This designated ID code is one of the part used in building the In-Sight 2000 vision sensors. Specifically, this part is used for building the some of the 110, 120, and 130 model vision sensors.
The In-Sight 2000 visions sensors in this series are the IS2000M-110-30-125, the IS2000M-120-40-125, and the IS2000M-130-40-125, and these three have similar specifications, such as their physical dimensions: 92 millimeters by 60 millimeters by 52 millimeters, or 3.62 inches by 2.36 inches by 2.04 inches. Their average operating temperature is from 0 to 40 degrees Celsius or 32 to 104 degrees Farhenheit. The standard IP 65 rated aluminum cases weigh 200 grams, or 7.05 ounces.
The software the models are set up with is the In-Sight 5.2.1 firmware, and holds 160 megabytes of memory for image processing and command functions. With five LED lights integrated into the side to indicate power level, sensor actions, and sensor connectivity and data transfer status, the sensors are powered by 24 VDC, and done so by a Power over Ethernet Class 2 device. Each model has 6 built in general I/O ports, and the optional extension module includes 8 more I/O ports.
Their optical tools are a CMOS imager, ⅓ inch in size, and an M12 S Mount with a matching issue 8 millimeter lens. A variety of lens sizes are acceptable options as well, ranging from 3.6 millimeters to 25 millimeters. The shutter speed goes from 0 to 1000 microseconds, and with a maximum frame rate of 40 frames per second (the 110 models) and 75 fps (the 120 and 130 models).