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COMPACT CAMERAS FOR EMBEDDED INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS

20-04-2017
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Available now from Scitech, Ximea xiMU compact industrial cameras offer 5Mpixel resolution and weigh only 3.4g.  Suitable for use on Windows, Linux, Mac OSX and ARM platforms, these tiny industrial cameras are ideal for integration into tight spaces.

Featuring low power consumption and flat ribbon flex cables, Ximea xiMU cameras are ideal for embedded vision systems in applications from robotics to microscopy, and kiosks to medical equipment.

Scitech offers the Ximea xiMU in both colour and monochrome versions, both measuring just 15 x 15 x 8mm. Board-level versions are even smaller at 13 x 13 x 3mm.

The cameras are based on the popular Aptina MT9P031 sensor and support GenTL/GenICam. They are well suited to synchronised multi-camera applications and to use in portable systems.

Scitech
03 9480 4999
www.scitech.com.au

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