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Sumix Cameras

USB 2.0 Cameras

Sumix designs and manufactures digital megapixel CMOS cameras with USB 2.0 interface suitable for a wide range of application areas. The cameras are designed for capturing, streaming and storing high-quality digital still images and video streams.

  • Robust design - an aluminum housing with C and C/CS-mount interface
  • Compact size
  • High speed
  • No external power supply required
  • External trigger input/output
  • Easy to use

Comparison Chart

Camera model CMOS sensor type Optical
format
of sensor
Active pixels Pixel size,
μm
Shutter type fps* Color/
Mono
Bit depth Lens
mount
 
SMX-150M 1.3 Mpixel 2/3″ 1280 × 1024 6.7 × 6.7 Global & Rolling 27.5 Mono 8 or 10 bits C
Discontinued

Monochrome 1.3 megapixel (1280 × 1024) CMOS camera with USB 2.0 interface.

SMX-150M camera and its configurations (SMX-150M-E, SMX-150M-E-W, SMX-150M-W) have been discontinued.
Please contact us at for availability of SMX-150M and SMX-150M-W cameras (only for existing customers).

Discontinued

What's in the box:

  • Camera
  • Tripod adapter
  • USB A to USB mini-B cable
  • Trigger connector (optional)
  • Camera Application Software
  • API Library

Output Video and Camera Control

Maximum resolutions of output window:
1280 × 1024, full resolution mode, 640 × 512, decimated by 2 mode
Frame rate at resolution (40 MHz)*:
27.5 fps at 1280 × 1024, full resolution
45 fps at 1024 x 768
76 fps at 768 × 576
106 fps at 640 x 480
182 fps at 400 × 400
494 fps at 220 x 220
Output bits per pixel:
Selectable, 8 bits or 10 bits
Lookup table:
Downloadable for user selected 8 bits mode: converts 10 bits of imaging chip's ADC to 8 bits of output
Pixel rates:
3.33 MHz, 6.66 MHz, 8 MHz, 10 MHz, 12 MHz, 13.33 MHz, 16 MHz, 20 MHz, 24 MHz, 32 MHz, 40 MHz
Exposure range (at maximum resolution), ms:
min: 0.04 (at 40 MHz); max: 437.95 (at 3.33 MHz)
Pixel gain control:
Programmable hardware gain: 17 gain levels from 0 to 12.4
Output window modes:
View port (from 1280 × 1024 to 8 x 8 with 2 pixels/1 line step positioning)
Frame Decimation (1:1, 1:2)
Horizontal "mirroring"
Vertical "flipping"
Gamma, brightness and contrast control:
Programmable with lookup table

* Listed frame rate values at the defined resolutions are not the maximal possible. Increasing of frame rate can be done by reducing the current Exposure value (the lower Exposure the higher frame rate is), hiding the active video window, running the camera on a faster computer, etc.

Imaging Chip

Type:
Monochrome 1.3 megapixel CMOS sensor with an optical format of 2/3"
Manufactured by Cypress (FillFactory), see Datasheet in PDF-file.
Pixel size:
6.7 µm × 6.7 µm
Image array size:
8.6 mm × 6.9 mm
Shutter:
Rolling shutter
Triggered synchronous shutter with integration and readout separate in time (Global)
Scanning mode:
Progressive
ADC resolution:
10 bits
Sensitivity:
3.29 V/lux.s Visible band only (180 lux = 1 W/m2).
8.46 V/lux.s Visible + NIR (70 lux = 1 W/m2)
Dynamic Range:
Optical, 64 dB (1600:1) in single slope operation and 80…100 dB in multiple slope operation

Camera Electrical

Supply voltage:
5 V supplied by USB 2.0 interface
Supply current:
360 mA (at 5.0 V)
Maximum power consumption:
1.8 W

Camera Interface

Interface Type:
USB 2.0, 480 Mbps
Connector Type:
USB mini-B, 5 pin
SMX-M71M 1.3 Mpixel 1/2″ 1280 × 1024 5.2 × 5.2 Rolling 30 Mono 8 or 10 bits C
 

Monochrome 1.3 megapixel (1280 × 1024) CMOS camera with USB 2.0 interface.

Designed for industrial and medical applications

  • 1280 × 1024 active imaging pixels
  • Speed: 30 fps at 1280 × 1024 (48 MHz)
  • High sensitivity
  • External trigger output mode
  • Rolling shutter
  • Adjustable frame rate

US $795

Buy in Sumix Store

What's in the box:

  • Camera
  • Tripod adapter
  • USB A to USB mini-B cable
  • Trigger connector (optional)
  • Camera Application Software
  • API Library

Output Video and Camera Control

Maximum resolutions of output window:
1280 × 1024, full resolution mode
640 × 512, decimated by 2 mode
Frame rate at resolution (48 MHz)*:
30 fps at 1280 × 1024, full resolution
74 fps at 800 × 600
80 fps at 768 × 576
110 fps at 640 × 480
179 fps at 400 × 400
Output bits per pixel:
Selectable, 8 bits or 10 bits
Lookup table:
Downloadable for user selected 8 bits mode: converts 10 bits of imaging chip's ADC to 8 bits of output
Pixel rates:
6.66 MHz, 8 MHz, 10 MHz, 12 MHz, 13.33 MHz, 16 MHz, 20 MHz, 24 MHz, 32 MHz, 40 MHz, 48 MHz
Exposure range (at maximum resolution), ms:
min: 0.03 (at 48 MHz); max: 236.52 (at 6.66 MHz)
Pixel gain control:
Programmable hardware: 48 gain levels from 1 to 15
From 1 to 4 with increment 0.125;
from 4.25 to 8 with increment 0.25;
from 9 to 15 with increment 1
Output window modes:
View port (from 1280 × 1024 to 8 × 8 with 2 pixels/2 lines step positioning)
Frame Decimation (1:1, 1:2, 1:4, 1:8)
Horizontal "mirroring"
Vertical "flipping"
Gamma, brightness and contrast control:
Programmable with lookup table

* Listed frame rate values at the defined resolutions are not the maximal possible. Increasing of frame rate can be done by reducing the current Exposure value (the lower Exposure the higher frame rate is), hiding the active video window, running the camera on a faster computer, etc.

Imaging Chip

Type:
Monochrome 1.3 megapixel CMOS sensor with an optical format of 1/2 inch
manufactured by Micron Technology, Inc
Pixel size:
5.2 µm × 5.2 µm
Image array size:
8.4 mm diagonal
Shutter:
Rolling Shutter
Scanning mode:
Progressive
ADC resolution:
10 bits
Sensitivity:
2.1 V/lux-sec
Dynamic Range:
68.2dB

Camera Electrical

Supply voltage:
5 V supplied by USB 2.0 interface
Supply current:
456 mA (at 5.0 V)
Maximum power consumption:
2.28 W

Camera Interface

Interface Type:
USB 2.0, 480 Mbps
Connector Type:
USB mini-B, 5 pin
SMX-M72 2 Mpixel 1/2″ 1600 × 1200 4.2 × 4.2 Rolling 20 Color 8 or 10 bits C
 

Color 2 megapixel (1600 × 1200) CMOS camera with USB 2.0 interface.

Designed for industrial and scientific applications

  • High speed: 20 fps at 1600 × 1200 (48 MHz)
  • External trigger output mode
  • Rolling shutter
  • Adjustable frame rate
  • Small size
  • USB 2.0 interface

US $845

Buy in Sumix Store

What's in the box:

  • Camera
  • Tripod adapter
  • USB A to USB mini-B cable
  • Trigger connector (optional)
  • IR-cut filter
  • Ring-adapter
  • Camera Application Software
  • API Library

Output Video and Camera Control

Maximum resolutions of output window:
1600 × 1200, full resolution mode
Frame rate at resolution (48 MHz)*:
20 fps at 1600 × 1200, full resolution
28 fps at 1280 × 1024
100 fps at 640 × 480
Output bits per pixel:
Selectable, 8 bits or 10 bits
Lookup table:
Downloadable for user selected 8 bits mode: converts 10 bits of imaging chip's ADC to 8 bits of output
Pixel rates:
6.66 MHz, 8 MHz, 10 MHz, 12 MHz, 13.33 MHz, 16 MHz, 20 MHz, 24 MHz, 32 MHz, 40 MHz, 48 MHz
Exposure range (at maximum resolution), ms:
min: 0.04 (at 48 MHz); max: 348.88 (at 6.66 MHz)
Pixel gain control:
Programmable hardware: 48 gain levels from 1 to 15
From 1 to 4 with increment 0.125;
from 4.25 to 8 with increment 0.25;
from 9 to 15 with increment 1
Output window modes:
View port (from 1600 × 1200 to 8 × 8 with 2 pixels/2 lines step positioning)
Frame Decimation (1:1, 1:2, 1:4, 1:8)
Horizontal "mirroring" and Vertical "flipping" (hardware)
Gamma, brightness and contrast control:
Programmable with lookup table

* Listed frame rate values at the defined resolutions are not the maximal possible. Increasing of frame rate can be done by reducing the current Exposure value (the lower Exposure the higher frame rate is), hiding the active video window, running the camera on a faster computer, etc.

Imaging Chip

Type:
Color 2 megapixel CMOS sensor with an optical format of 1/2 inch manufactured by Micron Technology, Inc
Pixel size:
4.2 µm × 4.2 µm
Image array size:
8.4 mm diagonal
Shutter:
Rolling, Global Reset
Scanning mode:
Progressive
ADC resolution:
10 bits
Sensitivity:
>1.0 V/lux-sec (550nm)
Dynamic Range:
61 dB

Camera Electrical

Supply voltage:
5 V supplied by USB 2.0 interface
Supply current:
456 mA (at 5.0 V)
Maximum power consumption:
2.28 W

Camera Interface

Interface Type:
USB 2.0, 480 Mbps
Connector Type:
USB mini-B, 5 pin
SMX-M73 3 Mpixel 1/2″ 2048 × 1536 3.2 × 3.2 Rolling, Global Reset 12 Color 8 or 10 bits C
Discontinued

Color 3 megapixel (2048 × 1536) CMOS camera with USB 2.0 interface.

Designed for industrial and scientific applications

  • 2048 × 1536 active imaging pixels
  • High speed: 12 fps at 2048 × 1536 (48 MHz)
  • External trigger output mode
  • Rolling shutter
  • Adjustable frame rate
  • Small size
  • USB 2.0 interface

Discontinued

What's in the box:

  • Camera
  • Tripod adapter
  • USB A to USB mini-B cable
  • Trigger connector (optional)
  • IR-cut filter
  • Ring-adapter
  • Camera Application Software
  • API Library

Output Video and Camera Control

Maximum resolutions of output window:
2048 × 1536, full resolution mode
Frame rate at resolution (48 MHz)*:
12 fps at 2048 × 1536, full resolution
20 fps at 1600 × 1200
27 fps at 1280 × 1024
43 fps at 1024 × 768
94 fps at 640 × 480
Output bits per pixel:
Selectable, 8 bits or 10 bits
Lookup table:
Downloadable for user selected 8 bits mode: converts 10 bits of imaging chip's ADC to 8 bits of output
Pixel rates:
6.66 MHz, 8 MHz, 10 MHz, 12 MHz, 13.33 MHz, 16 MHz, 20 MHz, 24 MHz, 32 MHz, 40 MHz, 48 MHz
Exposure range (at maximum resolution), ms:
min: 0.05 (at 48 MHz), max: 564.91 (at 6.66 MHz)
Pixel gain control:
Programmable hardware gain controls for R, G, B: 161 gain levels from 1 to 128
From 1 to 4 with increment 0.125;
from 4.25 to 8 with increment 0.25;
from 9 to 128 with increment 1
Output window modes:
View port (from 2048 × 1536 to 8 × 8 with 2 pixels/2 lines step positioning)
Frame Decimation (1:1, 1:2, 1:3, 1:4, 1:5, 1:6, 1:7, 1:8)
Frame Binning (1:1, 1:2, 1:3, 1:4)
Horizontal "mirroring" and Vertical "flipping" (hardware)
Gamma, brightness and contrast control:
Programmable with lookup table

* Listed frame rate values at the defined resolutions are not the maximal possible. Increasing of frame rate can be done by reducing the current Exposure value (the lower Exposure the higher frame rate is), hiding the active video window, running the camera on a faster computer, etc.

Imaging Chip

Type:
Color 3 megapixel CMOS sensor with an optical format of 1/2 inch manufactured by Micron Technology, Inc
Pixel size:
3.2 µm × 3.2 µm
Image array size:
8.4 mm diagonal
Shutter:
Rolling, Global Reset
Scanning mode:
Progressive
ADC resolution:
10 bits
Sensitivity:
>1.0 V/lux-sec (550nm)
Dynamic Range:
61 dB

Camera Electrical

Supply voltage:
5 V supplied by USB 2.0 interface
Supply current:
456 mA (at 5.0 V)
Maximum power consumption:
2.28 W

Camera Interface

Interface Type:
USB 2.0, 480 Mbps
Connector Type:
USB mini-B, 5 pin
SMX-M81M 1.3 Mpixel 1/2″ 1280 × 1024 5.2 × 5.2 Rolling 15 Mono 8 or 10 bits C/CS
 

Monochrome 1.3 megapixel (1280 × 1024) CMOS camera with USB 2.0 interface.

Designed for industrial and medical applications

  • Low power consumption
  • High speed: 30 fps at full resolution
  • High sensitivity
  • Rolling shutter
  • Adjustable frame rate
  • External trigger output mode
  • Small size
  • C and CS mounts

US $485

Available for existing customers only

What's in the box:

  • Camera
  • Tripod adapter
  • C-mount adapter
  • USB A to USB mini-B cable
  • Trigger connector (optional)
  • Camera Application Software
  • API Library

Output Video and Camera Control

Maximum resolutions of output window:
1280 × 1024, full resolution mode
640 × 512, decimated by 2 mode
Frame rate at resolution (24 MHz)*:
15 fps at 1280 × 1024
24 fps at 1024 × 768
37 fps at 800 × 600
40 fps at 768 × 576
54.7 fps at 640 × 480
89.5 fps at 400 × 400
166 fps at 320 × 240
Output bits per pixel:
Selectable, 8 bits or 10 bits
Lookup table:
Downloadable for user selected 8 bits mode: converts 10 bits of imaging chip's ADC to 8 bits of output
Pixel rates:
12 MHz, 24 MHz
Exposure range (at maximum resolution), ms:
min: 0.06 (at 24 MHz); max: more than 2 sec (with fps decrease)
Pixel gain control:
Programmable hardware gain: 48 gain levels from 1 to 15
From 1 to 4 with increment 0.125;
from 4.25 to 8 with increment 0.25;
from 9 to 15 with increment 1
Output window modes:
View port (from 1280 × 1024 to 8 × 8 with 2 pixels/2 lines step positioning)
Frame Decimation (1:1, 1:2, 1:4, 1:8)
Horizontal "mirroring", hardware
Vertical "flipping", hardware
Gamma, brightness and contrast control:
Programmable with lookup table

* Listed frame rate values at the defined resolutions are not the maximal possible. Increasing of frame rate can be done by reducing the current Exposure value (the lower Exposure the higher frame rate is), hiding the active video window, running the camera on a faster computer, etc.

Imaging Chip

Type:
Monochrome 1.3 megapixel CMOS sensor with an optical format of 1/2 inch manufactured by Micron Technology, Inc
Pixel size:
5.2 µm × 5.2 µm
Image array size:
8.4 mm diagonal
Shutter:
Rolling
Scanning mode:
Progressive
ADC resolution:
10 bits
Sensitivity:
2.1 V/lux-sec
Dynamic Range:
68.2 dB

Camera Electrical

Supply voltage:
5 V supplied by USB 2.0 interface
Supply current:
176 mA (at 5.0 V)
Maximum power consumption:
0.88 W

Camera Interface

Interface Type:
USB 2.0, 480 Mbps
Connector Type:
USB mini-B, 5 pin
SMX-M82C 2 Mpixel 1/2″ 1600 × 1200 4.2 × 4.2 Rolling 10 Color 8 or 10 bits C/CS
Available for existing customers only.

Color 2 megapixel (1600 × 1200) CMOS camera with USB 2.0 interface.

Designed for industrial and scientific applications

  • 1600 × 1200 active imaging pixels
  • Rolling shutter
  • Adjustable frame rate
  • Small size
  • USB 2.0 interface
  • Cost effective

US $485

What's in the box:

  • Camera
  • Tripod adapter
  • C-mount adapter
  • USB A to USB mini-B cable
  • IR-cut filter
  • Camera Application Software
  • API Library

Output Video and Camera Control

Maximum resolutions of output window:
1600 × 1200, full resolution mode
Frame rate at resolution (24 MHz)*:
10 fps at 1600 × 1200
14 fps at 1280 × 1024
22.7 fps at 1024 × 768
34.6 fps at 800 × 600
37 fps at 768 × 576
50 fps at 640 × 480
79.6 fps at 400 × 400
145 fps at 320 × 240
Output bits per pixel:
Selectable, 8 bits or 10 bits
Lookup table:
Downloadable for user selected 8 bits mode: converts 10 bits of imaging chip's ADC to 8 bits of output
Pixel rates:
12 MHz, 24 MHz
Exposure range (at maximum resolution), ms:
min: 0.07 (at 24 MHz); max: more than 2.5 sec (with fps decrease)
Pixel gain control:
Programmable hardware gain controls for R, G, B: 48 gain levels from 1 to 15
From 1 to 4 with increment 0.125;
from 4.25 to 8 with increment 0.25;
from 9 to 15 with increment 1
Output window modes:
View port (from 1600 × 1200 to 8 × 8 with 2 pixels/2 lines step positioning)
Frame Decimation (1:1, 1:2, 1:4, 1:8)
Horizontal "mirroring", hardware
Vertical "flipping", hardware
Gamma, brightness and contrast control:
Programmable with lookup table

* Listed frame rate values at the defined resolutions are not the maximal possible. Increasing of frame rate can be done by reducing the current Exposure value (the lower Exposure the higher frame rate is), hiding the active video window, running the camera on a faster computer, etc.

Imaging Chip

Type:
Color 2 megapixel CMOS sensor with an optical format of 1/2 inch manufactured by Micron Technology, Inc
Pixel size:
4.2 µm × 4.2 µm
Image array size:
8.4 mm diagonal
Shutter:
Rolling
Scanning mode:
Progressive
ADC resolution:
10 bits
Sensitivity:
1.2 V/lux-sec
Dynamic Range:
> 61 dB

Camera Electrical

Supply voltage:
5 V supplied by USB 2.0 interface
Supply current:
90 - 160 mA
Maximum power consumption:
0.45 - 0.8 W

Camera Interface

Interface Type:
USB 2.0, 480 Mbps
Connector Type:
USB mini-B, 5 pin
SMX-M83C 3 Mpixel 1/2″ 2048 × 1536 3.2 × 3.2 Rolling, optional Global Reset 6 Color 8 or 10 bits C/CS
Available for existing customers only

Color 3 megapixel (2048 × 1536) CMOS camera with USB 2.0 interface.

Designed for industrial and scientific applications

  • Low power consumption
  • 2048 × 1536 active imaging pixels
  • Rolling shutter
  • Adjustable frame rate
  • Small size
  • USB 2.0 interface
  • Cost effective

US $485

What's in the box:

  • Camera
  • Tripod adapter
  • C-mount adapter
  • USB A to USB mini-B cable
  • IR-cut filter
  • Camera Application Software
  • API Library

Output Video and Camera Control

Maximum resolutions of output window:
2048 × 1536, full resolution mode
Frame rate at resolution (24 MHz)*:
6 fps at 2048 × 1536
10 fps at 1600 × 1200
13.9 fps at 1280 × 1024
21.9 fps at 1024 × 768
33 fps at 800 × 600
35.7 fps at 768 × 576
48 fps at 640 × 480
75 fps at 400 × 400
138.5 fps at 320 × 240
Output bits per pixel:
Selectable, 8 bits or 10 bits
Lookup table:
Downloadable for user selected 8 bits mode: converts 10 bits of imaging chip's ADC to 8 bits of output
Pixel rates:
12 MHz, 24 MHz
Exposure range (at maximum resolution), ms:
min: 0.09 (at 24 MHz); max: more than 200 sec (with fps decrease)
Pixel gain control:
Programmable hardware gain controls for R, G, B: 161 gain levels from 1 to 128
From 1 to 4 with increment 0.125;
from 4.25 to 8 with increment 0.25;
from 9 to 128 with increment 1
Output window modes:
View port (from 2048 × 1536 to 8 × 8 with 2 pixels/2 lines step positioning)
Frame Decimation (1:1, 1:2, 1:3, 1:4, 1:5, 1:6, 1:7, 1:8)
Frame Binning (1:1, 1:2, 1:3, 1:4)
Horizontal "mirroring", hardware
Vertical "flipping", hardware
Gamma, brightness and contrast control:
Programmable with lookup table

* Listed frame rate values at the defined resolutions are not the maximal possible. Increasing of frame rate can be done by reducing the current Exposure value (the lower Exposure the higher frame rate is), hiding the active video window, running the camera on a faster computer, etc.

Imaging Chip

Type:
Color 3 megapixel CMOS sensor with an optical format of 1/2 inch manufactured by Micron Technology, Inc
Pixel size:
3.2 µm × 3.2 µm
Image array size:
8.4 mm diagonal
Shutter:
Rolling (optional Global Reset)
Scanning mode:
Progressive
ADC resolution:
10 bits
Sensitivity:
1.0 V/lux-sec (550nm)
Dynamic Range:
61 dB

Camera Electrical

Supply voltage:
5 V supplied by USB 2.0 interface
Supply current:
90 - 160 mA
Maximum power consumption:
0.45 - 0.8 W

Camera Interface

Interface Type:
USB 2.0, 480 Mbps
Connector Type:
USB mini-B, 5 pin
SMX-160M 6.6 Mpixel 1″ 2208 × 3000 3.5 × 3.5 Rolling 6 Mono 8 or 10 bits C
 

Monochrome 6.6 megapixel (2208 × 3000) CMOS camera with USB 2.0 interface.

Designed for industrial and medical applications

  • 2208 × 3000 active imaging pixels
  • Speed: 6 fps at 2208 × 3000 (48 MHz)
  • Low noise
  • Electronic Rolling Shutter
  • Adjustable frame rate
  • Small size

US $1800

Buy in Sumix Store

What's in the box:

  • Camera
  • Tripod adapter
  • USB A to USB mini-B cable
  • Trigger connector (optional)
  • Camera Application Software
  • API Library

Output Video and Camera Control

Maximum resolutions of output window:
2208 × 3000, full resolution mode
1104 × 1500, decimated by 2 mode
Frame rate at resolution (48 MHz)*:
6 fps at 2208 × 3000, full resolution
31 fps at 1280 × 1024
24 fps at 1104 × 1500
52 fps at 1024 × 768
91 fps at 768 × 576
126 fps at 640 × 480
219 fps at 400 × 400
426 fps at 320 × 240
Output bits per pixel:
Selectable, 8 bits or 10 bits
Lookup table:
Downloadable for user selected 8 bits mode: converts 10 bits of imaging chip's ADC to 8 bits of output
Pixel rates:
3.33 MHz, 6.66 MHz, 8 MHz, 10 MHz, 12 MHz, 13.33 MHz, 16 MHz, 20 MHz, 24 MHz, 32 MHz, 40 MHz, 48 MHz
Exposure range (at maximum resolution), ms:
min: 0.93 (at 48 MHz); max: 2497.57 (at 3.33 MHz)
Pixel gain control:
Programmable hardware gain: 17 gain levels from 0 to 17.38
Output window modes:
View port (from 2208 × 3000 to 8 x 8 with 8 pixels/1 line step positioning)
Frame Decimation (1:1, 1:2, 1:3, 1:4, 1:6)
Horizontal "mirroring"
Vertical "flipping"
Gamma, brightness and contrast control:
Programmable with lookup table
Trigger control:
SMX-160x camera utilizes IBIS4 sensor which has no snapshot mode. At the same time, the camera operating in video mode can receive external signal via external connector and mark the current frame. Camera's driver and API allow the user application to distinguish the labeled frame and act according to requirements.

* Listed frame rate values at the defined resolutions are not the maximal possible. Increasing of frame rate can be done by reducing the current Exposure value (the lower Exposure the higher frame rate is), hiding the active video window, running the camera on a faster computer, etc.

Imaging Chip

Type:
Monochrome 6.6 megapixel CMOS sensor with an optical format of 1"
Manufactured by Cypress (FillFactory)
Pixel size:
3.5 µm × 3.5 µm
Image array size:
7.74 mm × 10.51 mm
Shutter:
Electronic Rolling Shutter
Scanning mode:
Progressive
ADC resolution:
10 bits
Sensitivity (visible) 400-700 nm
(163 lux = 1 W/m2)
328 V.m2/W.s
2.01 V/lux.s
Sensitivity (peak) 650 nm
(85 lux = 1 W/m2):
411 V.m2/W.s,
4.83 V/lux.s
Dynamic Range:
1100:1 Full: 61 dB.
940:1 Linear: 59.5 dB.

Camera Electrical

Supply voltage:
5 V supplied by USB 2.0 interface
Supply current:
360 mA (at 5.0 V)
Maximum power consumption:
2.28 W

Camera Interface

Interface Type:
USB 2.0, 480 Mbps
Connector Type:
USB mini-B, 5 pin
SMX-160C 6.6 Mpixel 1″ 2208 × 3000 3.5 × 3.5 Rolling 6 Color 8 or 10 bits C
Discontinued

Color 6.6 megapixel (2208 × 3000) CMOS camera with USB 2.0 interface.

Designed for industrial and medical applications

  • 2208 × 3000 active imaging pixels
  • Speed: 6 fps at 2208 × 3000 (48 MHz)
  • Low noise
  • Electronic Rolling Shutter
  • Adjustable frame rate
  • Small size

Discontinued

What's in the box:

  • Camera
  • Tripod adapter
  • USB A to USB mini-B cable
  • Trigger connector (optional)
  • IR-cut filter
  • Ring-adapter
  • Camera Application Software
  • API Library

Output Video and Camera Control

Maximum resolutions of output window:
2208 × 3000, full resolution mode
1104 × 1500, decimated by 2 mode
Frame rate at resolution (48 MHz)*:
6 fps at 2208 × 3000, full resolution
31 fps at 1280 × 1024
24 fps at 1104 × 1500
52 fps at 1024 × 768
91 fps at 768 × 576
126 fps at 640 × 480
219 fps at 400 × 400
426 fps at 320 × 240
Output bits per pixel:
Selectable, 8 bits or 10 bits
Lookup table:
Downloadable for user selected 8 bits mode: converts 10 bits of imaging chip's ADC to 8 bits of output
Pixel rates:
3.33 MHz, 6.66 MHz, 8 MHz, 10 MHz, 12 MHz, 13.33 MHz, 16 MHz, 20 MHz, 24 MHz, 32 MHz, 40 MHz, 48 MHz
Exposure range (at maximum resolution), ms:
min: 0.93 (at 48 MHz); max: 2497.57 (at 3.33 MHz)
Pixel gain control:
Programmable hardware gain: 17 gain levels from 0 to 17.38
Output window modes:
View port (from 2208 × 3000 to 8 x 8 with 8 pixels/1 line step positioning)
Frame Decimation (1:1, 1:2, 1:3, 1:4, 1:6)
Horizontal "mirroring"
Vertical "flipping"
Gamma, brightness and contrast control:
Programmable with lookup table
Trigger control:
SMX-160x camera utilizes IBIS4 sensor which has no snapshot mode. At the same time, the camera operating in video mode can receive external signal via external connector and mark the current frame. Camera's driver and API allow the user application to distinguish the labeled frame and act according to requirements.

* Listed frame rate values at the defined resolutions are not the maximal possible. Increasing of frame rate can be done by reducing the current Exposure value (the lower Exposure the higher frame rate is), hiding the active video window, running the camera on a faster computer, etc.

Imaging Chip

Type:
Color 6.6 megapixel CMOS sensor with an optical format of 1"
Manufactured by Cypress (FillFactory)
Pixel size:
3.52 µm × 3.5 µm
Image array size:
7.74 mm × 10.51 mm
Shutter:
Electronic Rolling Shutter
Scanning mode:
Progressive
ADC resolution:
10 bits
Sensitivity (peak) 650 nm
(85 lux = 1 W/m2):
411 V.m2/W.s,
4.83 V/lux.s
Sensitivity (visible) 400-700 nm
(163 lux = 1 W/m2):
328 V.m2/W.s
2.01 V/lux.s
Dynamic Range:
1100:1 Full: 61 dB.
940:1 Linear: 59.5 dB.

Camera Electrical

Supply voltage:
5 V supplied by USB 2.0 interface
Supply current:
360 mA (at 5.0 V)
Maximum power consumption:
2.28 W

Camera Interface

Interface Type:
USB 2.0, 480 Mbps
Connector Type:
USB mini-B, 5 pin
SMX-M95C 5 Mpixel 1/2.5″ 2592 × 1944 2.2 × 2.2 Rolling, Global Reset 8 Color 8, 10 bits
or 12 bits
C
 

Color 5 megapixel (2592 × 1944) CMOS camera with USB 2.0 interface.

Designed for industrial and medical applications

  • 2592 x 1944 active imaging pixels
  • High speed: 8 fps at 2592 x 1944
  • Output 8, 10 and 12 bits per pixel
  • Pixel rate up to 96 MHz
  • External trigger input/output
  • Rolling shutter
  • Adjustable frame rate
  • Small size

US $800

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What's in the box:

  • Camera
  • Tripod adapter
  • USB A to USB mini-B cable
  • IR-cut filter
  • Ring-adapter
  • Trigger connector (optional)
  • Camera Application Software
  • API Library

Output Video and Camera Control

Maximum resolutions of output window:
2592 × 1944, full resolution mode
Frame rate at resolution (48 MHz)*:
8-bit mode:
  • 8 fps at 2592 × 1944, full resolution
  • 50 fps at 1024 × 768
  • 128 fps at 640 × 480
10-bit mode:
  • 6 fps at 2592 × 1944, full resolution
  • 40 fps at 1024 × 768
  • 96 fps at 640 × 480
12-bit mode:
  • 4 fps at 2592 × 1944, full resolution
  • 25 fps at 1024 × 768
  • 64 fps at 640 × 480
Output bits per pixel:
Selectable, 8 bits, 10 bits or 12 bits
Lookup table:
Downloadable for user selected 8 bits mode: converts 11 bits of imaging chip's ADC to 8 bits of output
Pixel rates:
6 – 96 MHz
Exposure range (at maximum resolution), ms:
min: 0.04 (at 48 MHz)
max: 937.72 (at 6 MHz)
(up to 31 sec with fps decrease)
Pixel gain control:
Programmable hardware gain controls for R, G, B: 161 gain levels from 1 to 128.
From 1 to 4 with increment 0.125;
from 4.25 to 8 with increment 0.25;
from 9 to 128 with increment 1
Output window modes:
View port (from 2592 × 1944 to 8 × 8 with 2 pixels/2 lines step positioning)
Frame Decimation (1:1, 1:2, 1:3, 1:4, 1:5, 1:6, 1:7, 1:8)
Frame Binning (1:2, 1:4) (averaging and summing modes available)
Horizontal "mirroring"
Vertical "flipping"
Gamma, brightness and contrast control:
Programmable with lookup table

* Listed frame rate values at the defined resolutions are not the maximal possible. Increasing of frame rate can be done by reducing the current Exposure value (the lower Exposure the higher frame rate is), hiding the active video window, running the camera on a faster computer, etc.

Imaging Chip

Type:
Color 5 megapixel CMOS sensor with an optical format of 1/2.5 inch
manufactured by Micron Technology, Inc
Pixel size:
2.2 µm × 2.2 µm
Image array size:
7.13 mm diagonal
Shutter:
Rolling, Global Reset
Scanning mode:
Progressive
ADC resolution:
12 bits
Sensitivity:
1.4 V/lux-sec (550nm)
Dynamic Range:
70.1 dB

Camera Electrical

Supply voltage:
5 V supplied by USB 2.0 interface
Supply current:
456 mA (at 5.0 V)
Maximum power consumption:
2.28 W

Camera Interface

Interface Type:
USB 2.0, 480 Mbps
Connector Type:
USB mini-B, 5 pin
SMX-M95M 5 Mpixel 1/2.5″ 2592 × 1944 2.2 × 2.2 Rolling, Global Reset 8 Mono 8, 10 bits
or 12 bits
C
 

Monochrome 5 megapixel (2592 × 1944) CMOS camera with USB 2.0 interface.

Designed for industrial and medical applications

  • 2592 x 1944 active imaging pixels
  • High speed: 8 fps at 2592 x 1944
  • Output 8, 10 and 12 bits per pixel
  • Pixel rate up to 96 MHz
  • External trigger input/output
  • Rolling shutter
  • Adjustable frame rate
  • Small size

$800

What's in the box:

  • Camera
  • Tripod adapter
  • USB A to USB mini-B cable
  • Trigger connector (optional)
  • Camera Application Software
  • API Library

Output Video and Camera Control

Maximum resolutions of output window:
2592 × 1944, full resolution mode
Frame rate at resolution (48 MHz)*:
8-bit mode:
  • 8 fps at 2592 × 1944, full resolution
  • 50 fps at 1024 × 768
  • 128 fps at 640 × 480
10-bit mode:
  • 6 fps at 2592 × 1944, full resolution
  • 40 fps at 1024 × 768
  • 96 fps at 640 × 480
12-bit mode:
  • 4 fps at 2592 × 1944, full resolution
  • 25 fps at 1024 × 768
  • 64 fps at 640 × 480
Output bits per pixel:
Selectable, 8 bits, 10 bits or 12 bits
Lookup table:
Downloadable for user selected 8 bits mode: converts 11 bits of imaging chip's ADC to 8 bits of output
Pixel rates:
6 – 96 MHz
Exposure range (at maximum resolution), ms:
min: 0.04 (at 48 MHz)
max: 937.72 (at 6 MHz)
(up to 31 sec with fps decrease)
Pixel gain control:
Programmable hardware gain control: 161 gain levels from 1 to 128.
From 1 to 4 with increment 0.125;
from 4.25 to 8 with increment 0.25;
from 9 to 128 with increment 1
Output window modes:
View port (from 2592 × 1944 to 8 × 8 with 2 pixels/2 lines step positioning)
Frame Decimation (1:1, 1:2, 1:3, 1:4, 1:5, 1:6, 1:7, 1:8)
Frame Binning (1:2, 1:4) (averaging and summing modes available)
Horizontal "mirroring"
Vertical "flipping"
Gamma, brightness and contrast control:
Programmable with lookup table

* Listed frame rate values at the defined resolutions are not the maximal possible. Increasing of frame rate can be done by reducing the current Exposure value (the lower Exposure the higher frame rate is), hiding the active video window, running the camera on a faster computer, etc.

Imaging Chip

Type:
Monochrome 5 megapixel CMOS sensor with an optical format of 1/2.5 inch
manufactured by Micron Technology, Inc
Pixel size:
2.2 µm × 2.2 µm
Image array size:
7.13 mm diagonal
Shutter:
Rolling, Global Reset
Scanning mode:
Progressive
ADC resolution:
12 bits
Sensitivity:
1.4 V/lux-sec (550nm)
Dynamic Range:
70.1 dB

Camera Electrical

Supply voltage:
5 V supplied by USB 2.0 interface
Supply current:
456 mA (at 5.0 V)
Maximum power consumption:
2.28 W

Camera Interface

Interface Type:
USB 2.0, 480 Mbps
Connector Type:
USB mini-B, 5 pin
SMX-10M1M 1.3 Mpixel 1/2″ 1280 × 1024 5.2 × 5.2 Rolling 30 Mono 8 or 10 bits C/CS
 

Monochrome 1.3 megapixel (1280 × 1024) CMOS camera with USB 2.0 interface.

Designed for industrial and medical applications

  • Low power consumption
  • High speed: 30 fps at full resolution
  • High sensitivity
  • Rolling shutter
  • Adjustable frame rate
  • External trigger output mode
  • Small size
  • C and CS mounts

US $575

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What's in the box:

  • Camera
  • Tripod adapter
  • C-mount adapter
  • USB A to USB mini-B cable
  • Camera Application Software
  • API Library

Output Video and Camera Control

Maximum resolutions of output window:
1280 × 1024, full resolution mode
640 × 512, decimated by 2 mode
Frame rate at resolution (48 MHz)*:
30 fps at 1280 × 1024, full resolution
111 fps at 640 × 480
184 fps at 400 × 400
Output bits per pixel:
Selectable, 8 bits or 10 bits
Lookup table:
Downloadable for user selected 8 bits mode: converts 10 bits of imaging chip's ADC to 8 bits of output
Pixel rates:
12 MHz, 24 MHz, 48 MHz
Exposure range (at maximum resolution), ms:
min: 0.03 (at 48 MHz); max: 131.40 (at 12 MHz)
Pixel gain control:
Programmable hardware gain: 48 gain levels from 1 to 15
From 1 to 4 with increment 0.125;
from 4.25 to 8 with increment 0.25;
from 9 to 15 with increment 1
Output window modes:
View port (from 1280 × 1024 to 8 × 8 with 2 pixels/2 lines step positioning)
Frame Decimation (1:1, 1:2, 1:4, 1:8)
Horizontal "mirroring", hardware
Vertical "flipping", hardware
Gamma, brightness and contrast control:
Programmable with lookup table

* Listed frame rate values at the defined resolutions are not the maximal possible. Increasing of frame rate can be done by reducing the current Exposure value (the lower Exposure the higher frame rate is), hiding the active video window, running the camera on a faster computer, etc.

Imaging Chip

Type:
Monochrome 1.3 megapixel CMOS sensor with an optical format of 1/2 inch manufactured by Micron Technology, Inc
Pixel size:
5.2 µm × 5.2 µm
Image array size:
8.4 mm diagonal
Shutter:
Rolling
Scanning mode:
Progressive
ADC resolution:
10 bits
Sensitivity:
2.1 V/lux-sec
Dynamic Range:
68.2 dB

Camera Electrical

Supply voltage:
5 V supplied by USB 2.0 interface
Supply current:
176 mA (at 5.0 V)
Maximum power consumption:
0.88 W

Camera Interface

Interface Type:
USB 2.0, 480 Mbps
Connector Type:
USB mini-B, 5 pin
SMX-10M2C 2 Mpixel 1/2″ 1600 × 1200 4.2 × 4.2 Rolling 20 Color 8 or 10 bits C/CS
 

Color 2 megapixel (1600 × 1200) CMOS camera with USB 2.0 interface.

Designed for industrial and medical applications

  • High speed: 20 fps at 1600 × 1200 (48 MHz; 8 bits output)
  • External trigger output mode
  • Rolling shutter
  • Adjustable frame rate
  • Small size
  • C and CS mounts

US $575

Buy in Sumix Store

What's in the box:

  • Camera
  • Tripod adapter
  • C-mount adapter
  • USB A to USB mini-B cable
  • IR-cut filter
  • Camera Application Software
  • API Library

Output Video and Camera Control

Maximum resolutions of output window:
1600 × 1200, full resolution mode
Frame rate at resolution (48 MHz)*:
20 fps at 1600 × 1200, full resolution
28 fps at 1280 × 1024
100 fps at 640 × 480
Output bits per pixel:
Selectable, 8 bits or 10 bits
Lookup table:
Downloadable for user selected 8 bits mode: converts 10 bits of imaging chip's ADC to 8 bits of output
Pixel rates:
12 MHz, 24 MHz, 48 MHz
Exposure range (at maximum resolution), ms:
min: 0.04 (at 48 MHz); max: 193.82 (at 12 MHz)
Pixel gain control:
Programmable hardware gain controls for R, G, B: 48 gain levels from 1 to 15
From 1 to 4 with increment 0.125;
from 4.25 to 8 with increment 0.25;
from 9 to 15 with increment 1
Output window modes:
View port (from 1600 × 1200 to 8 × 8 with 2 pixels/2 lines step positioning)
Frame Decimation (1:1, 1:2, 1:4, 1:8)
Horizontal "mirroring", hardware
Vertical "flipping", hardware
Gamma, brightness and contrast control:
Programmable with lookup table

* Listed frame rate values at the defined resolutions are not the maximal possible. Increasing of frame rate can be done by reducing the current Exposure value (the lower Exposure the higher frame rate is), hiding the active video window, running the camera on a faster computer, etc.

Imaging Chip

Type:
Color 2 megapixel CMOS sensor with an optical format of 1/2 inch manufactured by Micron Technology, Inc
Pixel size:
4.2 µm × 4.2 µm
Image array size:
8.4 mm diagonal
Shutter:
Rolling
Scanning mode:
Progressive
ADC resolution:
10 bits
Sensitivity:
2.1 V/lux-sec
Dynamic Range:
>61dB

Camera Electrical

Supply voltage:
5 V supplied by USB 2.0 interface
Supply current:
176 mA (at 5.0 V)
Maximum power consumption:
0.88 W

Camera Interface

Interface Type:
USB 2.0, 480 Mbps
Connector Type:
USB mini-B, 5 pin
SMX-10M3C 3 Mpixel 1/2″ 2048 × 1536 3.2 × 3.2 Rolling, Global Reset 12 Color 8 or 10 bits C/CS
 

color 3 megapixel (2048 × 1536) CMOS camera with USB 2.0 interface.

Designed for industrial and scientific applications

  • High speed: 12 fps at 2048 × 1536 (48 MHz; 8 bits output)
  • External trigger output mode
  • Rolling shutter
  • Adjustable frame rate
  • Small size
  • C and CS mounts

US $575

Buy in Sumix Store

What's in the box:

  • Camera
  • Tripod adapter
  • C-mount adapter
  • USB A to USB mini-B cable
  • IR-cut filter
  • Camera Application Software
  • API Library

Output Video and Camera Control

Maximum resolutions of output window:
2048 × 1536, full resolution mode
Frame rate at resolution (48 MHz)*:
12 fps at 2048 × 1536, full resolution
20 fps at 1600 × 1200
27 fps at 1280 × 1024
43 fps at 1024 × 768
94 fps at 640 × 480
Output bits per pixel:
Selectable, 8 bits or 10 bits
Lookup table:
Downloadable for user selected 8 bits mode: converts 10 bits of imaging chip's ADC to 8 bits of output
Pixel rates:
12 MHz, 24 MHz, 48 MHz
Exposure range (at maximum resolution), ms:
min: 0.05 (at 48 MHz); max: 313.84 (at 12 MHz)
Pixel gain control:
Programmable hardware gain controls for R, G, B: 161 gain levels from 1 to 128
From 1 to 4 with increment 0.125;
from 4.25 to 8 with increment 0.25;
from 9 to 128 with increment 1
Output window modes:
View port (from 2048 × 1536 to 8 × 8 with 2 pixels/2 lines step positioning)
Frame Decimation (1:1, 1:2, 1:3, 1:4, 1:5, 1:6, 1:7, 1:8)
Frame Binning (1:1, 1:2, 1:3, 1:4)
Horizontal "mirroring", hardware
Vertical "flipping", hardware
Gamma, brightness and contrast control:
Programmable with lookup table

* Listed frame rate values at the defined resolutions are not the maximal possible. Increasing of frame rate can be done by reducing the current Exposure value (the lower Exposure the higher frame rate is), hiding the active video window, running the camera on a faster computer, etc.

Imaging Chip

Type:
Color 3 megapixel CMOS sensor with an optical format of 1/2 inch manufactured by Micron Technology, Inc
Pixel size:
3.2 µm × 3.2 µm
Image array size:
8.4 mm diagonal
Shutter:
Rolling,  (Optional Global Reset)
Scanning mode:
Progressive
ADC resolution:
10 bits
Sensitivity:
>1.0 V/lux-sec (550nm)
Dynamic Range:
61 dB

Camera Electrical

Supply voltage:
5 V supplied by USB 2.0 interface
Supply current:
176 mA (at 5.0 V)
Maximum power consumption:
0.88 W

Camera Interface

Interface Type:
USB 2.0, 480 Mbps
Connector Type:
USB mini-B, 5 pin
SMX-11M5C 5 Mpixel 1/2.5″ 2592 × 1944 2.2 × 2.2 Rolling, Global Reset 8 Color 8, 10, or 12 bits C/CS
 

Color 5 megapixel (2592 × 1944) CMOS camera with USB 2.0 interface.

Designed for industrial and medical applications

  • 2592 × 1944 active imaging pixels
  • High speed: 8 fps at 2592 × 1944
  • Pixel rate up to 96 MHz
  • Rolling shutter
  • Adjustable frame rate
  • External trigger input/output mode
  • Small size
  • C and CS mounts

US $725

Buy in Sumix Store

What's in the box:

  • Camera
  • Tripod adapter
  • C-mount adapter
  • USB A to USB mini-B cable
  • IR-cut filter
  • Camera Application Software
  • API Library

Output Video and Camera Control

Maximum resolutions of output window:
2592 × 1944, full resolution mode
Frame rate at resolution (48 MHz)*:
8-bits:
  • 8 fps at 2592 × 1944, full resolution
  • 50 fps at 1024 × 768
  • 128 fps at 640 × 480
10-bits:
  • 7 fps at 2592 × 1944, full resolution
  • 40 fps at 1024 × 768
  • 96 fps at 640 × 480
12-bits:
  • 7 fps at 2592 × 1944, full resolution
  • 37 fps at 1024 × 768
  • 78 fps at 640 × 480
Output bits per pixel:
Selectable, 8 bits, 10 bits or 12 bits
Lookup table:
Downloadable for user selected 8 bits mode: converts 10 bits of imaging chip's ADC to 8 bits of output
Pixel rates:
6 – 96 MHz
Exposure range (at maximum resolution), ms:
min: 0.04 (at 48 MHz); max: 937.72 (at 6 MHz)
Pixel gain control:
Programmable hardware gain controls for R, G, B: 161 gain levels from 1 to 128
From 1 to 4 with increment 0.125;
from 4.25 to 8 with increment 0.25;
from 9 to 128 with increment 1
Output window modes:
View port (from 2592 × 1944 to 8 × 8 with 2 pixels/2 lines step positioning)
Frame Decimation (1:1, 1:2, 1:3, 1:4, 1:5, 1:6, 1:7, 1:8)
Frame Binning (1:2, 1:4) (averaging and summing modes available)
Horizontal "mirroring", hardware
Vertical "flipping", hardware
Gamma, brightness and contrast control:
Programmable with lookup table

* Listed frame rate values at the defined resolutions are not the maximal possible. Increasing of frame rate can be done by reducing the current Exposure value (the lower Exposure the higher frame rate is), hiding the active video window, running the camera on a faster computer, etc.

Imaging Chip

Type:
Color 5 megapixel CMOS sensor with an optical format of 1/2.5 inch manufactured by Micron Technology, Inc
Pixel size:
2.2 µm × 2.2 µm
Image array size:
7.13 mm diagonal
Shutter:
Rolling,  (Optional Global Reset)
Scanning mode:
Progressive
ADC resolution:
12 bits
Sensitivity:
1.4 V/lux-sec (550nm)
Dynamic Range:
70.1 dB

Camera Electrical

Supply voltage:
5 V supplied by USB 2.0 interface
Supply current:
176 mA (at 5.0 V)
Maximum power consumption:
0.88 W

Camera Interface

Interface Type:
USB 2.0, 480 Mbps
Connector Type:
USB mini-B, 5 pin
SMX-11M5M 5 Mpixel 1/2.5″ 2592 × 1944 2.2 × 2.2 Rolling, Global Reset 8 Mono 8, 10 or 12 bits C/CS
 

Monochrome 5 megapixel (2592 × 1944) CMOS camera with USB 2.0 interface.

Designed for industrial and medical applications

  • 2592 × 1944 active imaging pixels
  • High speed: 8 fps at 2592 × 1944
  • Pixel rate up to 96 MHz
  • Rolling shutter
  • Adjustable frame rate
  • External trigger input/output mode
  • Small size
  • C and CS mounts

US $725

Buy in Sumix Store

What's in the box:

  • Camera
  • Tripod adapter
  • C-mount adapter
  • USB A to USB mini-B cable
  • Camera Application Software
  • API Library

Output Video and Camera Control

Maximum resolutions of output window:
2592 × 1944, full resolution mode
Frame rate at resolution (48 MHz)*:
8-bits:
  • 8 fps at 2592 × 1944, full resolution
  • 50 fps at 1024 × 768
  • 128 fps at 640 × 480
10-bits:
  • 7 fps at 2592 × 1944, full resolution
  • 40 fps at 1024 × 768
  • 96 fps at 640 × 480
12-bits:
  • 7 fps at 2592 × 1944, full resolution
  • 37 fps at 1024 × 768
  • 78 fps at 640 × 480
Output bits per pixel:
Selectable, 8 bits, 10 bits or 12 bits
Lookup table:
Downloadable for user selected 8 bits mode: converts 10 bits of imaging chip's ADC to 8 bits of output
Pixel rates:
6 – 96 MHz
Exposure range (at maximum resolution), ms:
min: 0.04 (at 48 MHz); max: 937.72 (at 6 MHz)
Pixel gain control:
Programmable hardware gain control: 161 gain levels from 1 to 128
From 1 to 4 with increment 0.125;
from 4.25 to 8 with increment 0.25;
from 9 to 128 with increment 1
Output window modes:
View port (from 2592 × 1944 to 8 × 8 with 2 pixels/2 lines step positioning)
Frame Decimation (1:1, 1:2, 1:3, 1:4, 1:5, 1:6, 1:7, 1:8)
Frame Binning (1:2, 1:4) (averaging and summing modes available)
Horizontal "mirroring", hardware
Vertical "flipping", hardware
Gamma, brightness and contrast control:
Programmable with lookup table

* Listed frame rate values at the defined resolutions are not the maximal possible. Increasing of frame rate can be done by reducing the current Exposure value (the lower Exposure the higher frame rate is), hiding the active video window, running the camera on a faster computer, etc.

Imaging Chip

Type:
Monochrome 5 megapixel CMOS sensor with an optical format of 1/2.5 inch manufactured by Micron Technology, Inc
Pixel size:
2.2 µm × 2.2 µm
Image array size:
7.13 mm diagonal
Shutter:
Rolling,  (Optional Global Reset Release)
Scanning mode:
Progressive
ADC resolution:
12 bits
Sensitivity:
1.4 V/lux-sec (550nm)
Dynamic Range:
70.1 dB

Camera Electrical

Supply voltage:
5 V supplied by USB  2.0 interface
Supply current:
176 mA (at 5.0 V)
Maximum power consumption:
0.88 W

Camera Interface

Interface Type:
USB 2.0, 480 Mbps
Connector Type:
USB mini-B, 5 pin

System Requirements

Operating System:
Windows 2000 SP4, Windows XP Professional SP1 or later, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7
Recommended configuration
Cameras will function with nominal frame rates
Minimal configuration
Cameras will function with reduced frame rates
Processor:
PIV 2Ghz
PIII
RAM:
512Mb (1024Mb for Vista/2008/W7)
256 Mb (512Mb for Vista/2008/W7)
Video Card:
ATI 9XXX series (or higher) or NVidia GeForce 4x (or higher)
Any with 24 bit True Color
Hardware Interface:
Intel integrated USB 2.0 Host Controller. At least one USB 2.0 port for connection
Any USB 2.0 Host Controller. At least one USB 2.0 port for connection