Innodisk releases USB camera modules for AI applications

Innodisk, better known for its industrial storage solutions and embedded peripherals, has recently announced a shift towards the AI industry, and the first products for this market are three USB 2.0 camera modules with 1920×1080 resolution.

All three camera modules are fixed focus. Innodisk EV2U-RMR2 offers HDR support, the EV2U-SGR1 is more compact, offers wider angles, and is optimized for low light conditions, while the EV2U-RMR1 supports HDR in a longer, but much thinner and narrower form factor and is equipped with an M5 lens, instead of an M12 lens for the other models.

Innodisk EV2U-RMR2 camera module
EV2U-RMR2

Innodisk EV2U-RMR2 camera module specifications:

  • Resolution – 1920×1080 @ 30fps
  • Sensor Size – 1/4”
  • Pixel Size – 2 um
  • Lens type – Fixed focus (M12)
  • Lens D/H/V FoV – 86°/72°/38°
  • HDR support
  • Output I/F – USB 2.0
  • Power consumption – Around 1 Watt
  • Dimensions – 58 x 25 x 22 mm
  • Temperature Range – -20°C ~ +70°C
Innodisk EV2U-SGR1 camera module
EV2U-SGR1

Innodisk EV2U-SGR1 camera module specifications:

  • Resolution – 1920×1080 @ 30fps
  • Sensor Size – 1/2.9”
  • Pixel Size – 2.8 um
  • Lens type – Fixed focus (M12)
  • Lens D/H/V FoV – 121°/102°/54°
  • Optimized for low light conditions
  • Output I/F – USB 2.0
  • Power consumption – Around 1 Watt
  • Dimensions – 38 x 38 x 16.8 mm
  • Temperature Range – -20°C ~ +70°C

Innodisk EV2U-RMR1 camera module

Innodisk EV2U-RMR1 specifications:

  • Resolution – 1920×1080 @ 30fps
  • Sensor Size – 1/6”
  • Pixel Size – 1.4 um
  • Lens type – Fixed focus (M5)
  • Lens D/H/V FoV – 67°/55°/42°
  • HDR support
  • Output I/F – USB 2.0
  • Power consumption – Around 1 Watt
  • Dimensions – 60 x 8 x 4.8 mm
  • Temperature Range – -20°C ~ +70°C

Innodisk camera modules are FCC and CE certified, offered with 3 years of warranty, and compliant with the USB Video Class (UVC), meaning they’ll work with most operating systems including Windows, Linux, Android, and macOS. The modules will mostly be used for AI image recognition for surveillance, retail, and healthcare applications such as smart parking or smart charging stations to detect number plates, ATMs, hospital bedside infotainment systems, and more.

Innodisk camera modules appear to be available now, although I could only find them listed on a Vietnamese store, where two MIPI fixed-focus camera modules are also showcased, namely EVDM-OOM1 (4192x 3120 resolution) and EV2M-OOM1 (1920×1200), both designed for NVIDIA Jetson Nano/Xavier NX. The company also says it is working on more 4K cameras with autofocus. Additional information may be found on the product page and the press release.

Thanks to TLS for the tip.

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S K
S K
1 month ago

60 x 8 x 4.8 cm

That’s probably in mm, not cm 🙂

Rajesh Kumar Rangasamy
Rajesh Kumar Rangasamy
1 month ago

Hi good afternoon
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