Lumenera updates the Lt225 and Lt425 Camera Series

Lumenera Corporation, a leading manufacturer  and developer of high-performance digital cameras and custom imaging solutions  for industrial, scientific, surveillance and astronomy markets, announced that all  models of its Lt225 and Lt425 USB 3.0 camera series are now equipped with the  latest Revision 3 image sensor from CMOSIS. The CMOSIS Revision 3 Sensor upgrade provides  a number of performance improvements, including increased analog gain and  elimination of the ‘black sun effect’, while maintaining previous functionality  and features of Lumenera’s Lt225 and Lt425 camera families. This sensor upgrade  coincides with the latest release of Lumenera’s LuCam Software and Software  Development Kit (SDK), providing additional features such as user specified  frame rate control, subsampling, thresholding, High Dynamic Range (HDR) mode,  and an LED illumination correction.

In 2012 Lumenera was one of the first  manufactures to introduce USB 3.0 cameras based on the second revision of  CMOSIS sensors CMV2000 and CMV4000.  “Building  on the successful launch of those products, we are pleased to announce further  improvements to that product line  with the inclusion of the latest sensor technology from CMOSIS. Our  development team is continually working to maintain the highest level of  technical sophistication in our cameras”, stated Dany Longval, VP of Worldwide  Sales, Lumenera Corporation.

Lumenera’s  2 megapixel Lt225 and 4 megapixel Lt425 were designed for high-speed streaming  video and image capture using the latest USB 3.0 technology to ensure the  fastest image delivery even at their largest resolution. Image captures can be  synchronized using either a hardware or software trigger, and are complemented  by 128 MB of onboard memory for reliable delivery of images.  Achieve up to 170 fps at full resolution with  Lt225 and 90 fps with the Lt425. The cameras are available in color, monochrome  and NIR versions. In addition, these Lumenera USB 3.0 cameras offer compact (40  x 40 x 60 mm) design for integration into such applications as traffic monitoring, automatic license plate recognition, inspection and motion control, astronomy, and life  science applications such as digital pathology and slide scanning.