Austria, November-2019, Entner Electronics announces a new
software programmable camera with a remote head for 4K
imaging. The low mass and compact outline of this camera make it an ideal solution for security and surveillance applications in unmanned systems.

The UC-200FE is a remote head camera with proprietary electronics and a high-quality digital zoom function for unprecedented image quality. The camera has an exceptional low latency and provides the most common interface including HDMI, LVDS, USB and Ethernet.

Additional interface electronics is therefore not required and multiple GPIO’s are available to synchronize with other system components or external controls.

The very small sensor-head utilizes a 13 Megapixel EXMOR RS sensor for high sensitivity and low noise 4k imaging. The industry-standard M12 lens mount allows for the use of a wide variety of lenses that are off-the-shelf available.

A digital pan-tilt-zoom function is available to zoom into specific regions of interests. To cope with a bright spot (e.g. when viewing toward the sunny horizon) the camera features a free programmable reference area for the auto-exposure algorithm.

The UC-200FE camera is compatible with the industry-standard VISCA protocol to allow for hassle-free upgrading of existing imaging systems. A powerful and free programmable ARM-based processor with Linux OS offers the user the possibility to extend the camera’s functionality.
Entner started shipping the UC-200FE camera and offers special R&D-Kits to support a hassle-free evaluation.

About Entner Electronics

Founded in 2003 and based in Sulz – Austria, Entner Electronics has built considerable competences and a proven track-record around the development and series manufacturing of highly integrated camera-modules with motorized optics and advanced video processing boards that allows for easy system integration. Entner serves customers worldwide with off-the-shelf products and customized solutions for use in unmanned systems, digital microscopy, medical diagnostics and process monitoring.

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