Videology 5MP Monochrome Network Board Camera (M-12 Pinhole Mount)

BH #VI24B502USB3 • MFR #24B5.02USB3
Videology
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$368.50
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Videology 24B5.02USB3 Overview

The 5MP Monochrome Network Board Camera from Videology, with M-12 pinhole mount, features a compact double-board design (1.3 x 1.3") and accepts M-12 pinhole lenses. It 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.

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

Videology 24B5.02USB3 Specs

Output FormatUSB 3.0, BT.1120
Supported Resolution2592 x 1944: 14.5 fps
1080p: 30 fps
720p: 60 fps
640 x 480: 120 fps
Image Sensor1/2.5" CMOS
Lens Mount TypeM-12 pinhole
Scan ModeProgressive scan
Active Pixels2.2 x 2.2 μm
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
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 98% 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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