USB3 Area scan camera IDS Imaging U3-3800CP-M/C IDS Imaging U3-3800CP Rev 2.2 M/C
uEye+
USB3 Camera
Sony STARVIS IMX183 Sensor
5536x3692 Resolution
Area Scan Camera

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IDS Imaging uEye+ U3-3800CP-M/C USB3 monochrome and color cameras are designed to be used in industrial inspection, robotics, medical, scientific imaging, as well as wide variety of other demanding automated imaging and machine vision applications requiring highly compact 29x29x29mm footprint. Featuring 1" Sony STARVIS IMX183 CMOS sensor with 5536x3692 resolution and frame rate to 19.50 fps. All IDS cameras are backed by one of the industry’s most comprehensive SDKs (Software Development Kit), and offer long production lifecycles in excess of 10 years.

USB 3.0 Camera uEye CP Camera Family Features

  • VGA to 18MP Sony/ON Semi/e2V/CMOSIS CMOS sensors
  • 1/3.6" to 1" sensor format
  • USB3, 420 MB/s data transfer
  • 128MB image memory for multi-camera flexibility

U3-3800CP-M/C Features

  • 20 MP
  • Sony IMX183 CMOS sensor
  • 19.5 fps
  • Manufacturer: IDS Model: U3-3800CP-M/C Total Pixels: 20,438,912
    Resolution: 5536 (h) 3692 (v) Sensor Size: 1" Color/B & W: Color / Monochrome
    Frame Rate (fps): 19.5 Sensor Type: CMOS Sensor Device: Sony STARVIS IMX183
    Pixel Size(µm): 2.4(h) 2.4(v) A/D Bits: 12 Shutter Speed: 0.053 ms to 814 ms
    Interface: USB3 Voltage(VDC): 5 Power(watts): 1.8 W - 3.5 W
    Lens Mount: C Shutter Type: Global Weight(grams): 49
    S/N Ratio(dB): call External Trigger: call Dimensions(mm): 29Lx29Wx29H

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