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Panasonic Releases GP-KH232 Camera for Machine Vision Applications

Panasonic has launched a new GP-KH232 HD Remote Head Camera System featuring a 1/3 inch CMOS sensor offering a high performance resolution of 1080p/60p from a HDMI output with multi-formatting video output abilities. This single chip camera has been developed exclusively for various challenging applications including machine vision.

Jim Roselius from Panasonic System Networks Company has stated that the applications of vision systems are re-created by these high resolution sensors. The new camera system offers enhanced system adaptability to cope with the emerging demands of the industries in contrast to the conventional standard definition three chip cameras with high resolution. Its other features include 900 TV lines of resolution with 54dB S/N ratio, compact and light weight design etc.

The supplementary CCU and four meter cable facilitate digital communication between the devices thereby assuring overall quality.

And to ensure end-to-end quality that is degradation free, the accompanying CCU and four meter cable support digital transmission between the devices. In addition to its multi-format video output capability, the system is designed with a flexible HD interface that includes RGB/YPbPr as well as the HDMI. The camera head measures 28 x 27 x 31.5 mm and the CCU shares an equally small footprint at 120 x 36 x 157 mm..

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