IP67 GigE cameras

The GigE uEye RE camera series by IDS Imaging meets protection classes IP65 and IP67 and features an M12 circular connector and optically decoupled digital I/Os.

12/28/2012


The GigE uEye RE camera series by IDS Imaging meets protection classes IP65 and IP67 and features an M12 circular connector and optically decoupled digital I/Os. Courtesy: IDSIDS Imaging Development Systems' GigE uEye RE camera series offers Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) functionality to allow both power and data to be transferred by one cable, resulting in greater flexibility when integrated in machine vision systems.

The GigE uEye RE with PoE is perfectly suited for harsh industrial environments with features such as a lockable, dust-tight, spray- and water-resistant M12 circular connector that conforms to IP67, and optically decoupled digital I/Os, as well as two general Purpose I/Os. The camera also offers M5 mounting holes on all sides for flexible positioning, along with an I2C bus for triggering peripheral devices. In combination with protective lens tubes, the camera meets protection classes IP65 and IP67. The GigE uEye RE with PoE offers Plug and Play as well as easy software integration thanks to its comprehensive SDK. A 60 MB in-camera memory can be used to store images which can be transferred at a later time. This feature allows for pre- and post-trigger image capture, making the GigE uEye RE useful for traffic applications.

IDS

www.ids-imaging.com 



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