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USB2.0 camera module introduction
What is USB2.0 Camera Module
The USB2 camera module is using the UVC protocol
Easy installation and operation. With the USB2.0 interface, USB cameras can be used with Windows (DirectShow) and Linux (V4L2) standard software for real-time first-class audio/video streaming and high-quality image capture/storage without additional capture devices, plug-and-play. Since USB cameras use the USB interface standard, they are easy to expand and adapt.
Supertek module offers a full range of custom usb camera module solutions and economical off-the-shelf solutions for our customers. Customized products from lens pcb board size, sensor, to Firmware, designed products have been used in different fields like: robotic camera vision, facial recognition, medical imaging, surveillance, VR, vehicle access system, etc.
Supetek usb camera module can be perfectly embedded into different systems and hardware, the product solutions are optimized and tested for a long time, the performance is stable and reliable, the camera can provide many specific functions such as: wide dynamic range (WDR), low light enhancement, IR filter cut, etc.
Q: What is UVC and UVC Camera?
A: UVC, known as USB Video Class, is a protocol standard defined for USB video devices. It is a protocol standard defined by Microsoft and several other device manufacturers for USB video capture devices and has become one of the USB Org standards.
UVC cameras, which use camera modules that have adopted the UVC protocol.
Q: What are the main components of a USB camera module？
A: A USB camera module contains four major components: lens, sensor, PCB and DSP.
Q: Can usb camera module use in difference operation system?
A: Support standard Windows (DirectShow) and Linux (V4L2) software