UI-3090SE

USB 3.1 Gen. 1, CMOS, 50.0 fps, 4104 x 2174, 8.92 MPix, 1", Sony, Global Shutter
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UI-3090SE

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The USB 3.1 Gen 1 UI-3090SE industrial camera with integrated Sony IMX255 global shutter CMOS sensor satisfies all industrial requirements: high resolution, high frame rates, noiseless image reproduction. Its readout noise and dark current values are among the lowest on the entire sensor market. Its sensitivity in the near infrared range renders a special NIR variant obsolete. Its capability to deliver 4K images make the UI-3090SE suitable for special tasks in industrial machine vision and traffic surveillance. In situations with conventional traffic cameras, where one camera must be installed for each lane of traffic, the UI-3090SE can capture several lanes with a single camera and at the same resolution. Further extra features implemented by IDS include, among others: Long time exposure, up to 30 seconds, overlap trigger, line scan mode or sequencer mode.

The UI-3090SE is available in both monochrome and colour variants.

IDS Software SuiteThe IDS Software Suite is an identical software package for all IDS cameras. It supports all sensor features. For Windows and Linux (32 and 64 bit)

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Name UI-3090SE
Family SE
Interface USB 3.1 Gen. 1
Sensor type CMOS
Manufacturer Sony
Frame rate 50 fps
Resolution (h x v) 4104 x 2174
Optical Area 14.158 mm x 7.500 mm
Shutter Global Shutter
Optical class 1"
Resolution 8.92 MPix
Pixel size 3.45 µm
IP code IP30
  • Global shutter CMOS sensor
  • 1” area sensor with 3.45 µm pixel size
  • Optimized 2nd generation pixels from the Sony Pregius series
  • Excellent sensitivity in the NIR range
  • 8.9 megapixels (4104 x 2174 px), aspect ratio 17:9
  • Full resolution at 50 fps (USB 3.1 Gen 1)
  • 8, 10 and 12 bits per pixel
  • Sequencer, binning, overlap trigger
  • Long time exposure up to 30 seconds, shortest exposure time ~40 µs (IDS Software Suite)
  • Available in colour or monochrome version
  • Classic machine vision applications
  • Process automation
  • Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS)
  • Medical technology and laboratory automation
  • Biosciences and life sciences