USB 3.0 camera from e-con Systems captures visible and infrared images
Touted by e-con Systems, Inc. as having an "RGB-IR" pixel format, the See3CAM_CU40 USB 3.0 camera captures both visible and infrared (IR) illuminated images simultaneously and targets such applications as machine vision, agricultural monitoring and surveillance.
Touted by e-con Systems, Inc. as having an “RGB-IR” pixel format, the See3CAM_CU40USB 3.0 camera captures both visible and infrared (IR) illuminated images simultaneously. The sensor’s 2 µm OmniBSI-2 pixel architecture enables low light imaging while a quarter of the sensors 4 MPixels are dedicated for infrared light, while the remaining 3 MPixels respond to the visible spectrum. The camera is based on the OV4682 4 MPixel CMOS image sensor from OmniVision Technologies and features an S-Mount (M12) lens holder, which allows customers to use lenses and optical filters such as IR cutoff, IR pass, or dual band filters, based on their application requirements. Additionally, the camera supports video streaming at 300 fps in 672 x 388 pixels, 90 fps in 720p high definition (HD) and 1080p HD in 40 fps. The See3CAM_CU40 is suitable for use in machine vision, agricultural monitoring, surveillance, and other imaging applications.
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Key Features: RGB-IR pixel format, 4 MPixel CMOS image sensor, 40 fps in full HD, S-Mount lens mount, UVC compliant, USB 3.0 interface.
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