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TTL Serial JPEG Camera with NTSC Video

SKU: ZO-883
Model/MPN: PRC06
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TTL Serial JPEG Camera with NTSC Video

  

A much smaller and slimmer design, to be used in security systems and does two main things:

  • Outputs NTSC color video
  • Take snapshots of that video (in color) and transmit them over the TTL serial link at 640x480, 320x240 or 160x120 (Pre-compressed JPEG images)

Has auto-white-balance, auto-brightness, auto-contrast as well as motion detection, and 1-15 meter focal distance by default. Also, transmits at 38400 baud, and perfect security for Dubai, UAE, Oman, and Qatar establishments.

Note: We have these working great with classic Arduino UNOs (and other Atmega328-based 'duinos) but they are not yet MEGA compatible.

Technical Details

  • Module size: 20mm x 28mm
  • Module Weight: 3g
  • Image sensor: CMOS 1/4 inch
  • CMOS Pixels: 30M
  • Pixel size: 5.6um*5.6um
  • Manual focus adjustable from 5 to 15meters
  • Output format: Standard JPEG
  • White balance: Automatic
  • Exposure: Automatic
  • Gain: Automatic
  • Shutter: Electronic rolling shutter
  • SNR: 45DB
  • Dynamic Range: 60DB
  • Max analog gain: 16DB
  • Frame speed: 640*480 30fps
  • Scan mode: Progressive scan
  • Viewing angle: 60 degrees
  • Image size: VGA(640*480), QVGA(320*240), QQVGA(160*120)
  • Baud rate: Default 38400
  • Current draw: 75mA
  • Operating voltage: DC +3-5V (the power pin is marked 3.3V but it goes into a 3-5V input regulator so you can power it with 3-5VDC)
  • Communication: 3.3V TTL (Three wire TX, RX, GND)

We have a fairly full-featured Arduino library with examples that demonstrate how to use the camera
The datasheet for the DSP processor itself (not terribly useful for the module but good for reference
This is the DSP management tool (windows only sorry!) it allows you to tweak pretty much everything on the camera as well as test it out via a serial port
A basic python sketch that will let you snag a image over a serial port - good for testing when you cant use the DSP tool above
This is the 'protocol cheat sheet' for the sensor its a little crummy - we suggest reading our library code and porting it instead of trying to do it from scratch with this sheet

Check out our detailed tutorial on how to use this camera module with an Arduino (and in general

Fabien's Netduino + Camera tutorial

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