U3-38C0XCP Rev.1.2

U3-38C0XCP Rev.1.2
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  • 1968 x 1100
    2.16 MPix
  • Sony IMX662
    1/3" CMOS
  • 88.0 fps
  • USB 3 5.0 Gbps

Light sensitivity that goes far beyond the human eye - this is what sensors with Starvis 2 technology from Sony have been designed for. If you choose the tiny industrial camera U3-38C0XCP Rev.1.2 with the 2.16 MPix Rolling Shutter sensor IMX662, you can look forward to exceptional image quality with an impressively high dynamic range thanks to its sophisticated pixel technology. The cost-effective USB3 camera (1968 x 1100, pixel size 2.90 µm) has a C-mount lens mount, delivers fast 88.0 fps and is particularly strong in low-light applications where high sensitivity and low resolution are required.

The 1/3" sensor is also an excellent choice when it comes to minimising disturbing reflections within the camera. It has an anti-reflection coating, which counteracts the so-called "lens flare".

The U3-38C0XCP Rev.1.2 is available as a monochrome or colour version. We recommend using it in combination with our versatile IDS peak SDK.

Please note: If you choose a model without filter glass (monochrome sensor, matchcode component "-NO"), make sure that no dust or other particles get onto the sensor during set-up and use.

Item number
  • U3-38C0XCP-M-NO Rev.1.2: 1009878
  • U3-38C0XCP-C-HQ Rev.1.2: 1009876
  • U3-38C0XCP-M-GL Rev.1.2: 1009877
Camera family XCP
Interface USB 3
Interface-Speed 5.00 Gbps
Sensor type CMOS
Sensor manufacturer Sony
Frame rate @ resolution max. 88.0 fps
Resolution (h x v) 1968 x 1100
Optical Area 5.707 mm x 3.190 mm
Shutter Rolling Shutter
Optical class 1/3"
Resolution 2.16 MPix
Pixel size 2.90 µm
IP code IP30
Sensor model IMX662
Product Life Cycle Series
Data sheet


100% quality tested
Software support for uEye+
USB3 Vision standard
SuperSpeed USB
5 Gbps
CMOS sensor
C lens mount
3 years warranty
Made in Germany



UL listed
ChinaRoHS EFUP 25
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