Labomed iVu-Touch Camera

The iVu Touch camera is a 5 MP high-definition CMOS solution that integrates the cameras sensor into a compact screen nearly 10 inches in size. A super fast frame rate and superb contrast with high accuracy in color reproduction set this solution apart. HD video streaming, and an SD card interface make the system versatile, with an onboard USB port to control features using a mouse.  Additionally, measurement and parameter settings may be controlled directly on screen. This truly is an all-in-one solution.

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Streamline Routine Imaging and Documentation Tasks


PixelPro Image Capture Software makes still and video capturing simple. A modern and easy to navigate user interface allows both teachers and students to quickly identify critical control functions, and to archive and annotate images with complete ease.

Package Contents

– iVu Touch Camera

– PixelPro Image Capture Software

– USB 3.0 Cable (6ft)

Warranty Information

– 2 Year Camera

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Labomed iVu Touch
Sensor 1/2.5” 5.0 MP Color CMOS
Active area 5.70mm x 4.28mm
Sensor resolution Dynamic 2304×1728 / 4608×3456 pixels
Static 4608×3456 pixels
Pixel Size 2.8μm x 2.8μm
A/D conversion 24 Bit RGB
Pixel clock 48 MHz
Dynamic range 60 dB
Max. Exposure 1ms-1s auto/manual, white balancing, electronic rolling shutter
Frame rate 30 fps (@1920×1080)
Image processing High speed FPGA, progressive scan, advanced noise reduction
Interface USB 2.0, SD card, USB for wifi mouse
Optical connection C- Mount
Voltage supply DC-12V
Funtions Full measurement capabilities
Ambient conditions Operating Temperature: 0-60˚C
Humidity: 45-85%
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