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Gigabit Multimedia Serial Link Camera

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ST. LOUIS, Mo., Aug. 27, 2018 — Gigabit Multimedia Serial Link CameraThe NileCAM30 full-HD gigabit multimedia serial link (GMSL) camera from e-con Systems Inc. is based on the 1/3-in. AR0330, a 3.4-MP CMOS image sensor from ON Semiconductor.

NileCAM30 can stream uncompressed full HD video at 45 fps. For evaluation via USB, the NileCAM30_USB is available. For the NVIDIA Jetson TX1/TX2, the NileCAM30_TX2 is available.

The NileCAM30 is ideal for customer applications where extremely long distance cables are required to connect with the host processor, such as autonomous vehicles, inspection cameras, street lighting cameras, robotics, and more.
Aug 2018

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