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Sony IMX sensor cameras: IMX 540, IMX541 & IMX542

The Sony sensors are equipped with the Pregius S technology, featuring a back-illuminated pixel structure. The CMOS image sensors are known for their high light sensitivity, low noise and excellent image quality. As a result, these industrial camera sensors excel in delivering undistorted images at high speeds.

 

 

IMX540

IMX541

IMX542

Interface

USB3 + 10GigE

USB3 + 10GigE

USB3 + 10GigE

Resolution

16MP (5330 x 3032)

20MP (4504x4504)

24MP (5328x4608)

Pixel size

2.74 µm

2.74 µm

2.74 µm

Sensor size

1.1”

1.1”

1.2”

Frame rate

USB3: 24fps

10GigE: 52fps

USB3: 19fps

10GigE: 42fps

USB3: 16fps

10GigE: 35fps

Effortless integration

With the specifications listed above, the Sony IMX sensors offer exceptional performance for a wide range of applications such as industrial automation and medical imaging. Easy integration with your vision system is guaranteed, thanks to the compatible C-mount interface and small dimensions. The cameras are GenICam compatible and work with a variety of 3rd party software, including Halcon, LabVIEW, OpenCV and Arm Boards software.

Back-illuminated pixel structure

The "back-illuminated pixel structure" in the new Pregius S sensors means that the parts of the sensor that detect light are placed near the top layer of the chip. This setup lets more light reach these light-detecting parts because there's less stuff in the way, like metal wires and circuits. Because of this, the sensor does a better job of capturing images, especially in dim light, leading to clearer and higher-quality pictures.

 

Are you wondering if one of these machine vision cameras would be the best fit for your vision application? Send a short description of your vision project and the team would be happy to help you select the right camera setup.