Lumenera's 9.1 MPixel USB 3.0 camera achieves 19 fps
Lumenera Corporation’s Lt965R USB 3.0 camera is based on a Sony EXview HAD II ICX814 CCD image sensor. The 1" ICX814 sensor is available in both color and monochrome models and achieves 19 fps at full 3376 x 2704 resolution.
Lumenera Corporation's Lt965R USB 3.0 camera is based on a Sony EXview HAD II ICX814 CCD image sensor. The 1” ICX814 sensor is available in both color and monochrome models and achieves 19 fps at full 3376 x 2704 resolution. The camera includes 128 MB of onboard memory for frame buffering and features locking USB 3.0 cabling and digital interface, as well as a locking Hirose connector supporting external power input along with one optically isolated output, one optically isolated input, and two configurable I/O ports. In addition, the camera features region of interest mode, selectable 8 or 14-bit pixel data, selectable tap readout, and a software development kit. The Lt965R is available in scientific or industrial models, and is suitable for use in surveillance, traffic, ophthalmology, life sciences, machine vision, and near-infrared applications.
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Product: Lt965R USB 3.0 camera
Key Features: 1" 9.1 MPixel Sony EXview HAD II ICX814 CCD sensor, 19 fps frame rate, 128 MB onboard memory, USB 3.0 interface, SDK.
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