1.3 and 2 MPixel USB Color Cameras with Latest Generation of 1/3" CMOS Sensors

Enhanced Light Sensitivity!

Obersulm, (PresseBox) - With meanwhile well over 100 different variants, the uEye® camera range from IDS offers a vast variety—from cost-effective models with USB port and plastic housing to robust USB cameras with CCD or CMOS sensor and up to 5 MPixel resolution, and through to a high-end version with Gigabit Ethernet interface.

Two models have now been added to the series: The new color cameras with rolling shutter and USB 2.0 port are equipped with the newest generation of 1/3" CMOS sensors and boast a light sensitivity that almost equals that of comparable CCD sensor technology.

The UI-1640-C provides a 1.3 megapixel resolution (1280 x 1024) and the UI-1550-C a 2 megapixel resolution (1600 x 1200). Both models are available either with the standard metal housing with mini-B connector or as a uEye® RE version with sealed, screw-mounted connectors. Besides a trigger input and an output that are both opto-decoupled, they also feature a C-mount lens connector and, optionally, an internal memory.

All uEye® cameras are supplied with free software for the current Windows operating systems and Linux, including a software development kit (SDK) with demo programs for image acquisition and analysis, complete with source code. The software package further comprises a TWAIN driver, an ActiveX component and a DirectShow (WDM) interface for the users of standard software solutions. Interfaces for many other current machine vision programs are also available.

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