Compact Modular Cameras For Robust Applications

Source: First Sensor AG

Compact Modular Cameras For Robust Applications

First Sensor offers a family of rugged, compact cameras designed to withstand the toughest conditions, such as extreme heat, cold, or permanent vibrations. Each camera features a modular design with different interfaces and data formats for simple integration. All cameras can be adapted quickly and flexibly to customer-specific requirements.

Request Information

Embedded Area View

The Embedded Area View application system is the latest technology of driver assistance systems based on long-term experience in automotive CMOS cameras. It includes an Embedded Control Unit (ECU) that meets embedded and automotive requirements, and can facilitate up to six 2.0 MPix cameras to support difficult automotive environments, such as in large vehicles and vehicles with limited driver vision. Download the brochure below, and check out the introductory video.

Click Here To Download:

Blue Eagle Cameras

The Blue Eagle digital megapixel cameras feature extremely large dynamic ranges greater than 100 dB for high brightness differences and low light conditions. Rugged housings make these cameras able to withstand the toughest conditions. The cameras deliver wide ranges of digital data interfaces for easy and flexible integration into automotive on-board networks and driver assistance systems. Download the datasheets for the available models below.

Click Here To Download:

Red Hawk Cameras

The Red Hawk cameras are analog cameras with screw thread that are especially designed for mobile video surveillance applications. The cameras feature rugged housings for withstanding the toughest conditions, and a programmable interface allowing for individual brightness adaptation settings and mirror functions. Download the datasheet for more features and specifications.

Click Here To Download:

Need More Information? Just Ask.

Click the button below to directly contact the supplier. Use it to:

  • Ask a question.
  • Request more detailed information or literature.
  • Discuss your current project/application.
  • Request a quote.
  • Locate a distributor in your area.
  • Schedule a demo.
Request Information