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GigE Vision cameras optimised for machine vision apps

Posted: 17 Sep 2015 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Teledyne DALSA? GigE Vision? camera? machine vision? sensor?

Teledyne DALSA, a Teledyne Technologies company, has uncloaked its Genie Nano series of GigE Vision cameras. According to the company, the series combines industry-leading CMOS image sensors, including the Sony Pregius and On Semiconductor's Python, with a fully optimised camera platform to deliver high frame rates and powerful features in a 44mm x 29mm x 21mm body.

The first four models in the Genie Nano series, the M1920, C1920, M1940 and C1940 are built around the Sony Pregius 2MP IMX249 and IMX174 CMOS image sensors, respectively. Available in monochrome and colour with additional resolutions to follow, Genie Nano cameras help ensure high performance and reliability with their unique feature set.

Genie Nano series

Designed for industrial imaging applications with Teledyne DALSA's patent-pending TurboDrive technology, these latest Genies are capable of breakthrough data transfer at two or even three times the standard GigE Vision rates, the company stated. The Genie Nano series also takes full advantage of the Sapera LT SDK and Trigger-to-Image-Reliability framework for full system-level monitoring, control and diagnostics from image capture through transfer to host memory.

The line-up supports a wide temperature range (-20C to 60C) housing for imaging in harsh environments; features two inputs/two opto-coupled outputs for easy integration and deployment; and weight only 46g.

The Genie Nano cameras are geared for a range of inspection applications including intelligent traffic systems (ITS), entertainment, medical, food and beverage inspection, and electronics and PCB inspection, among many others.

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