Videology 5MP Monochrome Network Board Camera

BH #VI24B505USB3 • MFR #24B5.05USB3
Videology
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$368.50
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Videology 24B5.05USB3 Overview

The 5MP Monochrome Network Board Camera from Videology utilizes a 5MP 1/2.5" progressive scan CMOS sensor to capture images at a resolution up to 2592 x 1944 at 14.5 fps and connects via USB 3.0 interface. It features a compact double board design (32mm x 32mm) and is DirectX-, DirectShow-, and UVC-compliant. The FPGA code produced by Videology is used for adding unique commands.

USB 3.0 and BT.1120 simultaneous output
5MP square pixel sensor (near-IR sensitive)
Configurable IOs
DirectX, DirectShow, and UVC
Compatible with Windows 7,8, 10, and Linux
Complete SDK available
Software controllable features and functions via I2C (optional)

Videology 24B5.05USB3 Specs

Electrical
Output FormatUSB 3.0 / BT.1120
Supported Resolution640 x 480 VGA at 120 fps
720p at 60 fps
1080p at 30 fps
2592 x 1944 at 14.5 fps
Image Sensor1/2.5" CMOS
Scan ModeProgressive scan
Active Pixels2.2μm x 2.2μm
Sensitivity0.5 lux
Signal to Noise Ratio>38 dB
Dynamic Range70.1 dB
Gain ControlAutomatic (default) / manual
ShutterRolling shutter (automatic or fixed)
ControlCamera control via USB, I2C option
Backlight CompensationSelectable (default off)
Flip / MirrorSelectable via software (H & V direction)
Supply Voltage5 V bus powered or external 5 V input ±10%
Power Consumption1.8 W
Environmental
Operating Temperature5 to 140°F (-15 to 60°C)
Operating Humidity20 to 93% RH
Storage Temperature-40 to 176°F (-40 to 80°C)
Storage HumidityUp to 94% RH
MTBF>150,000 hours
General
SoftwareViewer Software SFT-15010:
USB 3.0 interface (USB 3.0 port required)
UVC (USB video class)
DirectX/DirectShow
Compatible with Windows 7, 8, and 10
DimensionsWithout Lens Mount: 1.3 x 1.3 x 0.8" (32 x 32 x 20 mm)
Weight1.4 oz (40 g)
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