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USB 3.0 Area scan camera IDS Imaging UI-3370CP-M/C
IDS Imaging UI-3370CP-M/C
USB 3.0 Camera
CMOSIS CMV4000 Sensor
2048x2048 Resolution
Area Scan Camera

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The UI-3370CP USB3 industrial camera is equipped a highly sensitive CMOSIS sensor. The CMOSIS sensor features a pixel architecture the produces high frames and reduces fixed pattern noise. Pipelining enables continued exposure during read-out providing high read-out speeds effectively reducing motion blur.

The UI-3370CP is ideally suited for industrial applications where high speed and outstanding image quality are required, and in harsh environments, such as Machine Vision, Motion Control, Traffic Surveillance, Microscopy, Barcode and OCR recognition, High-speed Inspection, Bottle and Web Inspection, Surveillance Systems, Automotive Applications.

IDS USB 3.0 Camera uEye CP Camera Family Features

    • VGA to 18MP Sony/ON Semi/e2V/CMOSIS CMOS sensors
    • 1/3.6" to 1" sensor format
    • USB 3.0, 420 MB/s data transfer
    • 128MB image memory for multi-camera flexibility

UI-3370CP-M/C Features

  • CMOSIS sensor
  • Super high speed
  • Reduced motion blur
  • Low noise imager
Manufacturer: IDS Model: UI-3370CP-M/C Total Pixels: 4,194,304
Resolution: 2,048 (h) 2,048 (v) Sensor Size(inch): 1 Color/B & W: Color / Monochrome
Frame Rate(fps): 90 Sensor Type: CMOS Sensor Device: CMOSIS CMV4000
Pixel Size(µm): 5.5(h) 5.5(v) A/D Bits: 12 Shutter Speed(µs): call
Interface: USB 3.0 Voltage(VDC): 5V Power(watts): call
Lens Mount: C Shutter Type: Global Weight(grams): 44
S/N Ratio(dB): call External Trigger: Yes Dimensions(mm): 29Lx29Wx29H

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The USB 3.0 specification for "SuperSpeed USB" was presented in November 2008 and introduced as an improved, faster USB interface. New protocol and hardware features eliminate some of the limitations imposed by USB 2.0.

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