These release notes describe the changes in IDS Software Suite 4.96.1 which mainly introduces new camera revisions.
IDS Software Suite 4.96.1
New camera families
Given the current worldwide bottleneck situation regarding various electronic and semiconductor components used in a broad variety of products, IDS Imaging Development Systems also faces constraints in manufacturing some of our cameras. To be able to serve you with the products listed below in the future, we will make small modifications in electronics for these cameras. All functionality of the cameras remains fully unchanged.
To be precise: For our GigE uEye cameras of the following CP, FA, SE and LE families, we are offering you alternative hardware revisions step by step and in addition to our established, but unfortunately limited available GigE models. For your projects we recommend to use the new hardware revisions.
- GigE uEye CP Rev.2.2
- GigE uEye FA Rev.1.2
- GigE uEye SE Rev.4.2
- GigE uEye LE Rev.1.2
These GigE uEye cameras are supported by IDS Software Suite 4.96.1 and later versions. These models cannot be operated with any of the previous versions.
In general, we recommend upgrading to the most recent IDS Software Suite version, here 4.96.1, to operate with the latest features and most stable software.
New and changed functions
New command for colour format
New command for
is_SetColorMode: IS_GET_BITS_PER_PIXEL returns the BitsPerPixel count for the current colour format.
New source code demos
There are source code demos available now that demonstrate the use of the
is_Event function and the
- Fixed a bug that installation HALCON interface failed
- Fixed a bug that driver filters DHCP messages incorrectly
- Value range of the Focus AOI was extended on the lower value side
- UI-3370CP / UI-5370CP: Fixed bug that
IS_AOI_IMAGE_GET_SIZE_MAXreturns wrong value and in uEye Demo under Linux the AOI slider shows wrong range
- CMake Find module available
- In IDS line scan, the GigE uEye CP Rev.2 models may lose a line between two images with a pixel clock > 60 MHz.
- UI-313xCP Rev.2: When using the smallest possible AOI in hardware trigger mode, images may be permanently lost.
Last time product support
uEye CCD cameras
All uEye CCD cameras are supported by driver version 4.96.1 for the last time. For specific model numbers see Discontinuation_Letter_Sony_CCD_20150324.pdf
uEye cameras with CMV2000/CMV4000 sensor models
The camera models UI-336xCP, UI-536xCP, UI-337xCP, UI-337xSE, UI-537xCP are supported by driver version 4.96.1 for the last time. For specific part numbers, see PDN_IDS_2022-03-08_uEye_UI-337x_UI-537x.pdf and PDN_IDS_V1.1_2021-04-19_UI-336x_UI-536x.pdf
GigE uEye ACP, USB 3 uEye ACP
All GigE uEye ACP (UI-5xxxACP) and all USB 3 uEye ACP are supported by driver version 4.96.1 for the last time. For specific part numbers, see PDN_IDS_2022-03-08_uEye_ACP_UI.pdf
uEye cameras based on onsemi sensors
The following camera models are supported by driver version 4.96.1 for the last time:
- UI-122xLE and UI-122xSE (USB 2), UI-322xCP (USB 3), UI-522xCP, UI-522xSE and UI-522xRE PoE (GigE), see PDN_IDS_2021-02-25_UI-122x_UI-322x_UI-522x.pdf
- UI-146xLE and UI-146xSE (USB 2), UI-546xSE and UI-546xRE PoE (GigE), see PDN_IDS_2021-02-26_UI-146x_UI-546x.pdf
- UI-155xLE and UI-155xSE (USB 2), UI-555xSE and UI-555xRE PoE (GigE), see PDN_IDS_2020-02-26_UI-155x_UI-555x_UV-155x.pdf
- UI-164xLE and UI-164xSE (USB 2), UI-564xSE and UI-564xRE PoE (GigE), see PDN_IDS_2021-02-26_UI-164x_UI-564x.pdf
UI-3160CP-M-GL Rev.2, UI-3180CP-M-GL Rev.2
The UI-3160CP-M-GL Rev.2 and UI-3180CP-M-GL Rev.2 camera models are supported by driver version 4.96.1 for the last time. The camera models UI-3160CP-M-GL Rev.2.1 and UI-3180CP-M-GL Rev.2.1 are not affected. For more information, see PCN_2018-02-08_Python2000-5000_v1.1.pdf.