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|USB3 Vision - xiC, xiQ||USB 3.0 scientific CCD||Subminiature USB 5 Mpix|
|PCI Express camera||X-RAY camera||CURRERA smart camera|
|4Mpix CCD||11 Mpix CCD||16 Mpix CCD|
|Software Packages||APIs||Vision Libraries|
Next in succession for integration with USB 3.1 Gen 1 interface is Sony CMOS with Pregius technology and 5 Mpix - IMX250
Second in line for implementation into USB 3.1 Gen 1 family is Sony CMOS sensor with Pregius technology and 3.1 Mpix - IMX252
New Sony CMOS sensors with Pregius technology used in XIMEA cameras with USB 3.1 Gen 1 interface. First is 2.3 Mpix - IMX174
XIMEA cameras now work on Intel Joule embedded platform, check HERE for details.
First engineering samples of KAI-29050 with USB 3.0 and Cooling are assembled.
New Hyperspectral Linescan sensor is integrated into the HSI line of cameras.
NVIDIA Jetson TX1 embedded system module is supported.
Second model of Thunderbolt enabled camera with 2.3 Mpix Sony IMX174 sensor is certified and available.
Thunderbolt enabled industrial camera with 20 Mpix is officially certified and available.
Newly released viewer tool for XIMEA cameras - CamTool.
Thunderbolt enabled camera model sent for certification procedure to Intel and Apple.
New Sony CMOS sensors are added to the road-map of Thunderbolt enabled cameras: IMX252, IMX250, IMX255, IMX253
Work on Type C connector USB 3.0 cameras has begun.
PCI Express model with 20 Gbit/s and CMOSIS CMV12000 available. Part number CB120xG-CM means 12 Mpix at 130 frames per second.
USB 3.0 cameras from XIMEA are inter-operable with CEI cables.
XIMEA receives Vision System Design award for smallest Hyperspectral (HSI) cameras based on USB 3.0
Smart camera models are DISCONTINUED.
World's first functional Thunderbolt technology enabled industrial camera created.
Highest resolution model from the family of high grade CCD cameras with USB 3.0 interfaces is planned - 12 Mpix Sony ICX834.
Fastest model in the line of USB 3.0 cameras with CCD sensor is completed and warmly welcomed by the microscopy and Astronomy community - 2.8 Mpix Sony ICX674.
Next sensor in line of CCD scientific cameras with USB 3.0 interface is added - 6.2 Mpix Sony ICX694.
CCD scientific cameras with USB 3.0 interface are being finished. First model is 9.1 Mpix Sony ICX814.
CMOS cameras with USB3 interface comply with USB3 Vision Standard after the plugfest.
PCI Express cameras with 20 Mpix resolution with CMOSIS CMV20000 is added to the portfolio.
CCD camera models with USB 3.0 interface are added as a new line.
MQ013MG-ON and MQ013CG-ON now added to the USB 3.0 line.
Support for library nVision Impuls Imaging released.
MQ003MG-CM and MQ003CG-CM now can reach 500 fps (frames per second).
USB 3.0 models MQ013CG-E2, MQ013MG-E2 and MQ013RG-E2 comply with USB3 Vision Standard.
Feature added - Feature allows to control sequential acquisition of images by trigger.
Feature added - Feature allows to set number of images acquired after one trigger.
Camera Supports Setting of User ID.
Feature added - Exposure defined by trigger pulse length.
Near Infrared (NIR) versions of sensors added - MQ022RG-CM and MQ042RG-CM.
Feature added - Feature allows to control timing of frames using internal timing generator independently on exposure time
High Dynamic Range (HDR) is implemented.
Released USB3 (xiQ) support for Mac OS X.
Feature added - Feature allows to control timing of frames using internal timing generator independently from exposure time.
Added Norpix StreamPix support for all XIMEA cameras.
Released XIMEA Live Support for Windows 7, Windows 8
Released possibility to control Bandwidth limit on xiQ.
Released USB3 (xiQ) support for Linux.
USB 2.0 backward compatibility of USB 3.0 cameras is implemented - xiQ cameras work in USB 2.0 ports.
Released xiCOP Software management tool.
Started service XIMEA Live Support.
We released support for color sensors on CURRERA Linux.
We created and released xiAPI.NET for your new projects based on Visual C# .NET.
We created and released xiAPI for your new projects in C, C++.
We created and released integration for Libdmtx library.