Allied Vision Alvium Camera Series and Goldeye SWIR

January 23, 2020 Tiera Oliver

Allied Vision’s Alvium Camera Series is a camera platform that had been created using ALVIUM Technology, a proprietary System-on-chip (SoC) that completes on-board image processing through a comprehensive image processing library (IPL). ALVIUM Technology also provides intelligent power management, as power is used only for the image processing features enabled, and simplifies application development with camera control via Video4Linux, GStreamer, Direct Register Access or GenICam.  Alvium supports various embedded system-on-modules (SoMs) such as NVIDIA’s Jetson TX2 and NXP’s i.MX6/8. In the future, support will extend to the i.MX8, i.MX8M, NVIDIA’s Jetson AGX Xavier platforms and more. Alvium is available in three configurations: board level, open-housing and closed housing and is available with MIPI CSI-2 and USB3 Vision interfaces.

Alvium is split into two series: the 1500 Series and 1800 Series. Below offers a quick comparison between the two:

New Alvium Camera Models to be Released
Allied Vision will soon release three new Alvium USB3 models before Photonics West 2020: 1800 U-040, 1800 U-158 and 1800 U-501m NIR.  The 1800 U-040 utilizes Sony’s Pregius IMX287 sensor offering 0.4 Megapixels at 278 frames per second.  The 1800 U-158 uses another Pregius sensor, the IMX273, and provides 1.6 Megapixels at 149 frames per second.  The 1800 U-501m NIR is Alvium’s first near-infrared (NIR) camera model.  It delivers 5 Megapixels at 67 frames per second using ON Semiconductor’s AR0522 rolling shutter sensor.

Goldeye SWIR: Infrared Imaging for Advanced Applications
Goldeye SWIR cameras use InGaAs sensor technology that is sensitive in the short-wave infrared spectrum of 900 to 1,700 nm. Its compact, ruggedized housing of 55mm x 55mm x 78 mm and features: integrated thermo-electric sensor cooling, on-board image correction and comprehensive I/O control options, make the Goldeye an ideal camera for advanced imaging applications (laser beam profiling, thermal imaging, or hyperspectral imaging). Goldeye SWIR cameras offer three models available with either GigE or Camera Link interfaces: Goldeye G/CL-008 TEC1 (320 x 256 resolution, 344 frames per second), Goldeye G/CL-032 TEC1 (0.3 Megapixel resolution, 100 frames per second), and Goldeye G/CL-033 TEC1 (0.3 Megapixel resolution, 301 frames per second). The Goldeye G-033 model is also available without thermoelectric cooling.

Allied Vision will be exhibiting at SPIE Photonics West 2020 in San Francisco, California at the Moscone Center from February 4-6, 2020. Attendees can find and visit Allied Vision at booth #134 in the South Hall. In the booth, visitors can view all of Allied Vision’s camera solutions, including the Alvium Camera Series and Goldeye SWIR (Short-Wave Infrared).

For more information, please visit: https://www.alliedvision.com/en/digital-industrial-camera-solutions.html

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Tiera Oliver, edtorial intern for Embedded Computing Design, is responsible for web content edits as well as newsletter updates. She also assists in news content as far as constructing and editing stories. Before interning for ECD, Tiera had recently graduated from Northern Arizona University where she received her B.A. in journalism and political science and worked as a news reporter for the university's student led newspaper, The Lumberjack.

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