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DNNCam™ Features and Specifications

See what makes our DNNCam™ AI camera revolutionary – the story is in the numbers.

  • Camera: 4k, 10-bit HDR, 60FPS Sony StarVis image sensor
  • Lens: motorized variable focus, zoom, iris, and IR filter. Low distortion, 4k resolution.
  • Comm: Wifi 802.11AC, Bluetooth, CANbus, 2x USB3.0, Gb Ethernet, 2 Uarts, SPI, I2C
  • Storage: 32GB onboard flash + MicroSD expandable storage + M.2 SSD (NVMe)
  • Power: PoE+ (30W)
  • External LED lighting: Pulse synced LED lighting outputs with camera
  • Dimensions: Approximately 2.5″ diameter, 6″ long
  • Environmental: IP67 case rating, operating temp range -20°F to 140°F
  • Passive Cooling: No cooling fans to get fouled or damaged
  • Made for Developers: The DNNCam has an NVIDIA TX2 GPU module onboard, widely supported by open source development community
  • Perfect for Fog Computing: Looking for an AI camera with an onboard GPU for fog computing applications? You’ve found it.
  • Iridium satellite telemetry modem for world-wide communication
  • GPS Module 20Hz global position (3 meters)
  • IMU Module: Inertial measurement unit (anti-tamper)
  • LED lighting: 260W LED lighting driver onboard. 8-65V input, 0-1000ma output, pulse synced with camera
  • Power: 7-15W, 12-42V input for solar or industrial power.
Front view of DNNCam
DNNCam underside view
Side view of DNNCam
FeaturesMost CamerasThe DNNCam™
HD (1080p) Resolution
4K Resolution
60 FPS (Frames Per Second)
Motorized Focus and Zoom
Expandable, On-board Data Storage
Low Power Requirement (Less than 15W)
Dustproof and Waterproof Enclosure (IP67)
Operates Anywhere In The World (Solar + Sat. Comm. Modules Available)

Passive Cooling

The DNNCam™ does not have a cooling fan, as this would prevent the camera from being waterproof and dustproof.

Instead, it utilizes passive cooling, modeled with computational fluid dynamics.

As you can see, the engineering behind the DNNCam is extensive.

Passive cooling modeled with CFD

Learn More About The DNNCam™

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