Back-illuminated (BSI) CMOS Sensor
The SV305 uses an extremely sensitive CMOS sensor, the Sony IMX290. This sensor has very high QE, and very low (0.7e-) read noise, which improved sensitivity in the visible-light and near infrared light regions for industrial applications.
128MB DDR Buffer
The SV305 has a built-in 128MB DDRII image buffer. The benefit of the image buffer is that the memory will cache the image and transfer it to the computer when the USB interface is not busy or being interrupted, and the frame will not be lost or corrupted. This buffer also allows a slower computer with USB 2.0 socket to capture every frame without loss even if the USB socket is occasionally busy with other peripherals. This buffer also makes it possible to run multiple cameras using one computer without USB transfer problems.
Any Area ROI Support
The SV305 has ROI function. A smaller region of interest (ROI) is read out from the sensor, leaving the image scale of the object being imaged, unchanged. Allow arbitrary resolutions to be set.
The SV305 camera offers 8 bit RAW output or 12 bit.
Svbony SV305 works with Windows, Linux, Mac OS and Raspberry Pi system.
>Windows system with Sharpcap software （version 3.2.6433 and latest version)
>Raspberry Pi & Linux system with AstroDMx capture for Linux （Version 0.78.3 and Latest Version）
>PHD2 Software for Guiding (Version v2.6.9dev1 and Latest Version）
> Mac OS with AstroDMx capture for Linux (version 0.84.7 ), macOS 10.11 and above.
Sensor 1/2.8" CMOS SONY IMX290
Pixel Size 2.9X2.9μm
Resolution 2 Mega Pixels 1920X1080
Shutter Electronic Shutter
Max FPS 130fps（320*240）
Video encoding format RAW
ADC 12 bit
ROI support Any area ROI
On camera image buffer 128M DDR buffer
Optic window AR protect glass
Interface USB 2.0
Material Aluminum alloy
Supported OS Windows, Linux, Raspberry Pi & Mac OS
Power Consumption 200mA@5V
Working Temperature -0°C~45°C
Storage Temperature -10°C~60°C
Working Relative Humidity 20%~80%
Storage Relative Humidity 20%~95%
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