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Six construction variants and numerous CMOS sensors in the CP and LE camera series can be chosen for IDS Imaging Development Systems GmbH’s uEye+ product line of USB3 cameras.

Suitable for space-critical applications, the devices’ distinctive, compact magnesium housing features dimensions of 29 × 29 × 29 mm and a weight of 50 g. Users can choose from global and rolling shutter sensors from 0.5 to 20 MP. The Sony global shutter sensors IMX273 (1.6 MP) and IMX265 (3.2 MP), as well as the rolling shutter sensors IMX290 (2.1 MP) and IMX178 (6.4 MP) are initially available. Applications include compact equipment manufacturing and for integration into embedded vision systems.
Oct 2022
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