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ST. LOUIS, Aug. 21, 2020 — MIPI CameraThe e-CAM50_CUNX from e-con Systems Inc. is a 5-MP MIPI CSI-2 fixed-focus color camera for the NVIDIA® Jetson Xavier NX Developer Kit.

The e-CAM50_CUNX is based on the 1/ 2.5-in. AR0521, a 5-MP CMOS image sensor from ON Semiconductor with an on-board, high-performance image signal processor chip that performs all the auto functions in addition to processing functions. The device includes a S-Mount lens holder to support a wide range of lenses.

It can be used in high-performance artificial intelligence systems like autonomous mobile robots, smart medical diagnostic instruments, automated optical inspection systems, and smart city applications.
Aug 2020

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