CMOS cameras from Matrix Vision come in a range of resolutions

Matrix Vision's mvBlueFOX-MLC, based on the single-board camera mvBlueFOX-IGC, is now available in two models with different backplanes.

Matrix Vision mvBlueFOX-MLC cameras
Matrix Vision mvBlueFOX-MLC cameras

mvBlueFOX-MLC, based on the single-board camera mvBlueFOX-IGC, is now available in two models with different backplanes. One camera features one Mini-USB interface, the second a further circular connector for the digital inputs and outputs. For both connectors, cables with varying lengths are provided, including bended and lockable versions, and versions suitable for drag chains. Hardware features are the same as the IGC: CMOS sensors from Wide VGA up to 5 Mpixels with global or rolling shutter; C- and CS-mount lens holders; and 1/1 opto-isolated digital inputs. The cameras offer an automatic gain control (AGC), automatic exposure control (AEC) and in some cases high dynamic range (HDR) or high sensitivity mode for low-light environments.
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mvBlueFOX-IGC – MLC inside! Single-board USB 2.0 camera now also with housing

Named mvBlueFOX-IGC (IGC stands for “Industrial Grade Compact”), the successful single-board camera family mvBlueFOX-MLC is now available with a housing. Two models are offered with two different back planes: The first model features one Mini-USB interface, the second one a further circular connector for the digital inputs and outputs. For both connectors, MATRIX VISION provides a multitude of different cables with different lengths including bent and lockable versions, and versions suitable for drag chains.

The hardware features are the same in the MLC and the IGC: there are CMOS sensors from WideVGA up to 5 megapixels with Global Shutter or Rolling Shutter and both high-quality C- and CS-mount lens holders are available. For the industrial integration, there exists 1/1 opto-isolated digital inputs. The cameras offer an automatic gain control (AGC), an automatic exposure control (AEC) and in some cases high dynamic range (HDR) or high sensitivity mode for low-light environments.

Aside from Linux and Windows drivers, the camera also completely supports DirectShow, NeuroCheck, Halcon, and LabView as well as further third-party software products and of course the MATRIX VISION image processing library mvIMPACT.

SOURCE: Matrix Vision

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