Milestone Piranhas with HS Link
14 Mar 2011
With the Piranha HS 12k, Teledyne DALSA combine their exceptional TDI line camera technology with the high performance of the HS Link. Over 1 GBytes/s can be transmitted via a single cable using this interface. The Piranha HS 12k offers the user a resolution of 12,000 pixels with a pixel size of 5.2 x 5.2 µm and a maximal line rate of 90 kHz. With 256 TDI stages, the camera achieves a maximum sensitivity of 300 DN/nj/cm² at 0 dB. At these values the Piranha HS 12k sets new standards for line cameras and indeed adds a new dimension to applications with poor illumination.
The recently introduced Piranha3 16k line camera is also based on the company's own CMOS sensor technology. This high-speed model offers a resolution of 16,000 image points with 3,5 µm square pixels and a line rate of 70 kHz. In terms of resolution and data throughput this Piranha model surpasses all existing DALSA line cameras: 1,146 MPixels per second is a new record which even goes beyond the scope of CameraLink. This is why Teledyne DALSA also utilises the HS-Link interface for the Piranha3 16k.
On the basis of the company's own CMOS technology with Analog-Digital- Conversion on the camera chip (ADC, Analog to Digital Conversion) and the so- called CDS (Correlated Double Sampling), the Piranha3 16k achieves unprecedented speed with low noise and a high dynamic range. Its performance is ideally suited for applications with high requirements for data rates, such as the inspection of large flat panel displays or PCBs.
- High performance line scan cameras from Teledyne DALSA
- Linear sensor resolutions from 2048 up to 12000 pixels
- TDI sensor technology
- Increased sensitivity due to selectable integration stages
- Ultra-high performance line scan cameras from Teledyne DALSA
- Resolutions up to 16,000 pixels
- For applications requiring high speeds and high line rates
Teledyne DALSA is one of the largest companies serving the machine vision industry and is unique in that it is vertically integrated; from sensor design and manufacture, through image capture and processing, to software for imaging optimisations and analysis.