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Photonics Spectra
May 2011
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Imaging Development Systems GmbH now offers its GigE uEye CP industrial cameras with the new 1.3-megapixel global shutter 1/2-in. CMOS sensor from e2v Technologies. The UI-5240CP Power over Ethernet (PoE) industrial camera combines high light sensitivity, good color fidelity and a fast frame rate with the features of the Gigabit Ethernet interface and a design consistent with industry applications. These include a robust magnesium housing, screw-on connectors, and optically isolated digital inputs and outputs. With PoE, the camera is supplied with electricity via the data cable, rendering an additional power cable obsolete. The camera can still be supplied with a 12- to 24-V external power source. Measuring 29 x 29 x 41 mm, it provides plug-and-play convenience and is more powerful than USB models, according to the company.


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