Industrial cameras with GigE interface and PoE capability
IDS Imaging Development's UI-5360CP and UI-5370CP industrial cameras have a GigE interface and Power-over-Ethernet as well as a resolution of up to 2048 x 2048 pixels with strong light sensitivity and rapid frame rates.
IDS Imaging Development's UI-5360CP and UI-5370CP industrial cameras have a GigE interface and Power-over-Ethernet capability. Both the new UI-5360CP and UI-5370CP models feature Revision 3 CMV2000 and CMV4000 CMOS sensors from CMOSIS, and have resolution of up to 2048 x 2048 pixels with strong light sensitivity and rapid frame rates.
The UI-5360CP is equipped with a 2.2-megapixel sensor and can capture up to 36 frames per second, while the UI-5370CP has a 4.2 megapixel sensor and 19 frames per second (FPS). Both cameras also have 60MB of on-board memory for the temporary picture storage
The Revision 3 CMOSIS sensors also function with up to eight Areas-of-Interest (AOI) that allow simultaneous inspection of different features at high speeds. The line scan mode enables frame rates of up to 8000 fps to be achieved.
Both cameras are available in monochrome or color options, as well as in a version with an NIR sensor and double sensitivity in the near infrared range.
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