The CC640 camera is designed and built to withstand harsh, remote conditions. It operates at temperatures as low as -40°C. It can operate as a stand-alone camera or it can be connected to one of our dataloggers. The camera can store images on a CompactFlash card or transmit them to a datalogger.Read More
The CC640 is a digital camera for use in harsh environments. Where typical cameras cannot withstand cold temperatures, our CC640 digital camera operates at temperatures as low as -40°C!
The CC640 can be used by itself as a stand-alone camera or can be connected to one our dataloggers. The datalogger can trigger an image acquisition by applying a 5- to 12-volt signal. When used independently, the camera's precision real-time clock can be used to trigger an image capture.
Images can be stored on a CompactFlash card or in the datalogger's memory. The images are stored in a .jpg format.
|Lens Description||F1.4 3.5 to 8 mm Varifocal Lens with Electronic Iris|
|Power||9 to 15 Vdc|
|Communication Ports||RS-232, RS-485 (labeled external I/O), CS I/O|
|Maximum Baud Rate||
|CS I/O CSDC Addresses||7 or 8|
|Video Output||NTSC, PAL|
|Logic Low-Level External Input Signal||0 to 0.7 Vdc (-12 Vdc absolute minimum)|
|Logic High-Level External Input Signal||4 to 15 Vdc (15 Vdc absolute maximum)|
|Time to Take Image||~10 s|
|Operating Temperature||-40° to +70°C|
|Dimensions||21.5 x 6.5 x 11.0 cm (8.5 x 2.6 x 4.3 in.)|
|Weight||500 g (1.1 lb)|
|Operating||250 mA (maximum)|
|Quiescent||250 μA (typical)|
|Storage||2 GB or less|
The camera must be installed in an environmentally sealed enclosure that offers protection from moisture or high humidity. It is also recommended that desiccant be installed in the camera enclosure to absorb excess humidity. Failure to install or replace the desiccant as required may cause malfunctions or damage the camera.
The 18543 CC640 Camera Enclosure completely encloses the camera and has a window through which images are acquired. The 26140 Heater Kit is offered to prevent the enclosure’s window from frosting over. The enclosure attaches to a CM202, CM204, or CM206 crossarm via the 18549 Mounting Kit.
LoggerNet version 3.1.3 or higher is required.
The CC640 is compatible with any PakBus datalogger that has 2 Mbytes or greater of on-board memory. The datalogger must have a current Operating System.
*The CR510, CR10X, and CR23X must be the -2M version and must use the PakBus operating system.
Number of FAQs related to CC640: 3
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Yes. However, this is not a fast system, and using telemetry can make the transfer even slower.
No. It takes a snapshot, stores the image in a datalogger as a file (if one is present), and transfers the file to a PC for viewing.
Real-time images cannot be viewed. This is a snapshot camera. Regarding the serial terminal being used, if the datalogger is a PakBus CR510 or CR10X, then the interface is not RS-232; the interface is CS I/O, which is a 5 V system. This interface is also addressable, meaning that more than one device can use the terminal at the same time. If a CR1000 or CR3000 is used, both 9-pin connectors and all four COM terminals can be used to acquire images.