Orlaco Introduces Ethernet Camera for OEMs

With the future in mind, Orlaco is introducing a shock-resistant ethernet camera: the EMOS. The images produced by the EMOS are for all intents and purposes displayed in real time, making it perfect for use on trucks, cranes, heavy construction and mining equipment, semi-automatic or remote controlled vehicles, and more.


This compact, lightweight camera (55 x 60 x 24 mm; 150 g) has been specially developed for integration into onboard computer systems. Via the RTP and AVB protocols, the camera is able to stream MJPEG or H.264 to practically any type of monitor. The ISO17215 protocol, which is standard in the automotive industry, is used to communicate with the camera.

Orlaco's newest camera is up and completely operational within two seconds and in combination with common hardware processing platforms, the total latency of the camera-monitor system is less than 100 ms. CMOS chip technology and a sensor with a high degree of light sensitivity (0.05 Lux) provide superb vision, night and day.

The EMOS is designed to perform under the most challenging of conditions. This ethernet camera is watertight (IP68/IP69k), shock-resistant (50 G), vibration-resistant (15 GRMS at a frequency of 24 - 2,000 Hz) and can handle temperatures from -40 to +85ºC.

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