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e-con Systems launches the world's fastest GMSL Camera upto 15 meters support with low latency

NileCAM - a new camera series with Gigabit Multimedia Serial Link (GMSL) Serializer and Deserializers (SerDes) technology. The NileCAM series cameras are cameras which can be used for longer distance. These cameras can be placed 15 meters away from host processor through coaxial cable and still to support less latency and high frame rate.

e-con Systems Inc., a leading embedded camera solution company, today announced the launch of NileCAM30 - Full HD GMSL camera. It is a based on 1/3-inch AR0330, a 3.4 MP CMOS image sensor from ON Semiconductor®. The initial launch is going to be with both USB interface and MIPI interface (NVIDIA Jetson TX1/TX2). NileCAM30 can stream uncompressed Full HD(1080p) @ 45fps, which is considered as the world's fastest GMSL Camera as of now. Customer looking to evaluate using USB can purchase NileCAM30_USB. For NVIDIA Jetson TX1/TX2 customer can purchase NileCAM30_TX2.

For more information please visit www.e-consystems.com/gmsl-camera.asp.

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