Ruggedized GigE cameras perform in dusty and wet environments

Aug. 28, 2009
IDS Imaging has announced the launch of the GigE uEye RE, a line of ruggedized GigE cameras compliant with the IP65/IP67 standards. Besides being able to reliably perform in dusty and wet environments, GigE uEye RE cameras come with the flexibility of the Gigabit Ethernet interface, which allows high-speed image acquisition with cable lengths up to 100 meters.

IDS Imaging has announced the launch of the GigE uEye RE, a line of ruggedized GigE cameras compliant with the IP65/IP67 standards. Besides being able to reliably perform in dusty and wet environments, GigE uEye RE cameras come with the flexibility of the Gigabit Ethernet interface, which allows high-speed image acquisition with cable lengths up to 100 meters. Features include: CCD and CMOS cameras; resolutions up to 10 megapixel; IP65/IP67 compliant; lockable GigE and trigger/strobe connectors; and Windows XP, Vista, and Linux drivers.
IDS Imaging Development Systems
Woburn, Ma
[email protected]
GigE uEye RE models


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PRESS RELEASE

IDS Imaging is proud to announce the launch of the GigE uEye RE, a line of ruggedized GigE cameras compliant with the IP65/IP67 standards. Besides being able to reliably perform in dusty and wet environments, GigE uEye RE cameras come with the flexibility of the Gigabit Ethernet interface. This flexibility allows for high-speed image acquisition with cable lengths up to 100 meters.

Features at a glance:
CCD and CMOS cameras
Resolutions up to 10 Megapixel
IP65 / IP 67 compliant
Lockable GigE and Trigger/Strobe connectors
Windows XP, Vista and Linux drivers
On-the-fly firmware upload
C/C++ SDK
DirectShow and GeniCam support

All uEye cameras use a single driver regardless of the interface. Because of this single driver approach, this new camera line can be easily integrated into existing applications where other USB or GigE uEye cameras are being used, for either single, or multi-camera operation. Further information on the GigE uEye RE models

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