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Sony IMX547 Camera Kit Color

The Sony IMX547 Camera Kit is available in color or monochrome for the Kria KR260 Robotics Starter Kit, compatible with the 10GigE Vision Camera App. Based on the Sony Pregius S IMX547 5MP sensor, the kit interfaces to the KR260, leveraging FRAMOS SLVS-EC Rx IP and enabling users to develop their own high-performance, high-speed, and high-resolution machine vision applications.

Overview

A must-have for the Kria KR260 Robotics Starter Kit

Features

  • Fully integrated camera kit that plugs directly into KR260 Robotics Starter Kit
  • Features Sony IMX547 1/1.8" 5 Megapixel global shutter CMOS image sensor
  • Available in color or monochrome sensor versions, 2472x2128 resolution, up to 120 fps using onboard SLVC-EC interface
  • Includes lens and lens mount
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What's Inside

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Camera Module with Lens

FRAMOS Camera kit equipped with 5.1 Mpx Sony CMOS Global Shutter sensor module bundled with Lens and Framos sensor adapter.

For use with SLVS-EC reference implementation on the Xilinx Kria™ KR260 AI Starter Kit

 

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Camera Module Cable

PixelMate flex Cable for Hirose 60 Pin connector, 150mm

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Get a Kria KR260 Robotics Starter Kit for only $349

The KR260 is a fully featured evaluation kit capable of leveraging pre-built accelerated applications to quickly develop unique solutions for production deployment on the K26 SOM.

Getting Started

Step-by-Step Guide to Get Up and Running

Documentation:

  • Data sheet - Detailed specifications on the module
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