Industrial USB3 cameras with up to 26MP and 860fps are available from GeT Cameras inc.. These are utilized in applications such as industrial, medicinal, and machine vision. Our cameras meet the "USB3 Vision" industrial standard. A CMOS or CCD image sensor is used in the industrial USB camera. Cameras with and without housing are available (USB3 board-level camera). For high-volume OEM projects, the USB3 board-level camera series is ideal.
The camera's measurements are 29x29x29mm. An industrial USB camera with or without digital in and output (I/O) is available. An item number that ends in ("-L") indicates a USB camera without I/O. The "-L" versions are only available on request.
An Industrial USB3 Camera with Embedded Vision?
The following Embedded platforms are compatible with our USB3 cameras:
Raspberry Pi 3 and 4, Odroid, NVIDIA Jetson TX1, TX2, Nano and Tegra TK1 Developer boards with an ARMv7 or ARMv8 processor, such as UP-Board
Developer boards with an Intel X86 platform, such as UP-Board
We provide the following tools to support these platforms:
Example scripts in C++, C#, and Python
Drivers for Linux and Android
See also how to attach a USB3 camera to a Raspberry Pi in our example.
For an Industrial USB3.0 Camera, Cables and USB Hubs
The bandwidth of these USB3 cameras is 400 megabytes per second. As a result, a large amount of data is delivered to the computer via the USB3 cord. As a result, it's critical to utilize a USB3 cable that has been certified. Cheaper USB3 cables are frequently of poor quality, resulting in inefficient use of bandwidth.
As a result, the system becomes unstable. All USB3 cables sold in our online store have been officially certified by Daheng Imaging and are guaranteed to work with all of our industrial USB 3.0 cameras.
The maximum cable length for USB3 is 4.6 meters. Active extender cables and USB hubs can be used to cross further distances.
Does the Industrial USB3 Camera work on my Computer's USB Port?
The computer's USB3 chip is an important feature that is frequently overlooked. Instable bandwidth is common on older computers with first-generation USB3 connections. Some older PCs may not work properly with USB3, although the newer generation of computers with USB3 ports do not have any concerns.
Of course, a USB3 controller with four USB3 ports can be used to augment your current computer system. Daheng Imaging has validated our USB3 controllers. This ensures a steady image transmission while also allowing you to connect many industrial USB cameras to a single PC. If you want to learn more about this, go to our Knowledge Center and look up the USB3 connection article.
WHAT IS THE DISTINCTION BETWEEN USB2 AND USB3?
USB2.0 is an older version of the USB standard than USB3. With a maximum bandwidth of 400 gigabytes per second, USB3 is an ideal interface for high-resolution and high-speed cameras. This is ten times the speed of USB2 and four times the speed of GigE. A USB3 port is currently found on practically every PC and almost all developer boards. USB 3.0 cameras require less processing power than USB2 cameras, and there are more USB3 cameras available. USB3 is the successor to USB2, which indicates that USB2 is no longer being developed. On the other hand, the development of industrial USB 3.0 cameras is well underway. So, if a USB3 camera is within your price range, you should absolutely consider it.
Software and DirectShow Development Kit (SDK)
The industrial USB3 cameras from Daheng Imaging are USB3 Vision compatible. The European Machine Vision Association created the USB3 Vision Standard (EMVA). Daheng Imaging is a member of both the EMVA and the AIA (Automated Imaging Association).
The AIA is in charge of the USB3 Vision protocol's future development and administration. Our industrial USB 3.0 cameras can communicate with all standard image processing software packages thanks to this established protocol. Matlab, Halcon, Adaptive Vision, and Labview are among examples.
A free SDK is also available for this camera. You can easily control and alter parameters with the aid of our SDK. The SDK includes example programs in the Python, DotNet, C++, and C# programming languages. This enables a straightforward integration into your applications.
Commercial programs detect our cameras as a "webcam" thanks to our DirectShow driver for Microsoft Windows. After installing the driver in programs like Skype and Ispy, the camera will work automatically.
Questions about these USB3 Cameras?
Are you thinking about purchasing an industrial USB3 camera but have a few questions? Or would you like assistance in choosing the best USB camera? Please do not hesitate to contact us at that time; we are ready to assist you.