Alvium G1 board level cameras for increased flexibility
Allied Vision is introducing a new modular hardware option for its Alvium cameras, enhancing the Alvium Modular Concept.
This latest addition offers more flexibility for integrating an Alvium G1 camera with a GigE Vision interface into an image processing system. The new Alvium G1 Board Level (BL) cameras separate the sensor and interface physically and connect them with a flex cable, offering a variety of system setup possibilities.
Alvium Board Level cameras with GigE Vision interface
The Alvium G1 Board Level cameras cater to applications requiring different positions for the GigE and I/O connector compared to standard Alvium G1 cameras. By using flex cables of varying lengths (110mm and 200mm), these cameras can be positioned in systems with limited space. The board level option facilitates integration into custom housings. Alvium G1 BL cameras come with different lens mounts or without any mount. Both the sensor and interface sides provide various mounting options for easy system integration.
These cameras are supplied pre-mounted. The Board Level option is available for all current Alvium G1 models and can be combined with other modular options, like Alvium Frame cameras.
Alvium modular concept – flexible design for versatility
Allied Vision's Alvium platform is a flexible, modular system designed to adapt to the customer's requirements. Alvium cameras come with six different interfaces, catering to various needs. Along with a wide selection of high-quality image sensors, lens mounts, housing options, and a broad range of spectral sensitivities, the Alvium platform offers an extensive array of camera choices.
To cater to individual needs and ensure maximum flexibility, Allied Vision provides a wide range of additional modular options for Alvium cameras within the Alvium Modular concept:
- Alvium Flex for various connector options for USB3 and CSI-2
- Alvium Frame for precise optical design
- Filter options
- Removed Cover Glass (RCG)
- Active lens alignment for S-mount lenses