This designation number is assigned to a single part which is used in the making of a Cognex In-Sight 8000 camera.
The In-Sight 8000 models (8200, 8400, 8401, and 8402) are all running with the In-Sight 5.2.0 version firmware, while the In-Sight 5.1.1 version is given to the 8405 model. Each model is designed with 1,024 megabytes of memory, 512 MB of non-volatile, flash memory for running program and functions, and 512 MB of SDRAM for the complementary metal/oxide semiconductor (CMOS) imager. Most of the models are equipped with a 1/1.8 inch CMOS with a global shutter, and the 8405 model’s is 1.2.5 inch, with a rolling shutter.
A C Mount lens type is used across all five models, with a rapid reset, and full frame progressive scanning capabilities, and a bit depth of 256 grey levels at 8 bits per pixel. The frame rate is different across most of the models, with the 8200 and 8400 models at 217 frames per second, 8401 with 76 fps, and 8402 at 53 fps, and 8405 with just 10 fps. Each unit has a built in series of I/O ports. Just one Ethernet trigger input is available, and 4 general use outports, but the number can be increased by a purchasing an extension module.
48 DCV is required to power up these cameras, transferred by a Class 2 Power over Ethernet (PoE) device, with an additional maximum level of 6.49 watts. The physical dimensions of the cameras largely remain the same between designations, though the 8405 model is more compact than the rest.