U3-3070CP Rev.2.2

U3-3070CP Rev.2.2
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Features
  • 2048 x 1536
    3.15 MPix
  • Sony IMX252
    1/1.8" CMOS
  • 114.0 fps
  • USB 3 5.0 Gbps
Variants
 
 

The Sony Pregius IMX252 is together with its little brother IMX265 probably the best CMOS image sensor in the 3 MP class. The USB3 Vision industrial camera U3-3070CP Rev.2.2 with the 1/1.8" global shutter sensor transmits its resolution of 3.15 MPix (2048 x 1536 px px) with a frame rate of 114 fps via the USB interface. In terms of dynamic range, sensitivity and linearity, the camera is second to none and inspires industrial customers in mechanical engineering, metrology and medical technology.

Special functions include 90.0 s long exposure and the linescan mode for using the area scan camera as a cost-effective line scan camera alternative.

The U3-3070CP Rev.2.2 is available in both monochrome and color variants.

This camera model is supported by IDS Vision firmware 2.20 and higher.

Item number
  • U3-3070CP-M-GL Rev.2.2: AB12783
  • U3-3070CP-C-HQ Rev.2.2: AB12782
Camera family CP
Interface USB 3
Interface-Speed 5.00 Gbps
Sensor type CMOS
Sensor manufacturer Sony
Frame rate @ resolution max. 114 fps
Resolution (h x v) 2048 x 1536 px
Optical Area 7.066 mm x 5.299 mm
Shutter Global Shutter
Optical class 1/1.8"
Resolution 3.15 MPix
Pixel size 3.45 µm
IP code IP30
Sensor model IMX252
Product Life Cycle Series
Data sheet

Characteristics

100% quality tested
uEye+ software support
USB3 Vision standard
SuperSpeed USB
5 Gbps
CMOS sensor
C lens mount
Colour correction in camera
Integrated image memory with 128 MB
Industrial standard: 29 x 29 x 29 mm
3 years warranty
Made in Germany

Features

Certifications

CE
FCC
KC
UL listed
RCM
ChinaRoHS EFUP 25
UKCA
Climate neutral
Biotechnology and life sciences

Image processing can be used, for example, to analyze living organisms and biological processes - from swarm behaviour to cell division.

Machine vision

Industrial image processing is used in a wide variety of applications - from quality assurance to automation.

Process control

Cameras check the material supply in the process and are used e.g. for the intermediate and final inspection of products.

Quality assurance

IDS cameras are used in different production phases, e.g. by checking completeness or by detecting defects.

Robotics

With IDS cameras, robots learn to "see" - this enables applications such as bin picking or (de-)palletizing.

Visualisation

Recognize details more accurately - for example, by displaying close-up images on monitors.

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