Lucid unveils Atlas Cameras featuring 5GBase-T PoE

Lucid Vision Labs has launched its Atlas 12.3 MP and 31.4 MP cameras over 5GBase-T PoE which it says can be used for ITS and traffic applications. Rod Barman, founder and president at Lucid, says: “The 5GBase-T Atlas camera hits the sweet spot of faster frame rates, small size and excellent price-performance.” According to Lucid, the 5GBase-T Ethernet interface offers similar bandwidth as CameraLink, allowing the use of standard CAT5e and CAT6 cables up to 100 metres. Atlas supports large format
8812 Lucid Vision Labs has launched its Atlas 12.3 MP and 31.4 MP cameras over 5GBase-T PoE which it says can be used for ITS and traffic applications.


Rod Barman, founder and president at Lucid, says: “The 5GBase-T Atlas camera hits the sweet spot of faster frame rates, small size and excellent price-performance.”

According to Lucid, the 5GBase-T Ethernet interface offers similar bandwidth as CameraLink, allowing the use of standard CAT5e and CAT6 cables up to 100 metres.

Atlas supports large format APS-C image sensors and is expected to operate over a wide ambient temperature of -20°C to 55°C, the company adds.  

The first models feature the colour and monochrome version of the 31.4 MP Sony IMX342 APS-C 4/3” global shutter CMOS sensor with a resolution of 6464 x 4852 px running at 17.9 fps. Also, the 12.3 MP Sony IMX253 1.1” C-mount comes with a resolution of 4096 x 3000 px running at 42 fps.

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