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Raspberry Pi EagleEye smart camera

Raspberry Pi EagleEye smart camera

A Raspberry Pi smart camera has been created using the Pi CM3+ compute module equipped with 16 or 32 GB of flash. The system has been designed to provide a five megapixel camera phone machine vision and robotic applications with two versions available in the form of the Uno and Industrial. The industrial version offers 24V digital input and outputs, circuit protections and support for industrial temperature range. Check out the full specifications below.

The cameras can be controlled using Python or C++ using the popular OpenCV open source computer vision library, or National Instruments LabVIEW Ni Vision software. Prices for the four available kits :

– EagleEye Smart Camera Uno
– Student – 2,990 THB ($98 US)
– Standard – 3,990 THB ($131 US)
– EagleEye Smart Camera Industrial – 4,990 THB ($164)
– EagleEye Smart Camera Industrial Pro with rugged enclosure – 5,990 THB ($197 US)

EagleEye smart camera key features specifications:

– SoM – Raspberry Pi CM3+ with Broadcom BCM2837B0 quad core cortex-A53 processor, 1 GB RAM, and 16GB or 32 GB flash
– Camera – 5 MP OV5647 image sensor, CS/M12 lens holder + 4mm CS lens
– Video Output – mini HDMI port
– Networking – 10/100M Ethernet
– USB – 1x USB 2.0 host port up to 1.2A
– Expansion
– Uno – 4x 3.3V digital input; 4x 3.3V digital output; both via 2.5mm pitch headers
– Industrial – 4x 24V digital inputs; 4x 24V digital outputs ; both via terminal blocks
– Misc – RTC (industrial only), watchdog
– Safety (Industrial version only) – Over-voltage/current/polarity protection, thermal shutdown,Power Supply
– Uno – 5V DC input
– Industrial – 12V-24VDC input; switching power supply
– Temperature Range – Industrial version: -40°C – +85°C

Source: Q Wave:  CNX

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