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MUENSTER, Germany, Oct. 2, 2020 — Industrial USB3 CameraThe MU181 industrial USB3 Camera from Ximea GmbH provides 18 MP at >20 fps.

Part of the xiMU line of industrial USB3 cameras enhanced with the USB 3.1 Gen1 interface, the camera’s back side comes in two versions, one with USB Type-C connector and the other with a flexible flat ribbon cable, making it suitable for embedded systems or multi camera setups. All series cameras have a front side housing format of 15 × 15 mm and can be equipped with S- or C-mount lenses through an adapter.

With the ON Semiconductor AR1820HS color sensor, the cameras are ideal for portable or mobile applications in unmanned aerial vehicles or other types of drones.
Oct 2020

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