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Drivers for USB 3.0 Cameras
Drivers for USB 3.0 Cameras

IDS Imaging Development System has introduced its latest driver suite -- Version 4.41 -- with expanded support for the company's portfolio of uEye USB 3.0 industrial cameras. Along with additional functions, the new driver provides optimized default runtime values for both the uEye LE and ML USB 3.0 camera series to provide even further improvements in performance and image quality.

The company currently offers over 20 different USB 3.0 high-speed camera models. Equipped with the latest CMOS sensors from Aptina, CMOSIS, e2v, and Sony, these powerful cameras provide excellent image quality, plus a range of advanced functions such as hot pixel correction, multi-exposure mode, HDR mode, and many other innovative features. Thanks to their 400Mpixel/second USB 3.0 interface, these cameras deliver frame rates up to 9,000fps (in AOI mode). With a range of highly compact and IP65/67 ruggedized housings, plus single board-level configurations to choose from, IDS uEye USB 3.0 cameras are the ideal imaging solution for OEMs developing scientific and industrial imaging systems.

Posted on September 30, 2014 - (751 views)
IDS Imaging Development Systems GmbH
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74182 Obersulm - Germany
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