Raspberry Pi Video Module PiNoir
- RS Stock No. 790-2811
- Brand Raspberry Pi
- Mfr. Part No. PiNoir
Raspberry Pi IR Camera, Pi NoIR
Pi NoIR High-Definition Infrared-sensitive video camera for Raspberry Pi Model A, B, B+ and Compute.
Omnivision 5647 sensor in a fixed-focus module without infrared blocking filter
Still picture resolution: 2592 x 1944
Max video resolution: 1080p
Max frame rate: 30fps @ 1080p
Size: 20 x 25 x 10mm
Connection by flat ribbon cable to 15-pin MIPI Camera Serial Interface (CSI) connector S5 on Raspberry Pi computer board
Infragrams: Check on plant health. http://publiclab.org/wiki/near-infrared-camera
Astrophotography: improved sensitivity to hydrogen-alpha light for better pictures of red-emission nebulae
Night security: Keep watch for burglars without disturbing neighbours (Requires IR illumination, see Note)
Wildlife photography: Watch animals at night with a remote camera (Requires IR illumination)
The Pi NoIR camera is sensitive to short-wavelength IR radiation (around 880nm) produced by infrared emitting LEDs such as RS Part No. 778-1444 or 699-7666. It is not sensitive to long-wavelength IR radiation (heat) so requires a LED 'illuminator' to see in the dark. For outdoor security applications: RS Part No. 524-5393
Blue filter for making an Infragram.
The original Raspberry Pi Model B computer went on sale in February 2012 and set a new standard shattering the dominance of the PC in the home and education markets. Over 3 million boards in the various formats, A, B, A+, B+ and Compute have since been shipped worldwide. The original concept of the Raspberry Pi was for a high-performance computer board providing Internet access with HD graphics at very low cost. The boards provide a platform for children and adults from any background to acquire computer science knowledge and help develop the future World-Wide-Web and the Internet of Things. While the Raspberry Pi boards were designed primarily for education, they have become very popular with manufacturers of embedded systems. In order to support this market, the Raspberry Pi Foundation has ensured backwards compatibility with each new revision. The bare-bones Compute module is aimed specifically at the OEM manufacturer.
|Dimensions||20 x 25 x 10mm|
|Maximum Frame Rate Capture||30 (1080p) fps, 60 (720p) fps|
|Maximum Operating Temperature||+70°C|
|Maximum Supported Resolution||2592 x 1944|
|Minimum Operating Temperature||-30°C|
|Supported Bus Interfaces||CSI-2|
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|Date||Feb 28, 2015|
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