Advanced high speed, high sensitivity TDI camera for monochrome, HDR, multifield and super resolution imaging
Highest performance CLHS interface featuring fibre and copper cables
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Offering 16 or 25 MPixel resolution monochrome or enhanced NIR CMOS sensors, the new Genie Nano-CXP cameras from Teledyne DALSA can deliver 80 fps at 25 Mpixel resolution.
The small form factor, robust build quality and wide operating temperatures are combined with an exceptional feature set at a highly competitive price point. They have been designed to work synergistically with the half-length Xtium-CXP frame grabber to minimise CPU usage and improve processing times.
Teledyne DALSA’s new Piranha4 8k trilinear colour camera offers improved colour imaging at a lower cost using Teledyne e2v’s latest CMOS 8k trilinear sensor. Independent exposure control for each channel for uniform image brightness and an ASCII command or an advanced GenICam-compliant interface makes the camera easier to setup, control, and integrate into high resolution application sub-systems or OEM solutions. Application areas include printing, PCB, electronics, film, and large format web inspection.
Computational Imaging (CI) uses data extracted from a series of images acquired under different lighting or optical conditions to create an output image containing the details that are most important to a particular machine vision task. This approach offers powerful advantages over traditional one-shot imaging. It can improve the capability of a camera and reveal image detail not previously possible.