USB 3.0 area scan industrial camera, 0.3MP, 1/4" CMOS, can meet various visual application requirements, such as semiconductor and component inspection, manufacturing quality control, food & drink inspection, intelligent transportation system, microscope and medical imaging, etc.
- Support GenICam ™ and USB3 Vision® Standard
- Compact design, to save installation space
- Rugged industrial housing design
- Built-in temperature, power supply real-time monitoring sensor
- Provide professional SDK for GigE machine vision camera
||640x480 (0.3 Mega Pixel)
||4.8μm x 4.8μm
|Maximum Frame Rate
||8-bit or 10-bit
||I/O input (external trigger), I/O output, Opto-couplers Isolation
||Image Resolution, RGB gain, Exposure Time, Contrast, Gamma Chart, Image Rollover, Raw, LUT, Black Level Correction
||Support Windows XP/7/8/10
Support 32-bit and 64-bit operating system/Arm/Linux
USB 3.0 Industrial Camera Dimensions
Tips: What causes the frame drop of an industrial camera?
Generally, some Machine Vision engineers believe that the industrial camera with a USB interface causes the frame drop. Generally speaking, the frame drop of industrial cameras has nothing to do with the transmission interfaces adopted, no matter what is the USB, GigE, or CameraLink. Bad drivers or industrial camera hardware is the real reason for frame drop. The frame drop of a badly designed industrial camera is actually caused by the blockage of data channel. If it can’t be handled in time, the previous one may be forced to be discarded as the new picture comes, or the new picture is forced to be discarded. To solve this problem, the designer needs to make precise design for each link that connects the driver and the hardware data transmission of an industrial camera.