7 Dec 2018
The new 5GBASE-T interface brings significant benefits. The cameras can slot directly into existing GigE Vision systems since 5GBASE-T technology allows Ethernet links to offer data rates of up to 5Gbps over commonly used Cat5e cables.
The standard provides faster frame rates than USB3 Vision - equivalent to 585MB/s, with a further increase in bandwidth to 985 MB/sec using Teledyne DALSA’s award winning TurboDrive™ technology. This compares to bandwidths of 360 to 400MB/s for USB3 Vision.
The inclusion of TurboDrive also means that the cameras can operate at data rates approaching that of 10 GigE Vision, yet they have none of the heat dissipation requirements associated with that technology.
They are therefore much more compact and lightweight with a footprint of just 59mm x 44mm x 32 mm in a robust metal body, which is approximately 25% of the volume of a 10GE Camera. With internal acquisition rates approaching 1GB/sec the Genie Nano 5G can operate burst mode and sequencing at the fastest capabilities of the latest generation of sensors. They can operate over a wide temperature range (-20 to 65°C) for imaging in harsh environments.
Genie Nano-5G cameras are available with a choice of high-performance Sony Pregius CMOS sensors with resolutions from 3.2Mpixels to 12Mpixels, which offer fast frame rates from 190 to 63 fps. Higher frame rates can be achieved in partial scan mode.
The excellent image quality provided by these sensors, combined by the impressive data transfer rates makes these cameras ideally suited for use in many different applications. These include: industrial automation, electronics manufacturing, packaging inspection, semiconductor inspection, PCB-AOI (automated optical inspection), sport & entertainment high speed capture as well as general machine vision applications.
Teledyne DALSA’s Trigger to Image Reliability (T2IR) framework improves the reliability of the inspection system and protects from data loss.
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