Peripheral Station Camera

Introduction

Image sensors are so cheap now, they can be deployed in extremely large number at ultra low costs. Increasing your data gathering capability substantially, providing you with greater insight, improved security, extra income etc.

Answer the most personal questions in absolute privacy:

  1. When were the last TEN times you have wore that dress ?
  2. When were the last TEN time you have visited the toilet ?

Bundled Camera

Currently, all Peripheral Station 2023 comes with a OV2640 base camera onboard, to give your Private Cyberspace "eyes" at ultra low cost.

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To disable the camera feature, you can remove the camera from the Peripheral Station physically (recommended) or switch off its function from your Private Cyberspace Control Panel.

Camera Placement

Although you can place the peripheral station anywhere inside a room, the recommended position is plugged into wall power socket, placed under a window with the camera facing the entrance (door).

Camera Applications

Camera Options

OV2640 Sensor

OV2640 2 MP Image sensor
Array Size 1600 x 1200 (UXGA)
Power Supply Core: 1.3V DC ± 5%, Analog: 2.5~3.0V DC, I/O: 1.7V to 3.3V
Power Consumption YUV 125mW, Compressed 140mW, Standby 600μA
Image Sensor Format Type 1/4″
Maximum Image Transfer Rate 1600×1200@15fps, SVGA@30fps, CIF@60fps
Sensitivity 0.6V/Lux-sec
S/N ratio 40dB
Dynamic Range 50dB
Pixel Size 2.2 x 2.2 μm
Dark Current 15mV/s at 60°C
Well Capacity 1.2Ke
Fixed Patter Noise <1% of VPEAK-TO-PEAK
Image Area 3590 x 2684 μm
Package Dimensions 5725 x 6285 μm
Resolution UXGA SVGA and below
Output Format YUV/RGB/Raw RGB Data
Shutter Type Rolling Shutter
Color Filter Array RGB Bayer Array
ISP Functions AE, AWB, Sharpness, Noise Reduction, Defect Reduction, Gamma, Color Saturation, Special Effects