Low-light camera board for NVIDIA Jetson TX2 introduced by e-con Systems

April 23, 2018
Designed for use with the NVIDIA Jetson TX developer kit, the e-CAM21_CUTX2 camera board from e-con systems is designed for use in applications involving machine learning and deep learning technologies, according to the company.

Designed for use with the NVIDIA Jetson TX developer kit, the e-CAM21_CUTX2 camera board from e-con systems is designed for use in applications involving machine learning and deep learning technologies, according to the company. The board-level camera features the Sony STARVIS IMX290, which is a back-illuminated 2 MPixel CMOS image sensor that features a 2.9 µm pixel size and can reach 120 fps in 10-bit RGB mode. Additionally, the camera features a MIPI CSI-2 interface and with NVIDIA’s Jetson TX2 image signal processor, can perform auto functions such as auto white balance and auto exposure control.

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Contact:e-con Systems
Headquarters: Tamil Nadu, India
Product: CAM21_CUTX2 camera
Key Features: CSI-2 MIPI interface, 2 MPixel STARVIS CMOS image sensor from Sony, 120 fps at full resolution, interfaces to NVIDIA Jetson TX developer kit.

What e-con Systems says:
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