JPEG Color Camera 2M Pixel Serial UART Interface (TTL level)

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Product Overview

LS-Y201-2MP is LinkSprite’s new generation high resolution serial port camera module. Its resolution is 2 million pixel. It can captures high resolution pictures using the serial port. LS-Y201-2MP is a modular design that outputs JPEG images through UART, and can be easily integrated into existing design.




  • 2 Million Pixels
  • Support capture JPEG from serial port
  • Default baud rate of serial port is 115200
  • DC 3.3V or 5V power supply
  • Size 32mm X 32mm
  • Current consumption: 80-100mA


  • Different image capture systems
  • Environmental monitoring
  • Industry monitoring
  • Medical equipment
  • Video phone
  • Security
  • Vehicle based GPS




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  • 3
    Model revision not explained

    Posted by Alan on 15th May 2017

    I was disappointed to find that physically the camera just received is much different from previous ones I have ordered having the same model number. It is much bulkier using two PCBs rather than one and the two PCB model will not fit existing enclosures already manufactured.. My request to Link Sprite asking for information, e.g., is this a newer model or was I sold and old one have been unanswered.

  • 4
    reaches its destination

    Posted by Camilo Francisco Rodriguez Ramirez on 23rd Oct 2015

    It took longer than I thought, I peero came without any kind of problem at my house. Thank you!!

  • 4
    Very useful for remote embedded system

    Posted by Tony on 24th Sep 2015

    We were having trouble with the RS232 version (which seemed to have a problem with the way their RS232 driver was enabled) so we went to the TTL version. The TTL version works fine. Image quality is not great but was fine for our application. An IR-cut filter may help with image quality outdoors. Note that when using one of the reduced-size images, the camera will not be looking straight ahead (because only the corner of the detector is used).