Mako G-125

Mako G-125

  • Ultra-compact design
  • Affordable
  • Power over Ethernet
  • 30.3 fps @ full resolution

Mako G-125

GigE camera with Sony ICX445 sensor; 30.3 frames per second

Mako G-125B/G-125C is a GigE machine vision camera that incorporates the high quality Type 1/3 (6.0 diagonal) Sony ICX445 CCD sensor with EXview HAD technology. At full resolution, this camera runs 30.3 frames per second. With a smaller region of interest, higher frame rates are possible. Mako G cameras have the same ultra-compact form factor and the same mounting positions as many analog cameras. All models include Power over Ethernet (PoE), three opto-isolated outputs, and a 64 MByte image buffer. The image quality profits from the precisely aligned sensor. By default monochrome models ship with no optical filter and color models ship with IRC Hoya C-5000 IR cut filter.

Feature

Specification

Mako G-125B

Mako G-125C

Resolution

1292 (H) x 964 (V) 1.2 MP

Sensor

Sony ICX445ALA with EXview HAD CCDTM technology

Sony ICX445AQA with EXview HAD CCDTM technology

Sensor type

Interline CCD, Progressive Scan

Shutter type

Global

Sensor size

Type 1/3
6.0 mm diagonal

Pixel size

3.75 μm x 3.75 μm

Lens mount

Standard: C-Mount Optional: See the Modular Concept

Optical filter

Standard: No optical filter Optional: See the Modular Concept

Standard: Hoya C-5000 IR cut filter Optional: See the Modular Concept

Maximum frame rate at full resolution

30.3 frames per second

Maximum image bit depth

12-bit

Image buffer

64 MB

StreamHoldCapacity

Up to 52 frames at full resolution

Monochrome formats

Mono8, Mono12Packed, Mono12

Mono8

Color formats (YUV)

n/a

YUV411Packed, YUV422Packed, YUV444Packed

Color formats (RGB)

n/a

RGB8Packed, BGR8Packed

RAW formats

n/a

BayerRG8, BayerRG12, BayerRG12Packed

Exposure time control

12 μs to 84 s; 1 μs increments

Gain control

0 to 30 dB; 1 dB increments

Binning

Horizontal: 1 to 8 columns Vertical: 1 to 14 rows

Decimation

n/a

Opto-isolated I/Os

1 input, 3 outputs

Voltage requirements

12 to 24 VDC; PoE

Power consumption

2.3W@12VDC;2.7WPoE

Trigger latency1

Idle state: 8.0 μs; Frame valid state: 25.0 μs

Trigger jitter1

Idle state: ±4.0 μs; Frame valid state: ±21.0 μs

Operating temperature

+5 °C to +45 °C housing temperature

Storage temperature

-10 °C to +70 °C ambient temperature (without condensation)

Operating humidity

20 to 80% non-condensing

Body dimensions (L x W x H)

60.5 x 29.2 x 29.2 mm

Mass (typical)

80g

Interface

IEEE 802.3 1000BASE-T (Gigabit Ethernet), IEEE 802.3af (PoE)

Interface standard

GigE Vision Standard V1.2

Camera control standard

GenICam SFNC V1.2.1

Regulations

CE, RoHS, REACH, WEEE, FCC, ICES

Temperature monitoring

Available for main board only. Resolution: 0.031; Accuracy: ± 1 °C

1 It is possible to start the exposure of next frame while previous frame is read out:

• Idle state: sensor is ready and camera is idle, waiting for the next trigger.

• Frame valid state: sensor is reading out and camera is busy. If next frame is requested by an external trigger in
this state, higher latency may occur as compared to the Idle state.

Image optimization features:

  • Auto gain (manual gain control: 0 to 30 dB; 1 dB increments)
  • Auto exposure (manual exposure control: 12 µs to 84 s; 1 µs increments)
  • Auto white balance (color models only)
  • Binning
  • Color correction, hue, saturation (color models only)
  • Gamma correction
  • Look-up table (LUT) (1)
  • Region of interest (ROI), separate ROI for auto features

Camera control features:

  • Event channel
  • Image chunk data
  • Storable user sets
  • StreamBytesPerSecond (easy bandwidth control)
  • Stream hold
  • Sync out modes: Trigger ready, input, exposing, readout, imaging, strobe, GPO
  • Temperature monitoring (main board only)

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