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e-con Systems announces FRAMEsafe family of USB UVC Cameras

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e-con Systems announces FRAMEsafe family of USB UVC Cameras

August 1, 2019 - e-con Systems Inc., an embedded camera solution provider company, launched the FRAMEsafe, a family of USB UVC Cameras with internal buffer that ensures transfer of images over USB interface. Powered by e-con's proprietaryFloControl technology, FRAMEsafe cameras support on-demand image capture capability which can be controlled from the host application. The effective decoupling of camera image capture from the USB communication allows multiple FRAMEsafe cameras to be used on the same host processor without losing the frames from any camera. FSCAM_CU135 is a first frame buffer camera in the FRAMEsafe camera series.

FSCAM_CU135has a 13 MP resolution-based 1/3.2-inch AR1335, a 1.1-pixel BSI CMOS image sensor from ON Semiconductors and is equipped with a S-mount (M12) lens holder that enables customers to pick a lens of their choice. It is powered by the Xilinx Spartan series FPGA - with on-board DDR memory for storage.

It has 2 Gb DDR3 SDRAM to store and access frames at very high speeds. It can store up to five 13 MP (4208 x 3120) uncompressed UYVY frames, without any streaming disruptions. It is a fit for any mission-critical applications, where host is busy and dropping the data.

FSCAM_CU135 is designed for industries such as 3D scanning, photogrammetry and parking lot management. This camera can be effectively used in clusters; for instance, multiple cameras can be connected to a single host system. The automatic bandwidth sharing feature ensures the streaming of all the connected cameras without any disruptions. It is a fit when hundreds of cameras, with in-built image pre-processing capabilities, need to capture images at various angles of the same object without losing a frame.

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