Color imaging camera for industrial applications introduced by Teledyne DALSA
Camera uses Teledyne e2v's CMOS 8k trilinear sensor, with a 7.5-by-7.5-micron pixel, for maximum line rate of 33 kHz with a Camera Link interface.
WATERLOO, Ontario – Teledyne DALSA in Waterloo, Ontario, is introducing the Piranha4 8k trilinear color camera for a variety of industrial applications including print, printed circuit board, electronic component, and general web inspections.
This model uses Teledyne e2v's latest CMOS 8k trilinear sensor, with a 7.5-by-7.5-micron pixel, and delivers a maximum line rate of 33 kHz by 3 or 100 kHz aggregate with a Camera Link interface. Replacing the bilinear Piranha4, the trilinear model offers improved color imaging at a lower cost.
This newest Piranha4 model is supported by Teledyne's Xtium series of high-performance frame grabbers. Together, they provide a total solution for demanding imaging applications.
Key features include high resolution 8k pixels; high-quality native RGB colors; independent exposure control for each channel; and ability to lower system costs.
For more information contact Teledyne DALSA online at www.teledynedalsa.com.