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Home Industrial-camera USB2-Camera MER-130-30UM, MT9M001, 1280x1024, 30fps, 1/1.8", Rolling shutter, CMOS, Mono

MER-130-30UM, MT9M001, 1280x1024, 30fps, 1/1.8", Rolling shutter, CMOS, Mono

MER-130-30UM, MT9M001, 1280x1024, 30fps, 1/1.8", Rolling shutter, CMOS, Mono

* USB2.0 Interface * With I/O * 29x29x29mm *

Product number

MER-130-30UM 

Default delivery time

Economy 4-6, standard 2-3, express 1-2 weeks

€ 108,00
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USB2 Vision Camera

 

The Mercury USB2.0 camera series is an industrial vision camera, with an USB2.0 interface. USB2.0 is the most price competitive interface regarding industrial machine vision cameras.
This model is interesting for you when your application complies with the following conditions:
-    An inexpensive industrial camera
-    Maximum cable length of 5 meters
-    Only one cable is required to connect the device
-    Dimensions are: 29x29x29mm
-    Optional hardware triggering

If more details are required, the manual can be consulted.

Specification MER-130-30UM

Color/Mono Mono
Resolution 1280x1024
Sensor Type  MT9M001
Optical Size 1/1.8"
Pixel Size 5.2um
Frame rate 30fps
Shutter type Rolling Shutter
ADC Bith Depth 10bit
Pixel Bit Depth 8bit, 10bit
Shutter time 288us~1s
Pixel Data Formats Mono8/Mono10
Synchronization Hardware trigger, software trigger
I/O 1 opto-isolated input line and 1 opto isolated output line, 1 GPIO
Operating Temp. 0??45?
Operating Humidity 10%?80%
Power Consumption <1W
Lens Mount C
Dimensions 29x29x29mm
Weight 42g
Software Windows XP/7/8/10 32 and 64 bit
Data Interface USB2.0
Programmable control Image size, gain, Exposure time, trigger polarity, flash polarity etc.
Conformity CE, GenICam
 







































 

 


Monochrome Camera

 

A black and white camera, also known as a monochrome camera, offers advantages in a variety of applications. While the market for security and telephony focusses on color cameras, the industrial market utilizes the advantages of black and white cameras. Black and white cameras are very light sensitive, provide sharp images and reduces data compared to color. This makes it ideal for the processing of images. By selecting the right color as your light source and lens filter, a black and white camera can utilize the product its characteristics. Hereby men can create images with a large contrast and a high resolution.

 

With I/O

 

The I/O connector from a USB camera is an 8 pin HR25 Hirose connector, which is a standard in the industrial machine vision market. This camera has an input that can be used as a hardware trigger for the device. The output of the camera can be used to trigger a light source, for example: LED. Furthermore, the camera has two GPIO’s (General Purpose Input/ Output) which can be programmed by using our SDK. The electrical diagrams to use the I/O connector are provided in the manual.
 
Information sensor manufacturer:
(Please note that not all sensor features may be implemented)
Featurues: Array Format (5:4): 1,280H x 1,024V (1,310,720 active pixels). Total (incl. dark pixels): 1,312H x 1,048V (1,374,976 pixels), Frame Rate: 30 fps progressive scan; programmable, Shutter: Electronic Rolling Shutter (ERS) , Window Size: SXGA; programmable to any smaller format (VGA, QVGA, CIF, QCIF, etc.)
Programmable Controls: Gain, frame rate, frame size. Applications: Digital still cameras, Digital video cameras, PC cameras, General Description. The ON Semiconductor MT9M001 is an SXGA-format with a 1/2-inch CMOS active-pixel digital image sensor. The active imaging pixel array of 1,280H x 1,024V. It incorporates sophisticated camera functions on-chip such as windowing, column and row skip mode, and snapshot mode. It is programmable through a simple two-wire serial interface. This megapixel CMOS image sensor features ON Semiconductor’s breakthrough low-noise CMOS imaging technology that achieves CCD image quality (based on signal-to-noise ratio and low-light sensitivity) while maintaining the inherent size, cost, and integration advantages of CMOS.

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