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IDS Camera - Increasing fps \ Add attribute to control via NI-max

I would like to increase camera fps by controlling the binning function and increasing the camera pixel clock, please see images below:

cam settings1.jpg

cam settings 2.jpg

Camera Model IDS UI359x
Controlling these attributes will let me increase the camera FPS. Unfortunately I didn't find a way to control it through LabView or NI-MAX.

 

If someone found a way to how deal with it, I kindly ask for your assistance.  



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Contact IDS, they should have a convoluted way to control the camera through LabVIEW.

 

I don't think NI-Max will ever see the camera.

 

Happened to me 10 years ago.  Now I make sure that any camera I buy is Complient with the A3 Standards, as LabView relies on those standards.

 

Good Luck.

 

Robert

 

 

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I've used a ueye camera with LabVIEW in the past, to control various parameters.  But we didn't use the IMAQdx interface.  There was a LabVIEW driver available that we used.  

 

Search for a LabVIEW driver for your camera, or contact ueye for driver support.

Christopher Farmer

Certified LabVIEW Architect and LabVIEW Champion
DQMH Trusted Advisor
https://wiredinsoftware.com.au

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