Release Notes for IDS USB3 Vision Firmware 2.11
These release notes describe the changes of the USB3 Vision firmware 2.11 which adds support for a new camera model as well as new features for some models.
New camera models
From USB3 Vision firmware 2.11 on, new models are supported. Refer to the datasheet to identify which new features are supported by single camera models.
- U3-3680XCP NIR
- U3-38J0XCP color / mono
- U3-368xXLE NIR
- U3-38JxXLE color / mono
- U3-3560XCP color / mono
- U3-3680XCP color / mono
- U3-356xXLE color / mono
- U3-368xXLE color / mono
NOTICE! Former USB3 Vision cameras (USB 3 uEye LE/USB 3 uEye ML) cannot be updated with this firmware as these models are not supported by the firmware.
New and changed functions ⇑
- Binning support: The uEye XLE and uEye XCP models U3-356x and U3-368x now supports 2x2 binning. Refer to the list of supported features for more information.
- From this version on, it is possible to change the frame rate or exposure time of the uEye XLE USB 3 or uEye XCP USB 3 during operation. With previous firmware versions, it was necessary to stop image acquisition to change the frame rate or exposure time.
Known issues ⇑
- In some rare cases, transfer errors on the USB bus may cause the camera to restart during operation. This problem is only known in combination with the AMD X399 chipset.
- uEye XCP USB 3 & uEye XLE USB 3: If you increase the exposure time so that the frame rate drops, a single image can be defective.
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