|Active pixels H x V||2048 x 1088|
|Resolution (MP)||2.2 MP|
|Optical format||12.7 mm (2/3”)|
|Active pixels (H x V)||5.5 μm|
|Frame rate (FPS)||331 FPS|
|Dynamic Range 10bit/12bit||60 dB|
T-REX EVO is a highly customizable and userprogrammable FPGA-based high-speed smart camera which features a high-end FPGA camera with a Xilinx Zynq FPGA and a highspeed imaging sensor and a Gigabit Ethernet. It includes ARM System-on-Chip (SoC) technology combined with a turbocharged industrial CMOSIS imaging sensor.
With high-performance FPGA System-on-Chip (SoC) technology, the T-REX EVO camera family opens new dimensions in computer vision. It is a global shutter industrial camera with incredible frame rates and an open FPGA architecture. With FPGA processing power the image processing algorithms can run in real time on the camera: just add your imagination.
T-REX EVO incorporates a fully customizable and user-programmable open-reference design for its high-speed FPGA-based camera and application development system. Its emphasis is on an open hardware/software development model, high-frame rates, real-time image processing on FPGA and modern graphical user-interface support.
A suite of intermediate, versatile Xilinx Zynq 7020 FPGAs is used to develop algorithms and process data in real-time. Images are acquired by a CMOSIS sensor, CMV2000 (2048x1088 pixels, 2/3’’ size) or CMV4000 (2048x2048 pixels, 1’’ size). The sensor outputs 760 million pixels per second resulting in 331 FPS (CMV2000) and 176 FPS (CMV4000) at full frame. The onboard 512MB LPDDR2 memory with 3.2GB/s of bandwidth enables usage of complex buffered image processing.
The reference design can be easily edited with standard Xilinx Vivado tools. OptoMotive´s custom IP cores seamlessly integrate inside the Xilinx Vivado toolchain. A large portion of FPGA (PL) is free for the programming and development of new algorithms or the implementation of additional IP cores. The 700MHz Dual Core ARM Cortex A9 Programmable Subsystem runs Linux OS with a custom-made EVO control and streaming stack. User applications or custom data postprocessing can easily be added to the existing design.
|ADC Resolution||10 bit|
|Analogue Gain||1 - 3.2x|
|Region of Interest||YES, with 8 pixel increments|
|Shutter Type||Electronic global shutter|
|Shutter Time||2.4 us – 90 s|
|Pixel Clock Speed||760 MHz (8 pixels @ 95 MHz)|
|Exposure||Linear, 3 slope high dynamic range|
|Pixel Correction||Dead pixel correction and programmable LUT|
|Trigger Modes||Free running, trigger, overlap, pulse width|
|Trigger Features||Delay 0 – 1000 ms, LP Filter 1.5Hz - 100 kHz|
|Shutter Resolution||21 ns|
|Free FPGA %||Up to 50%, most of the 220 slices of DSP are free.|
|Volatile Memory||512MB LPDDR2|
|Non-volatile Memory||32MB QSPI flash, optional eMMC|
|Lens Mount||C-mount (1” 32G thread)|
|Temp Range||0 - 50°C|
|Mass||50 g OEM / 290 g with housing|
|Protection||Up to IP67 with housing|
|Housing Material||CNC-machined aluminum, anodized in a special OptoMotive blue color|
|Fixing Holes||4x M3 OEM / 5 x M6 on housing|
|Input Voltage||Power over Ethernet 42-57V or 5V (OEM)|
|Consumption||up to 11W|
|IO Isolation||No, but camera has 1.5kV PoE isolation|
|Connectors||RJ45, 4 pin LEMO EXG 00 304|
|On-board Image Processing||As an option (if an IP Core is integrated)|
|Open Reference Design||Yes|
|Software||Compatible with OptoMotive EVO software (full source included)|
|Operating System||Windows 7, Windows 10, 64bit or 32bit|
|Development Tools||Xilinx Vivado/SDK 2017.2 Microsoft Visual Studio 2017|