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CameraLink 2/3 inch monochrome progressive scan CCD camera
1392 (h) x 1040 (v) 6.45µm square pixels
Partial scan to 1/2, 1/4 and 1/8 for higher frame rate
Setup by switches or serial control (short ASCII commands)

2/3" CameraLink monochrome IT CCD sensor, full frame double speed, 24 frames/sec. shutter: 1/24 - 1/10,000 sec., full frame low speed shutter: 1/6 - 2 sec., sensitivity on sensor: 0.1 lux (max. gain, 50% video), temperature: -5ºC to +45ºC, 12V DC, HxWxD: 40x50x90 mm

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NI Compatible Products
NI - Compatible Hardware 
778315-01 NI PCI-1428/PXI-1428 image acquisition device
779191-01NI PCIe-1429 image acquisition device
779210-01 NI PCI-1426 image acquisition device
779479-01NI PCIe-1430 image acquisition device
779706-01NI PCIe-1427 image acquisition device
NI - Cable P/N 
187676-02Camera Link Cable 2 m
Camera File 
JAI CV-M4+CL (38 kb)Camera File for use with NI-IMAQ 2.5.5 or later
Created by: NI Certified Created on: 4/10/03
JAI's data sheet Data sheet in PDF format
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Compatibility Report 
JAI CV-M4+CL (3 kb)Compatibility Report for use with NI-IMAQ 2.5.5 or later
Created by: NI Certified 4/10/03

Note to IE Users: If camera files are opening as text in your browser, you can cause them to instead download with an option to save as a file by associating .icd files in Windows to open in a program like Notepad. This will save you from having to copy text in the browser and manually create and save the file. Here are instructions to do this:
  • create a text file on your desktop and rename it to have the .icd extension (you may be alerted about the file type - just click Yes to continue)
  • right-click on your new file, select Open, and choose the option to "Select from a list of programs"
  • choose Notepad from the list of programs, select the option to "Always use the selected program to open this kind of file", and open the file
  • Windows will now associate that file type with Notepad, and clicking Camera File links will download and save as desired