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VHX-5000 Adopted by more than 10,000 companies

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1/1.8-inch, CMOS image sensor
Virtual pixels: 1600 (H) x 1200 (V)
Scan method
Frame rate
50 frames/sec. (max.)
1600 (H) x 1200 (V) Approx. 1000 TV lines
1600 (H) x 1200 (V) Approx. 1200 TV lines(2 million pixels x 3CMOS mode, Excellent color reproducibility)
High resolution3
3200 (H) x 2400 (V) Approx. 1600 TV lines
Super high resolution3
4800 (H) x 3600 (V) Approx. 2000 TV lines or more
Super high resolution x 3CMOS2,3
4800 (H) x 3600 (V) Approx. 2000 TV lines or more(18 million pixels x 3CMOS mode, Excellent color reproducibility)
High Dynamic Range
16-bit resolution through RGB data from each pixel
Back-focus adjustment
Not required
LCD monitor5
Color LCD (IPS) 23"
Number of pixels
1920 (H) x 1080 (V) (FHD)
Display color
Approx. 16,770,000 colors4
300 cd/m2 (Center 1 Point, typical)
Contrast ratio
1000:1 (typical)
Viewing angle
  ±89° (typical, horizontal), ±89° (typical, vertical)
Hard disk
drive unit
Storage capacity
500 GB (including 165 GB reserved area)
Approx. 1680000 images (When a 2 million-pixel image is compressed) to approx. 55000 images (When a 2 million-pixel image is not compressed)
Image format
JPEG (With compression), TIFF (No compression)
Light source
High brightness LED
RJ-45 (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T)
USB 2.0 Series A
6 types
USB 3.0 Series A
  2 types

*1. Compared with the standard mode, resolution and color reproducibility are enhanced.
*2. Compared with the high-resolution HD mode, color reproducibility is enhanced.
*3. Supported only with the VHX-5100 multi-scan camera.
*4. Approximately 16.77 million colors can be reproduced due to the FRC processing of the display controller.
*5. The LCD monitor provided in this product is based on advanced technology.
Rarely, an unlit pixel (black spot) or lit pixel (bright spot) may exist on the monitor screen. However, this is not an indication of the LCD monitor being defective.

See the catalog for more detailed specifications on the main unit, lenses, and stands.
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