|Capture and monitor images in real time over a network|
DN100 enables the viewing of images by multiple people at distant locations
over a network while the images are being captured elsewhere. And because
the images can be viewed simultaneously, it’s unnecessary to first capture
the image, then store it before sending.
Sharing of information in real time over distances allows, for example, product inspection results or microscopic images to be shared between factory and lab or between hospital and lab, eliminating the need to travel to distant locations.
The DN100 is a cost saver too. You don’t need to buy a special monitor or software. All you need are the DN100 and a regular Internet browser!
|Quick setup, simultaneous viewing|
|Easy, intuitive operation|
|Image capture side (operated on the local monitor screen)|
Networked sides (operated on the remote Internet browser screen)
|Perfect answer for simultaneous inspection or documentation over a network in various industries|
|When configured with an industrial microscope|
Images can be taken at the inspection department and monitored on networked PCs in various sections of a company in real time. This allows discussions including accept/reject judgments by comparing the workpiece in question with the correct sample on a two-image split-screen. Data storage is also possible for creating databases.
|When configured with a biological microscope|
Images being captured by more than two DN100 cameras can be stored on a server simultaneously. The desired image can be viewed anytime—even while it is being captured—by accessing the server from the networked PCs. You can process the data, then re-store it on the server. Handy for online education too.
|When used as a standalone digital documentation system|
In addition, the DN100 can be used as a macro camera by mounting a camera lens.
|CCD||1/2.72-in. high density CCD; total number of pixels: 1.3 million|
|Output image size||1280 X 960 pixels (max.)|
|Frame rate||15 frame/sec. (max.)|
|Sensitivity||2000 lx, F5.6 or greater; equivalent to ISO160 or greater|
|Resolution||SXGA mode: Approx. 800 TV lines
XGA mode: Approx. 640 TV lines
|Lens mount||C mount (distance from mount plane to inside of the camera must be less than 8mm)|
|Exposure control||Program AE (adjustable), Shutter-priority AE, Manual|
|Exposure metering||Center weighted average metering|
|Exposure time||1/1,000 to 60 sec.|
|Output format||Analog RGB; SXGA mode (1280 x 1024, 60Hz), XGA mode (1024 x 768, 60Hz)|
|A/D exchange||12 bits|
|Color temperature range||2800-6800K|
|White balance||Can be set from the menu; Color adjustable|
|PC card||PCMCIA type II|
|Captured image type||JPEG, BMP|
|Networking||Ethernet (10-base-T) HTTP, Telnet, or FTP server, FTP client|
|CCU: 282 (W) x 177 (D) x 84 (H) mm
Camera head: 88 (W) x 44 (D) x 73 (H) mm
Remote unit: 56 (W) x 68 (D) x 21 (H) mm
|Weight||CCU: 2.2kg Camera head: 230g Remote unit: 110g|
|Power supply||AC 85-264V, 50/60Hz|
|Temperature range||Usable: 0-40°C 20-85RH (without
Recommended: 15-30, 20-85RH (without condensation)
Storage: -20-60, 20-85RH (without condensation)
|Compatible monitor||SXGA or greater resolution recommended|