UI-5272SE Rev. 4

UI-5272SE Rev. 4
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Features
  • 2056 x 1542
    3.17 MPix
  • Sony IMX265
    1/1.8" CMOS
  • 36.0 fps
  • GigE
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Arguably the best CMOS image sensor in the 3 MP class. The UI-5272SE GigE industrial camera with the 1/1.8" global shutter IMX265 sensor from Sony offers a resolution of 3.2 MP (2056 x 1542 pixels) at a frame rate of 38 fps via the GigE interface. In terms of dynamic range, sensitivity, and linearity, the camera is unrivaled and is enthusiastically received by industrial customers in mechanical engineering, measuring technology, and medical technology.

The IDS Software Suite includes a number of special features, such as 30 second long exposure as well as line scan mode for using the area scan camera as a cost-effective alternative to a line scan camera.

The UI-5272SE board level camera without lens holder is available in a colour or monochrome version.

Compact and robust: The uEye SE ("Standard Edition") is the all-round industrial camera with a broad sensor portfolio and countless variants. It has proven itself in industrial use for over a decade. It is consistently designed to support even large-format and fast CMOS sensors. The cameras deliver data at full GigE speed and, thanks to PoE ("Power over Ethernet"), also enable single-cable operation up to 100 meters. In addition, the cameras can be operated with an external 12-24 V power source.
In addition to the screwable RJ45 network connector, the uEye SE GigE cameras have an 8-pin Hirose connector for trigger and flash (optically decoupled) as well as two GPIOs (each with 3.3 V), which enable numerous industrial applications.

All uEye SE models are available either as a housing variant with a special, extremely dust-tight sensor seal or as a board level camera with various lens mount options. The range of applications is therefore very wide and covers fields such as automation, mechanical engineering, the packaging industry and traffic monitoring.

Maximum GigE transfer rate!

Single cable operation up to 100 m

The uEye SE cameras can be operated either with 12-24 V or alternatively via Power-over-Ethernet (PoE). PoE enables practical single-cable operation up to a maximum length of 100m. The host PC load is also significantly reduced by pixel pre-processing (e.g. definable LUT and gamma) in the camera.

Extremely versatile!

For virtually all applications

The uEye SE cameras are available in different versions - including compact, sturdy metal housings and practical board level versions with or without front flange. This makes them a popular choice for a wide range of applications.

Very large selection!

Wide range of sensors

Users can choose from a large number of modern CMOS sensors with a wide range of resolutions that make optimum use of the GigE interface.

Item number
  • UI-5272SE-C Rev.4: AB02131
  • UI-5272SE-M Rev.4: AB02132
Name UI-5272SE Rev. 4
Camera family SE
Interface GigE
Sensor type CMOS
Sensor manufacturer Sony
Frame rate 36.0 fps
Resolution (h x v) 2056 x 1542
Optical Area 7.093 mm x 5.320 mm
Shutter Global Shutter
Optical class 1/1.8"
Resolution 3.17 MPix
Pixel size 3.45 µm
IP code No
Data sheet
100% quality tested
Calibrated
1 software for all cameras
IDS Software Suite
Plug & Play
GigE interface
CMOS sensor
Power-Over-Ethernet
Colour correction in camera
Integrated image memory with 128 MB
Made in Germany
Machine vision

Industrial image processing is used in a wide variety of applications - from quality assurance to automation.

Traffic and transport (ITS)

Keeping an eye on everything - IDS cameras recognize vehicles, check the traffic flow or help with rail and road inspections.

Medical technology (and laboratory automation)

Image processing is indispensable in medical technology. For instance, IDS cameras provide data for diagnostic purposes in ophthalmology or dentistry.

Embedded systemes

Typical scenarios are the use in portable systems for quality control, in diagnostics, in scanners or drones.

Mechanical engineering

From inspection on the production line to controlling entire systems - camera technology helps to ensure smooth processes.

Biotechnology and life sciences

Image processing can be used, for example, to analyse living organisms and biological processes - from swarm behaviour to cell division.

Small device construction

Compact and powerful - IDS cameras can be easily integrated into small devices such as handheld scanners or other portable systems.

Pharma and healthcare

By using cameras, it is possible to check e.g. whether packaging is correctly filled and printed or whether there are any impurities.

 

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