Dual NanEye mini camera video and motion logger is designed to receive signal from two subminiature CMOS image camera cubes with embedded lens, over up to 1 m flexible cable. Received data is preprocessed, joined with accelerometric data and stored on a micro SD card for later transfer to a host PC. The device is equipped with a micro USB 2.0 interface for a convenient configuration and battery charging. The device is powered from a micro-USB socket or by one Li-Poly cell integrated into the system for portability. Battery life may be further extended using commercial of-the-shelf USB power banks.
The camera controls external infrared LED light sources automatically, adjusting illumination strength and frame exposure.
A high-quality video output is based on a true 10-bit per pixel video processing.
The PC software offers a wide variety of flexibly adjustable capture scenarios well-matched for various scientific research or surveillance tasks.
The system is capable of registering not only video from two independent camera heads at once, but also movement – based on an integrated accelerometer module.
NanEye is a tiny camera module which consists of a CMOS image sensor. This sensor can be assembled with a special lens, fits in a diameter of only 1.5mm, works fully autonomous and can drive up to 2m cable without any external components at the distal end.
The camera optic covers a field of 1mm x 1mm with 62.5 KPixel (250 x 250 Pixel) at a 3um pitch and provides clear and sharp images.
For an excellent image quality, the camera controls the lighting. On the sensor edges, there are four LED lights installed; the luminous intensity of each LED light is independently controlled.
To reduce the heating of this small electronic, the frame rate can be dropped down.
The power supply of the electronic is about 5V from USB host. Pictures, set ups and software updates are transferred via USB 2.0 to the host, where two independent working cameras can be connected.
For the communication with peripheral equipment, the camera is equipped with a RS232 output.
AC62KUSB camera is compatible with LabVIEW from National Instruments. There are drivers and communication libraries
available for following operating systems: Ms Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10. Linux distributions: Raspbian & Ubuntu. Further on request.
The grayscale & color digital area micro-camera is a flexible tool for motion image capture for industry, surveillance, security, and science applications requiring a motion video stream or still picture capture in a high quality color.
The camera design is both extremely compact and very flexible. There are interchangeable capture, processing, and interface modules which allowthe camera to be adapted to meet various customer demands. The camera may deliver video stream via Camera Link or TLK1501 (G-Link) interface depending on the requirements and system design. Several image processing and transformation options may be done in the camera with the powerful build-in FPGA chip.
With its highly adjustable shutter, flexible trigger control options, adjustable resolution and frame rate, the same unit may be used for different purposes.
A standard C/CS-lens mount, the ability to control zoom and focus in motorized lenses, an electronic lens aperture control, plus a selection of industry standard output interfaces makes the camera very easy to integrate in miscellaneous image processing environments.
It’s available in grayscale (AG0M4M30CL) and color (AC0M4M30CL) version.
The color digital area camera is a flexible tool for motion image capture for industry, surveillance, security and science applications requiring a motion video stream or still picture capture in a high quality color.
The camera designis is both extremely compact and very flexible. There are interchangeable capture, processing and interface modules, which allow the camera to be adapted to meet various customer demands. The camera may deliver video stream via multiple SDI interfaces depending on the requirements and system design. Several image processing/transformation options may be done in the camera itself due to the powerful build-in FPGA chip.
With highly adjustable shutter, flexible trigger control options, adjustable resolution and frame rate, the same unit may be used for different purposes.
The electronic camera can be installed in different housings and with different lenses. It is very easy to integrate in miscellaneous image processing environments.
The camera fulfills requirements of customers demanding 10 or 12-bit depth in motion or still picture over SDI, up to 24 Gbs.
The camera fulfills requirements of customers demanding 10 or 12bit depth in the motion or still picture over SDI, up to 24Gbs.