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High Speed Vision Camera

When production stops on high speed manufacturing lines, every minute of downtime can impact a company’s bottom line. IVC’s high speed solution is ideal for monitoring and identifying equipment failures on high speed conveyor belts, production and packaging lines, and robotic assembly lines, across a range of industries.


HS-3430-1 | High speed video for industrial applications

IVC’s HS-3430-1 is a high speed GigE machine vision camera that features a Sony IMX287 CMOS sensor. At full resolution, this camera runs 250 frames per second. With a smaller region of interest, higher frame rates are possible. The HS-3430-1 is an ideal replacement for legacy CCD models. The camera is housed in a small form factor industrial grade enclosure. It is ideal for use in harsh industrial conditions. The enclosure is rated IP66.

PoE compliant, single cable installation makes the camera easy to install.

Key Features:

  • IEEE 802.3af compliant PoE
  • Rated IP66 for all weather applications
  • Sony color imager
  • 728 × 544 resolution
  • 12mm lens
  • Suitable for harsh environments


Imager1/2.9” Sony IMX287 CMOS
Pixel size6.90 μm × 6.90 μm
Lens mountC-Mount
ADC12 bit
Image buffer (RAM)64 MByte
Quantum efficiency at 529 nm64 %
Temporal dark noise3.2 eˉ
Saturation capacity21200 eˉ
Dynamic range74.4 dB
Focal Length12 mm
Absolute sensitivity threshold4.1 eˉ
YUV color pixel formatsYUV411Packed, YUV422Packed, YUV444Packed
RGB color pixel formatsRGB8Packed, BGR8Packed
Raw pixel formatsBayerRG8, BayerRG12, Bayer- RG12Packed
EthernetIEEE 802.3 1000BASE-T
Resolution728 (H) × 544 (V)
I/O1 input, 3 outputs
Frame Rate250 fps
Weight3 lbs.
Voltage Required12 to 24 VDC or,
IEEE 802.3af compliant PoE
Power Consumption2.43 W at 12 VDC; 2.69 W PoE
Operating Temperature+5 °C to +45 °C
Dimensions2.5” D x 7.25” L
13” with mount arm fully extended




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