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Ethernet Camera

August 24, 2007
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The TM-2040GE is a Gigabit Ethernet camera that has two-megapixel UXGA resolution (1600 by 1200 pixels) and software-selectable operation, allowing operators to choose between dual tap mode at 34 frames per second (with automatic channel balancing), and single tap mode operating at 17 frames per second. Using a 1-inch Kodak progressive scan IT CCD sensor (KAI-2020), the camera produces 12-bit linear images, or 10- or 8-bit images that are modifiable by an operator-defined look-up table (LUT) for use in difficult lighting situations. The camera has JAI’s high-fidelity front-end circuitry and low noise power supply design to produce high sensitivity and a typical signal-to-noise ratio of greater than 58 decibels. Monochrome and Bayer CFA color models are equipped with standard GigE Vision Gigabit Ethernet digital interfaces.

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