RPi IR-CUT Camera (B) that supports both normal mode and night vision mode. It is compatible with all revisions of the Pi. Powered with a 5 megapixel OV5647 sensor, its best resolution is 1080p. RPi IR-CUT Camera works on Normal Mode by default. There are two ways to toggle between Normal Mode and Night-vision Mode. By editing the config.txt file or by changing the level on this position. Thus, you can connect the GPIO from your Pi to this position, and toggle modes by changing the GPIO logic level.
The flex cable inserts into the connector situated between the Ethernet and HDMI ports, with the silver connectors facing the HDMI port. The flex cable connector should be opened by pulling the tabs on the top of the connector upwards then towards the Ethernet port. The flex cable should be inserted firmly into the connector, with care taken not to bend the flex at too acute an angle. The top part of the connector should then be pushed towards the HDMI connector and down, while the flex cable is held in place.
Features of Rpi Ir-Cut (B) Image Scanner Printed Circuit Board
- Raspberry Pi Camera, supports all revisions of the Pi
- Embedded removable IR-CUT filter, eliminating color distortion in the daylight
- Comes with infrared LED, supports night vision
- 5 megapixel OV5647 sensor
- 4 screw holes
- Used for attachment
- Provides 3.3V power output
- Supports connecting infrared LED and/or fill flash LED
- CCD size : 1/4inch
- Aperture (F) : 1.2
- Focal Length : 8mm adjustable
- Field of View : 40 degree
- Sensor best resolution : 1080p
Dimensions: 31mm x32mm
- 1 x RPi IR-CUT Camera (B)
- 2 x Infrared LED Board (B)
- 1 x 15-pin FFC (opposite sides contact)
Note: To use the camera with Raspberry Zero v1.3, you need to buy a specific cable: Raspberry Pi Zero v1.3 Camera Cable. The actual image pixels is 5MP, which depends on the sensor, so it doesn't matter that there is a 3MP silk mark on the camera.
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