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The uEye UI-6240HE-M is a monochrome SXGA Gigabit Ethernet camera offering outstanding performance for industrial applications. With a 1280 x 1024 pixel resolution it is capable of speeds of 15 frames per second at full resolution or higher frame rates with binning and Area Of Interest (AOI). With Gigabit Ethernet it is capable of transferring 2.5 times more image data than a USB2 camera and can do so over a cable length of 100m. The Gigabit Ethernet uEye provides for high performance machine vision and image processing applications at a cost effective price.

The UI-6240HE-M is equipped with a C-mount lens adapter with adjustable back-focus distance. The symmetrical housing permits mounting at 90/180 degrees without having to create new mount brackets. In addition to trigger input and a strobe output, it features an RS232 interface and two General Purpose Input/Output (GPIO) ports that can be used either as digital inputs or digital outputs.

With its GigE architecture, the UI-6240HE-M is ideally suited for use with PC, Notebook and Embedded Systems and where long cable lengths are required for factory automation. The UI-6240HE-M is best suited to applications where motion or low light levels are factors and where the image quality cannot be compromised.

Model UI-6240HE-M
Resolution 1280 x 1024
Sensor 1/2" CCD with Global Shutter
Colour/Monochrome Monochrome
Pixel Size 4.65 x 4.65µm
Video Output Gigabit Ethernet
Max. Line/Frame Rate 15 fps using full frame mode or 38 fps using AOI
Memory -
Pixel Clock 5 - 30MHz
Shutter Speed 83µsec - 1.46sec
Optical Size 5.95 x 4.76mm
Dimensions 38 x 38 x 89.5mm
Weight 170g

iDS UI-6240HE-M Datasheet




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