The Twiga USB3.0 TV80 0031-L interface board is used to transmit non-compressed video images from a Tamron MP1010M-VC, MP1110 & MP2030 module to a computer, an Odroid platform or a Nvidia Jetson TK1, TX1, TX2. (Windows /Linux) platform.
You will take advantage of new visualisation, processing and transfer solutions by using the network streaming possibilities.
Flexible and low cost, the USB3.0 interface can be used for many industrial image applications.
The three essential functions of the camera are provided by a single cable:
|Digital video output||USB3.0|
|Video output resolution||up to 1080p30|
|Camera control settings||USB3.0 - UVC 1.1 via Tamron control software|
|Power supply||USB3.0 cable or 6 to 12V DC, 6W (including camera)|
|Operating temperature||0°C to 60°C|
|Storage temperature||0°C to 60°C|
|Regulations||EMC FCC part 15, PCB : UL 94 V0|
|Dimensions (mm)||48 (H) x 45 (W) x 11 (D)|
|USB3.0 interface board for Tamron||Link to documentation|
One cable, up to 8 meters long provides power to the camera, controls and collects the video stream up to 1080p30 format. This allows easy implementation of image capture solution on most computers with a USB3.0 port.
The camera drivers are UVC-compliant (USB Video Class) revision 1.1. The camera connected with the USB3.0 interface TV10 0029 is recognized by Windows and LINUX OS as a High Definition Webcam. This allows the direct use of standard software visualization and image capture (VLC, Amcap, VirtualDub ..), image processing, streaming (Skype) or programming applications using the DirectShow library.
Compatible with every computer platforms and also with embedded systems that have a USB3.0 port, the Twiga TV10 0029 interface board enables easy implementation of image capture solutions.
There are many applications which use a PC/camera USB3.0 connection in multiple areas such as medical (microscopy, robotics, pharmaceutical), factory automation (electronics manufacturing), security (tolling, speed control, parking control), public safety (facility monitoring, crime prevention, retail surveillance) and also broadcasting, interactive multimedia, sports and motion.