Lumenera’s and Lw135R digital cameras have improved noise performance over their predecessors. These redesigned research-grade cameras accumulate very little dark current noise making them ideal for OEM applications that require long integration times including gel documentation, microplate readers, PCR, cell counting and machine vision. High sensitivity allows these cameras to be deployed in the most light-challenged applications. With a fully global electronic shutter and small image integration time, this camera can capture high-speed motion images with no blur. The scientific grade option (-SCI) is built under a strictly controlled clean room environment to ensure that there are no visible defects found in the optical path. This is a key requirement for applications using collimated light sources, including custom and OEM microscopy. Board level (Lw135R) as well as custom form factors also available.
The Lw135R utilizes a high quality CCD sensor providing great color images in the visible light spectrum, while still being sensitive in the Near Infrared (NIR) (with the -WOIR option). Full streaming of uncompressed video along with still image captures are easily controlled through a set of stable, reliable USB device drivers. Region of interest and binning modes allow the camera to run at faster frame rates while only providing the image data you need. Image capture synchronization is achievable using either a hardware or software trigger and is complemented by 32 MB of onboard memory for frame buffering to ensure delivery of each image to your application.
The Lumenera Camera SDK provides a full suite of features and functions that allow you to maximize the performance of your camera within your application. The SDK is compatible with all USB and GigE-based cameras. Microsoft DirectX/DirectShow, Windows API and .NET API interfaces are provided allowing you the choice of application development environments from C/C++ to VB.NET or C#.NET. Full inline IntelliSense autocompletion and documentation is provided with the .NET API interface and is accompanied by a full API manual describing all the camera functions and properties.
|Image Sensor||½” Interline Sony ICX205, color or mono, progressive scan CCD sensor,
7.6 x 6.2 mm array
|Effective Pixels||1392 x 1040, 4.65 μm square pixels|
|Frame Rate||15 fps at 1392 x 1040, 22 fps with binning (2 to 4 x)|
|Sensitivity||2.5 DN(nJ/cm2) [at 8-bit, 1 x gains]|
|Dynamic Range||60 dB|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||12.250 x 3.850 x 1.374 inch / 50.8 x 63.5 x 42.9 mm (board level)|
|Mass||~130g (board level)|
|Power Requirement||USB bus, optional external 5 V DC, 500 mA (not included)|
|Power Consumption||~2.5 W|
|Operating Temperature||0 to +50°C|
|Operating Humidity||5 to 95 %, non-condensing|
|Interface Connector||Standard USB cable|
(Lens not included)
|C-mount (CS-mount option)|