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uEye FA series

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IDS Imaging Development Systems Inc.
92 Montvale Ave.
Suite 2800
Stoneham, MA 02180
United States

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Phone: +1 781-787-0048

uEye FA series
  • Type: CMOS
  • Max. Resolution: 12.29MP
  • Sensor Width (pixels): 4096
  • Sensor Height (pixels): 3000
  • Interface: GigE
  • Color/Mono.: Both
  • Applications: Biomedical/Medical, Communications, Industrial, Information Processing, Scientific Research

Camera housings, lens tubes, and connectors (8-pin M12 connector with X-coding and 8-pin Binder connector) meet the requirements of protection class IP65/67. This means they can withstand harshest industrial environments. Camera-internal functions such as pixel pre-processing, LUT or Gamma reduce the required computing power. Can be operated either with 12-24 V or via Power-over-Ethernet (PoE).
uEye FA series
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