10 Megapixel USB Board-Level Camera with Low-Profile Design

Millions of pixels in minimum space!

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IDS Imaging Development Systems GmbH is pleased to announce a new
10 megapixel version of its uEye LE board-level cameras. The compact low-profile design sets new standards in packing high resolution into minimum space. Tailored to the needs of OEMs and system integrators, the smallest version of this USB camera line is only 7 mm high and provides a digital input, a digital output, two programmable GPIOs, and an I2C interface on a 36 x 36 mm chip.

The UI-1490LE line is designed around the new 10.6 Megapixel CMOS color sensor with DigitalClarity technology from Aptina. The ½" sensor provides four times the resolution of HDTV at 3 frames/sec. In AOI and binning modes, the camera delivers frame rates up to several 100 frames/sec. The sensor offers very low energy consumption and many built-in features, such as scaling and mirroring. A monochrome model is in development and scheduled for release in March.
The board-level cameras are available in two versions. The version without lens holder fits all camera components, including the USB 2.0 port, into a space of 36 x 36 x 7 mm. The model with S-mount lens connection additionally allows easy use of very small optics.
The space-saving design makes the uEye LE board-level cameras ideal for integration into machinery and equipment. The cameras ship with an extensive software development kit packed with demo programs, source code and many drivers and interfaces to allow quick and easy integration.
The UI-1490LE models with color sensor will be available from the end of February and are supported from uEye software package version 3.51 onwards.
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