1. Description
  2. Specifications
  3. Smart features
  4. Applications

Low cost Gigabit Ethernet camera - 67 fps

The GC750 is an ultra-compact, economically priced, machine vision camera with Gigabit Ethernet interface (GigE Vision®). The GC750 runs 67 frames per second at 752x480 resolution over the GigE Vision-compliant Gigabit Ethernet interface.

  • 67 fps at 752 x 480
  • 1/3" CMOS sensor Aptina MT9V022 with 6.0 um square pixels
  • CS-mount
  • ultra-compact: 33 x 46 x 45 mm including connectors, w/o tripod and lens
  • Models:
    • GC750, 752 x 480, 67 fps, CMOS, mono
    • GC750C, 752 x 480, 67 fps, CMOS, color
Prosilica GC 750
Interface IEEE 802.3 1000baseT
Resolution 752 x 480
Sensor Micron/Aptina MT9V022
Sensor type CMOS Progressive
Sensor size Type 1/3
Cell size 6 µm
Lens mount CS
Max frame rate at full resolution 67 fps
A/D 10 bit
On-board FIFO 16 MB
Bit depth 8/10 bit
Mono modes Mono8, Mono10
Color modes YUV YUV411Packed, YUV422Packed, YUV444Packed
Color modes RGB RGB8Packed, BGR8Packed, RGBA8Packed, BGRA8Packed
Raw modes BayerBG8, BayerBG10
General purpose inputs/outputs (GPIOs)
TTL I/Os 1 input, 1 output
Opto-coupled I/Os 1 input, 1 output
RS-232 1
Operating conditions/Dimensions
Operating temperature 0°C ... +50°C
Power requirements (DC) 5-25 VDC*
Power consumption (12 V) 2.2 W
Mass 85 g
Body Dimensions
(L x W x H in mm)
45 x 46 x 33 including connectors, w/o tripod and lens
Regulations CE, FCC Class A, RoHS (2011/65/EU)

* 5–16 VDC for cameras with serial numbers from 02-XXXXX-06000 to 02-XXXXX-07999

Download Prosilica GC750 technical drawing (click here)

The GC750 features include:

  • Auto Exposure
  • Auto Gain
  • Auto White balance
  • Flexible Binning
  • Region of Interest readout (AOI partial scan)
  • StreamBytesPerSecond (easy bandwidth control)
  • DSP subregion (selectable ROI for auto features)
  • Stream hold
  • Asynchronous external trigger and sync I/O
  • Global shutter (digital shutter)
  • Recorder and Multiframe Acquisition Modes

The CMOS sensor is suitable for applications where excellent near-IR sensitivity and resistance to blooming are required.  These include:

  • High-speed inspection
  • Machine vision
  • Optical character recognition
  • Traffic imaging
  • Robotics
  • OEM applications

Application Case Study:

  • Here Comes The Sun
    Science & Research: Solar power plant uses GigE cameras for mirror alignment.