USB 3.1 Cameras Boast High Res Performance And Speed

The Imaging Source’s latest 6-Mpixel, single-board color and monochrome cameras feature Sony's extremely light-sensitive STARVIS IMX178 sensor and USB 3.1 (Gen. 1) reversible Type-C port connection.

 

The cameras provide a resolution of 6 Mpixels at a maximum speed of 60 fps. They sport a small form-factor, measuring 30 mm x 30 mm x 12 mm. USB 3 Vision compliance allows for easy integration in applications adhering to the standard.

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Additionally, the Imaging Source provides free software tools and SDKs for Windows and Linux platforms: IC Imaging Control SDK; the end-user software IC Capture for image acquisition; IC 3D for 3D stereo depth estimation; IC Measure for on-screen measurement; and IC Barcode, an SDK for 1- and 2D barcode detection. For more details, visit the color camera and monochrome camera pages as well as The Imaging Source LLC.

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