DEWE-CAM-FW-70
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DEWE-CAM-FW-70 VGA 640 x 480 progressive CCD Up to 70 fps @ full resolution Super compact size Ready for C-Mount lenses Dedicated Instruments External trigger input for synchronization including frame index Lockable IEEE1394 connector DEWE-CAM-FW-70 Specifications 1/2” (diag. 8 mm) progressive scan, SONY Picture size Cell size Resolution depth Lens mount Digital interface Transfer rates 100 Mbit/s, 200 Mbit/s and 400 Mbit/s Frame rates Up to 74 Hz in full resolution, higher rates with AOI Gain control Manual: 0 to 24 dB (0.035 dB/step); Auto gain (selectable AOI) Shutter speed 20 to 67.108.864 μs (67 s); auto shutter (selectable AOI) External trigger Shutter trigger Smart features Real time shading correction; built-in FIFO memory up to 17 frames Power requirements 8 to 36 VDC via IEEE 1394 cable or 12-pin HIROSE Power consumption Signal Conditioning Image device type Package information Each DEWE-CAM-FW-70 package consists of 1 DEWE-CAM-FW-70 camera 1 IEEE 1394 cable (4.5 m) 1 Trigger calbe (4.5 m) 1 Mounting plate (for tripod or suction cup mounting) 1 Suction cup 1 Protection bag Options C-MOUNT lense 6 mm, F 1.2, Iris 1.2 to 16, screw fixing for focus and iris, 42 x 46 mm / 125 g DEWE-CAM-FW-70 AOI (Area Of Interest) AOI width [pixel] DEWE-CAM-FW-70: frame rates at different areas of interest DEWE-CAM-FW-70 package DEWE-CAM-FW-70 connecwith cables, suction cup tors and mounting plate and protection bag DE-B100401E • All trademarks are acknowledged to be the property of their owners. Specification subject to change without notice. © DEWETRON Ges.m.b.H. Wide-range manual / auto gain Manual / auto exposure (shutter) Gamma on / off Real time shading correction

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