New USB3.0 Camera from Lumenera with Latest CCD Sensor Technology

Low Noise and Ultra Sensitivity on 2.8 Megapixels at 50 Frames p. sec.

Lumenera Lt365
(PresseBox) ( Pullach, )
The new Lt365 from Lumenera is based on the novel Sony CCD sensor ICX674 with proven performance, outstanding image quality, low noise and high sensitivity. Featuring approx. 3 megapixel resolution, USB 3.0 interface and a high-speed global shutter, this highly anticipated camera will complement Lumenera’s Lt line of USB 3.0 cameras.

The high performance CCD sensor and the low noise electronics ensures clear and sharp images, rendering details with amazing accuracy. Superior responsiveness positions it as a great choice for Near-Infrared (NIR) imaging. This industrial-grade camera provides 2.8 megapixels at up to 50 fps or 60 fps at HD resolution and is therefore ideally suited for a variety of applications including traffic, tolling, high-speed inspection and machine vision. A scientific-grade variant is available for the most demanding life science applications such as digital pathology and ophthalmology. The Lt365 can be customized to suit OEM designs.

Product Features:
  • 2/3” Sony ICX674 CCD sensor , color and monochrome
  • 2.8 Megapixel (1940 x 1460), 4.54 x 4.54 μm pixels
  • 50 fps at 2.8 megapixel, 60 fps at full HD (1920 x 1080)
  • Industry leading Sony ExView HAD II sensor technology
  • SuperSpeed USB 3.0 interface for fastest image delivery
  • Compact, robust form factor measuring 40 x 40 x 60 mm with 16 mounting points
Available by mid-2013.
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