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Lu375C camera with M12VM412 CCTV lens

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Lumenera's Lu375C camera equipped with Tamron's M12VM412 CCTV lens has been awarded Federal Information Processing Standard Publication 201 (FIPS201) certification. The joint solution now meets United States federal government standards specifying Personal Identity Verification (PIV) requirements in facial image capturing systems.

FIPS 201 is a United States federal government standard that specifies PIV requirements for federal employees and contractors. Since its introduction, FIPS201 led to the standardisation of biometric processing for electronic credentials used for logical and physical access control systems.

The Lu375C is a USB 2.0, 3.1 Megapixel colour camera designed for use in a variety of industrial and security applications requiring high resolution at a modest cost. Uncompressed images in live streaming video and still image captures are provided across a USB 2.0 digital interface. With 2,048 x 1,536 resolution and on-board processing the camera delivers outstanding image quality and value.

The Tamron M12VM412 CCTV lens, with a focal length of 4-12mm, delivers high quality imagery and is well suited for cameras with a ½-inch imager size such as Lumenera’s Lu375.

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