UI-1220LE Rev. 2 IDS Camera

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USB 2.0, CMOS, 87.0 fps, 752 x 480, 0.36 MPix, 1/3″, ON Semiconductor, Global Shutter


UI-1220LE-C-HQ Rev.2:AB02420(colour)
UI-1220LE-M-GL Rev.2:AB02421(monochrome)

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Camera Feature

The UI-1220LE Rev. 2 is fitted with the ON Semiconductor monochrome or colour WVGA sensor (MT9V032STM/MT9V032STC). The global shutter enables you to capture fast-moving objects. Thanks to the optional HDR (high dynamic range) mode, the CMOS sensor delivers excellent images even in high dynamic, high contrast scenes. The 1/3″ sensor format makes the camera the ideal replacement for standard analog video cameras at no great expense.

Note: This USB 2.0 Rev. 2 camera works reliably on fast USB 3.0 ports.

Extension ring CS-mount to C-mount
The CS-mount version comes with an extension ring which enlarges the flange back distance by 5 mm. This allows use of C-mount lenses with the camera.

Camera Data

Item number
  • UI-1220LE-C-HQ Rev.2: AB02420
  • UI-1220LE-M-GL Rev.2: AB02421
Name      UI-1220LE Rev. 2
Family      LE
Interface      USB 2.0
Sensor type      CMOS
Manufacturer      ON Semiconductor
Frame rate      87.0 fps
Resolution (h x v)      752 x 480
Optical Area      4.512 mm x 2.880 mm
Shutter      Global Shutter
Optical class       1/3″
Resolution       0.36 MPix
Pixel size       6.00 µm
IP code       IP30
Data sheet

Camera Functions

  • 5 second exposure time in trigger and freerun mode
  • High sensitivity in near-infrared range
  • HDR mode with knee points
  • Wide screen format possible


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