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1.2MP 1/3" MT9M021 GigE Colour Camera with Auto Iris

SKU: DFK 23GM021.I



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Key Features

  • 23G Series Colour Industrial Camera
  • GigE Interface (RJ45)
  • 1/3 inch onsemi CMOS MT9M021 Sensor
  • 1,280×960 (1.2 MP), up to 60 fps
  • Pixel Size: H: 3.75 µm, V: 3.75 µm
  • Global Shutter
  • Auto Iris Control
  • Casing Compatible to Most Analog Cameras
  • Only 29×29×57 mm

What are the benefits of using a GigE interface camera?

GigE is a well-established and trusted technology due to the many protocols available, such as GenlCam. It is well-suited for a wide range of applications, including high-resolution cameras, real-time image processing, and robust data transmission. Furthermore, because of its twisted shielded pairs, this interface does not suffer from interference due to external sources such as RF (Radio Frequencies). GigE enables long range data transfer, with cable lengths of up to 100m, whereas USB is up to 7m (without optical/active cables).

What are the 23G series cameras?

The 23 Series GigE industrial cameras are a compact industrial camera family and the predecessor of the 33 series. These CMOS sensors have a resolution of up to 5MP and are capable of reaching frame rates of up to 60 fps. They are equipped with onsemi sensors, providing a compact and robust design that caters to a wide array of image processing applications.

What is Auto Iris Control?

An Auto Iris Control camera is a camera type that incorporates an automatic iris function, which is the adjustable aperture within the camera lens and is responsible for controlling the amount of light that reaches the camera's image sensor. The camera can adapt to different lighting conditions by automatically adjusting the iris, resulting in correctly exposed images or videos. The Auto Iris is commonly used in CCTV systems as it can adapt to different lighting scenarios.