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Lumenera Corporation Releases the Lt965R USB 3.0 CCD Camera

Lumenera Corporation, a leading manufacturer and developer of high-performance digital cameras and custom imaging solutions for industrial, scientific, surveillance and astronomy markets, announced today the release of the company’s new high performance USB 3.0 industrial camera based on Sony’s EXview HAD II ICX814 CCD sensor, running faster than any other USB 3.0 camera on this sensor at 19 frames per second (fps) at full 3376 × 2704 resolution.

The Lt965R is Lumenera’s latest high-performance USB 3.0 CCD camera that draws the most from the industry leading Sony EXview HAD II sensor technology. The ICX814 sensor-based Lt965R reliably delivers full resolution frames at the maximum achievable speed of 19fps. This camera is ideal for industrial and scientific applications where high resolution and sensitivity are critical.

The camera includes 128 MB of onboard memory for frame buffering, which ensures dependable and reliable image delivery even in the most demanding environments. Unlike some competitive cameras, the Lt965R buffer technology delivers all frames at full speed and max resolution without introducing latency.

The compact, robust design of this camera, measuring 43 x 43 x 65 mm, allows for easy integration into tight spaces and systems with 4 mounting points on all 4 sides. The locking USB 3.0 cabling and digital interface ensures a simple plug-and-play installation. No framegrabber is required. Simplified I/O cabling is provided through a locking Hirose connector supporting external power input along with 1 optically isolated output, 1 optically isolated input and 2 configurable I/O ports.

Lumenera’s “R” designation identifies that this product has been engineered to provide industry leading low read and dark current noise. This camera is ideal for imaging under difficult lighting situations, and into the NIR range.

“The Lt965R camera capitalizes on the performance of the Sony ICX814 EXview HAD II CCD sensor, and is the only one to achieve 19fps at full resolution on USB 3.0. This is almost twice the speed of most other cameras using this same sensor” stated Eric Ramsden, Product Manager, Lumenera Corporation. “We have designed a first class camera that leverages the most out of this sensor. Customers seeking a high quality, high resolution, fast and low noise camera for industrial and life science applications will now have an optimal solution.”

The Lt965R is available in color and monochrome, is now available for order. For more information on the Lt965R, or Lumenera’s other USB 3.0 products visit

About Lumenera

Lumenera Corporation, a division of Roper Industries, and headquartered in Ottawa, Canada, is a leading developer and manufacturer of high performance digital cameras and custom imaging solutions. Lumenera cameras are used worldwide in a diverse range of industrial, scientific, security and astronomy applications. Lumenera solutions provide unique combinations of speed, resolution and sensitivity in order to satisfy the most demanding digital imaging requirements. Lumenera customers achieve the benefit of superior price to performance ratios and faster time to market with the company's commitment to high quality, cost effective product solutions. For further information about Lumenera, please visit


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