Matrix Vision machine vision camera mvBlueFOX3-1100G

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mvBlueFOX3-1100G

Matrix Vision industrial machine vision camera, 10.7 MP, 3856×2764, 7.3 fps, Visible, USB 3.0, CMOS (rolling shutter), 1/2.3", 1.67×1.67 µm, Mono

User Benefits

  • 256 MB onboard image memory
  • Gray scale and color versions up to 10 megapixels
  • Hardware preprocessing on-board (FPGA) for reducing the CPU load of the host
  • flexible counter/timer features for process control
Manufacturer : Matrix Vision

Standard lead time [working days w/o shipment] : 15

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Product line BlueFOX3 USB3 Camera Series
Chromatics Mono
Spectrum Visible
Camera interface USB 3.0
Interface standards GenICam, USB3 Vision
Resolution 10.7 MP, 3856×2764
Frame Rate 7.3
Sensor technology CMOS (rolling shutter)
Sensor name Aptina MT9J003
Pixel size [µm] 1.67×1.67
Optical sensor format 1/2.3"
Image quality control functions Software exposure, Auto. exposure
API programming languages C, C++, C#
Lens mount CS
Packaging In enclosure
Operation systems Windows 10, Windows 8.x, 64 bit, 32 bit
Dimensions [mm] L×W×H: 24×39×39
Weight [g] 58.5
Warranty [years] 2
Temperature range 0 to 45°C operating, -20 to 60°C storage
Humidity range, non-condensed 30% to 80% operating, 20% to 90% storage
Technical certificates CE
Environmental certificates RoHS
Description

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MATRIX VISION introduces the Dual Gigabit Ethernet camera family mvBlueCOUGAR-XD - the smallest in its class. The large, powerful FPGA allows preprocessing steps inside the camera directly to reduce the CPU load of the host system. For the first time, it is possible to use a high-speed-buffer mode which writes images faster in the camera's memory as they are transferred.
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Datasheet mvBlueFOX3_technical_details_2015-09
User Manual mvBlueFOX3_technical_manual
Brochure mvBlueFOX_e_2016-04_MR
CAD data (after login) mvBlueFOX3

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