[Discontinued] Arducam 8MP Pan Tilt Zoom PTZ Camera with Base for Raspberry Pi 4/3B+/3 and NVIDIA® Jetson Nano/Xavier NX/AGX Orin/Orin Nano/Orin NX

 
Check alternative camera B0167B12

  • Real PTZ with servos for directional control and varifocal lens for optical zoom now comes to the Raspberry Pi and Jetson Nano / Xavier NX
  • Switchable IR Cut:  Through software to achieve your day/night vision
  • Make full use of the CSI connector now that a single camera can be used to monitor more place
  • Software Control: Autofocus control, pan/tilt/zoom keyboard control
  • Based on Sony 8MP IMX219 HD Sensor. Max Resolution: 3280 (H) × 2464 (V)
  • PTZ Controller Board Connector Part Number: S6B-XH-A-1

Overview

This camera is a PTZ camera bundle kit based on the 8MP Sony IMX219 sensor, we have made some changes on the basis of the sensor. PTZ is an abbreviation for pan, tilt, and zoom and reflects the movement options of the camera, and a pan–tilt–zoom camera (PTZ camera) is a camera that is capable of remote directional and zoom control. A PTZ camera is not a still camera. Instead, it could move the camera and the lens, and that means a single camera can be used to monitor places that should be covered by multiple ones. You can save a lot of cost and time in purchasing and deploying the camera if a PTZ camera can handle the job. With its moveable lens, you will also be able to zoom the camera to see a specific area that you are interested in. To conclude, it’s “do more with less.”

KERNEL CAMERA DRIVER USED

This camera relies on kernel drivers to work – one kernel version, one camera driver. Please refer to the Supported JetPack Version for Different NVIDIA Jetson Platforms to ensure compatibility.

SUPPORTED PLATFORM DISCLAIMER

This camera is specifically designed for the official NVIDIA® Jetson™ Developer Kit by default and does not support third-party carrier boards.

Application

  • IoT cameras
  • Robot cameras
  • Sun Tracker
  • Wildlife cameras
  • Other security and surveillance projects, etc.

Specifications

SensorSony IMX219
Optical FormatType 1/4(Diagonal 4.60mm)
Pixel8MP
Pixel Size1.12μm×1.12μm
Active Pixels3280 (H) × 2464 (V)
Frame Rates1080p47, 1640 × 1232p41 and 640 × 480p206
Shutter TypeRolling Shutter
Focus TypeFront group: focus Back group: Zoom
Focal Length3.2-11.1mm±5%
F.NOW:1.6-T:3.3±5%
M.O.D0.8m
IR SensitivityOptional with additional Motorized IR-Cut filter
Camera Board Size36mm x 36mm
Pan and Tilt Range0-180°
Zoom Range (Wide => Tele)2317 steps 0.00396mm/step
Focus Range(Near => Far)3009 steps 0.0047mm/step

Package Including

  • 1 x Arducam PTZ Pan Tilt Zoom Lens, assembled with a 8MP IR-CUT switchable camera board and a camera control board
  • 1 x 15-Pin FPC Cable (11.8 in/30 cm)
  • 1 x XH2.54 Jumper wire with 6Pin Female Connector (11.8 in/30 cm)
  • 1 x Base Alloy with servo
  • 1 x Black Acrylic Board
  • 12 x M3*10+6mm Nylon Standoffs
  • 8 x M3*6mm Nylon Screws
  • 8 x M3 Nuts
  • 4 x Copper standoffs for the base

Note

    • The package does not include any Raspberry Pi motherboard.
    • The drop-in replacement module does not include FPC cables and any camera boards. And it requires the use of the Raspberry Pi V2 camera board to function properly.
    • The lenses of all camera modules are not interchangeable. Please contact sales in advance if you need to replace them.
    Note for Supported Platform and OS
    PlatformBookworm(rpicam)Bullseye(libcamera)Buster(raspistill)
    Raspberry Pi 5  
    Raspberry Pi 4B / 3B+ / 3A+ / Zero / Zero 2 W 
    Raspberry Pi CM3 / CM3+ / CM4
    (extra carrier board required)

Documentation

Specification

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