Camera from e-con Systems connects to NVIDIA Jetson TX1 embedded system developer kit

Jan. 30, 2017
Designed to connect directly to the NVIDIA Jetson TX1 embedded system developer kit, the e-CAM130_CUTX1 from e-con Systems is a four-lane MIPI CSI-2 camera board based on a CMOS image sensor from ON Semiconductor and an integrated Advanced Image Signal Processor(ISP) for the Jetson TX1.

Designed to connect directly to the NVIDIA Jetson TX1 embedded system developer kit, the e-CAM130_CUTX1 from e-con Systems is a four-lane MIPI CSI-2 camera board based on a CMOS image sensor from ON Semiconductor and an integrated Advanced Image Signal Processor(ISP) for the Jetson TX1. The sensor is the 13 MPixel AR1820 CMOS sensor, which features a 1.25 µm pixel size and achieves a speed of 20 fps in full resolution, or full 1080p HD at 72 fps. The CAM130_CUTX1 was designed for customers that want to leverage the 4-lane high-speed MIPI CSI-2 interface of Tegra X1 CPU. The camera driver is a standard V4L2 driver and any V4L2 compatible application can access this camera. Additionally, the camera features an S-Mount lens mount, 65.8 dB dynamic range, and camera control functions such as brightness, contrast, saturation, white balance, gamma, and gain.

To Learn More:

Contact:e-con Systems
Headquarters: Tamil Nadu, India
Product: e-CAM130_CUTX1
Key Features: Connects to NVIDIA Jetson TX1 embedded system developer kit, 13 MPixel AR1820 CMOS sensor, 4-lane MIPI CSI-2 interface to connect with the CPU, 20 fps at full resolution.

What e-con Systems says:
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