U3-38J6XLE Rev.1.1

U3-38J6XLE Rev.1.1
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Features
  • 3864 x 2176
    8.41 MPix
  • Sony IMX415
    1/3" CMOS
  • 25.1 fps
  • USB 3 5.0 Gbps
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With 8.41 MPix and 4K resolution (3864 x 2176 px px, 25.1 fps, pixel size 1.45 µm), the practical U3-38J6XLE Rev.1.1 industrial camera is particularly suitable for visualization tasks. With the 2x2 binning feature, it is possible to reduce the amount of data to be transmitted by a factor of four if required, thereby increasing both the light sensitivity and the frame rate. Sony's IMX415 rolling shutter sensor is available in both color and monochrome versions and provides high-resolution data for detailed image analysis.

The compact USB3 camera is available either with a plastic housing with C/CS-mount or S-mount or as a board-level version with or without C/CS-mount or S-mount. It can be used in both industrial and non-industrial applications.

Like all other camera models of the uEye XLE family, the U3-38J6XLE Rev.1.1 is GenICam-compliant and thus compatible with our state-of-the-art SDK IDS peak software.

This housing variant allows the use of particularly small, low-cost S-mount (M12) lenses.

Please note: If you choose a model without filter glass (matchcode component "-NO"), make sure that no dust or other particles get onto the sensor during set-up and use.

Item number
  • U3-38J6XLE-C-HQ Rev.1.2: 1008754
  • U3-38J6XLE-M-GL Rev.1.2: 1008757
Camera family XLE
Interface USB 3
Interface-Speed 5.00 Gbps
Sensor type CMOS
Sensor manufacturer Sony
Frame rate @ resolution max. 25.1 fps
Resolution (h x v) 3864 x 2176 px
Optical Area 5.603 mm x 3.155 mm
Shutter Rolling Shutter
Optical class 1/3"
Resolution 8.41 MPix
Pixel size 1.45 µm
IP code IP30
Sensor model IMX415
Product Life Cycle Series
Data sheet

Characteristics

100% quality tested
uEye+ software support
USB3 Vision standard
SuperSpeed USB
5 Gbps
CMOS sensor
USB Type-C connector
3 years warranty
Made in Germany

Features

Image Acquisition
Image Acquisition
Freerun
Software trigger
Hardware trigger
Trigger controlled exposure
Denoiser
Long exposure
Line scan
Line scan highspeed
Global start
Flashing
Flashing
Flashing
PWM flashing
Image Adjustments
Image Adjustments
Auto exposure
Auto gain
Auto whitebalance
Color correction
Gamma
LUT
Mirror/flip X/Y X/Y
On-board Image Processing
On-board Image Processing
Pixel formats BayerGR10g40IDS BayerGR12g24IDS Mono10g40IDS Mono12g24IDS
Region of interest
Decimation (FPGA)
Decimation (Sensor)
Binning (FPGA)
Binning (Sensor) 2x2
Horizontal and vertical binning can only be applied jointly.
2x2
Horizontal and vertical binning can only be applied jointly.
Others
Others
Chunks
Sequencer
Events
Firmware update
1st supported firmware version 3.2 3.2

Certifications

CE
FCC
KC
UL listed
RCM
ChinaRoHS EFUP 25
UKCA
Medical technology (and laboratory automation)

Image processing is indispensable in medical technology. For instance, IDS cameras provide data for diagnostic purposes in ophthalmology or dentistry.

Embedded systemes

Typical scenarios are the use in portable systems for quality control, in diagnostics, in scanners or drones.

Logistics

Cameras are indispensable in the logistics sector - e.g. for (de-)palletizing tasks, sorting tasks or in autonomous vehicles.

Robotics

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

 

SUITABLE LENSES

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SUITABLE ACCESSORIES

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FRAME RATE CALCULATOR

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