Key features & benefits of ADIS1700x Vision Sensing Camera Module

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The ADIS1700x is a complete camera within a small form factor board using a single USB 2.0 connector interface. The ADIS1700x provides a 110° horizontal field of view (HFOV) lens. It includes a tri-axial accelerometer for image stabilization, tilt and impact detection. The ADIS1700x combines industry-leading logarithmic sensitive video imaging technology with digital signal processing and an IMU that optimizes video performance.

 

The ADIS1700x provides a simple, cost effective method for integrating video sensor, digital signal processing, and IMU into industrial systems, especially when compared with the complexity and investment associated with discrete designs. All optical calibrations are part of the production process at the factory, greatly reducing system-commissioning time. The USB 2.0 and software API provide a simple interface for video collection and configuration control.

 

Key features and benefits:
• Low power QVGA imager with logarithmic sensitivity
        o 130dB dynamic range
        o Edge detection and homography analytics algorithm for tracking and counting object motion
• Low power ADSP Blackfin® digital signal processing
        o 512Mb LPDDR SRAM for advanced algorithms
• Image Stabilization
        o Tri-axial digital accelerometer, up to ±16 g dynamic range
• Autonomous operation and data collection
       o Configurable boot-loader installed within flash memory
• Factory calibrated optical focus and alignment
• Conformal coated for environmental mitigation
• Designed to be FCC recognized:
       o FCC CFR 47 Part 15, Subpart B, class B
• Programmable operation and control for custom video analytics firmware
• Secure authentication option available
• USB 2.0 compliant interface for data, supply, ground
• Single-supply: 4.75V-5.25V via ruggedized USB 2.0
• Operating temperature range: −40°C to +85°C
• 10kV ESD interface protection

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