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Photonics Spectra
Jan 2005
IDS.jpgThe uEye USB 2.0 camera for machine vision and medical applications is the subject of a four-page brochure from Imaging Development Systems (IDS). The document notes that the device provides a means to go digital without additional frame grabber hardware. Among the features described are common settings, video images in real time, nondestructive overlay in live images, digital input and output, Microsoft DirectDraw support, and the SDK software development kit for controlling the camera’s parameters. The uEye family is equipped with a standard USB 2.0 (mini B) and an industrial DSUB connector, which can be fixed with screws.

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