Alvium 1500 C is a revolutionary MIPI CSI-2 camera optimized for embedded vision applications. The Alvium 1500 C offers the performance and versatility of industrial cameras for the embedded world. Equipped with industrial-grade CMOS sensors from ON Semiconductor, Alvium 1500 C cameras deliver excellent image quality and high frame rates.
The standardized CSI-2 driver ensures quick integration with the flexibility to change camera models easily.
Benefits at a glance
Alvium 1500 C is a small and powerful industrial camera. Create high-quality vision applications!
- On-board ISP functionality: Free up your embedded board for other processing tasks.
- One driver fits all: Quickly integrate Alvium cameras and exchange models easily.
- Intelligent power management: Design low-power or even battery-powered systems.
- High bandwidth: Use the powerful MIPI CSI-2 interface with up to 4 lanes.
- Image reproduction quality: Get the best out of your lens-to-sensor combination by high-precision Alvium Sensor Alignment!
- Resolutions: up to 5 megapixels
- Sensor: CMOS global and rolling shutter sensors from ON Semi
- Frame rates: up to 119 frames per second
- Housing options: Bare Board, Open Housing
- Lens mount options: C-Mount, CS-Mount, or S-Mount
- Image colors: Monochrome, Color
ALVIUM® is a powerful, energy-efficient processor including an Image Signal Processor (ISP) and an Image Processing Library (IPL). It allows image corrections and pre-processing on the camera to optimize image quality and throughput for your application while offloading your CPUs on the embedded system.
The Alvium 1500 camera series can be equipped with several accessories. Click the button below to see compatible lenses, interface and I/O connections, and tripod adapters.
- FPC cables: Cables from 120 to 420 mm
- Interface connections: Adapter boards for various embedded boards
- Lenses: Over 200 C-Mount and S-Mount lenses
- Tripod adapters: Adapts between metric and imperial threads
To operate Alvium 1500 C cameras on your vision system, Allied Vision provides different access modes:
- Direct Register Access (DRA)
to control the cameras via registers for advanced users.
- Video4Linux2 Access
allows to control the cameras via:
- V4L2 API
- Allied Vision V4L2 Viewer
- Frameworks like GStreamer and OpenCV
Open-source CSI-2 drivers are available on GitHub for different boards and system on chips (SoCs).