Basler's Embedded Vision Camera Modules enable versatile embedded camera applications. They can be connected to a minicomputer or even directly to a SoC chipset or FPGA processor. You can take advantage of Basler camera modules in a variety of applications from medical devices to code readers or stereo camera systems
Camera modules are available with USB 3.0, BCON for MIPI and BCON for LVDS interfaces. Basler's pylon Camera Software Suite facilitates software development by providing a unified software interface (API) for camera configuration and image capture across all interfaces. Basler's camera modules, of course, offer excellent quality, as well as compatibility with industrial machine vision standards and GenICam.
The BCON for MIPI interface developed by Basler is designed for rapid integration with devices that incorporate the MIPI CSI-2 standard video interface. Depending on the model, image preprocessing is done either on the host's ISP circuitry, allowing for highly integrated embedded applications to be built, or in the camera's own FPGA circuitry, providing flexibility in application design. Currently, dart MIPI camera modules are compatible with Qualcomm Snapdragon SoCs and NXP i.MX 8 series processor cards.
|Interface||BCON for MIPI|
|Power consumption||0,6 W|
|Frame rate max||60 fps|
|Resolution max||2560 x 1920 px|
|Sensor supplier||ON Semiconductor|
|Pixel size||2.2 x 2.2 µm|
|Lens barrel||Bare board|
|Approvals||CE, FCC, GenICam, RoHS, UL, EAC|