Gigabit Ethernet camera for imaging in intelligent traffic introduced by Teledyne DALSA

WATERLOO, Ontario – Teledyne DALSA in Waterloo, Ontario, is introducing four models in its high-value, small format Genie Nano Gigabit Ethernet Vision camera series for industrial electro-optical imaging applications, including intelligent traffic systems, printed circuit board inspection and metrology.

Feb 3rd, 2017
By Mil & Aero staff
By Mil & Aero staff

WATERLOO, Ontario – Teledyne DALSA in Waterloo, Ontario, is introducing four models in its high-value, small format Genie Nano Gigabit Ethernet Vision camera series for industrial electro-optical imaging applications, including intelligent traffic systems, printed circuit board inspection and metrology.

Built around the Sony Pregius' IMX 267 and 304 LL and LQ image sensors, the 12 bit, 8.9 and 12 Megapixel cameras deliver speed and high-quality imaging. With the addition of these four models (M4030, M4020, C4030 and C4020) system architects can choose from a growing number of Genie Nano models powered by 39 CMOS image sensors.

The Genie Nano models have a global shutter and a 3.45 micron pixel, and take advantage of the Sapera LT Software Development Kit (SDK) and Trigger-to-Image-Reliability framework for system-level monitoring, control, and diagnostics from image capture through transfer to host memory.

Features include TurboDrive for fast frame rates and full image quality; Trigger-to-Image-Reliability for easy system control and debugging; dimensions of 44 by 29 by 21 millimeters, and weight of 46 grams; temperature range of -20 to 60 degrees Celsius for imaging in harsh environments; and support for Linux operating system.

For more information contact Teledyne DALSA online at www.teledynedalsa.com/imaging.

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