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Teledyne Dalsa introduces new Genie nano cameras

Teledyne Dalsa introduces new Genie nano cameras

Teledyne Dalsa introduced two new models in its high-value, versatile high speed Genie Nano Camera Series. Spearheaded by the latest IMX273 sensors from the Sony Pregius CMOS family, these new Genie Nanos are designed around 1/3” CMOS image sensors that replace Sony’s soon-to-be discontinued CCD sensors. The new models are offered in 1.6 MP (1456 x 1088) resolution with a GigE Vision interface in either color or monochrome.

The Nano 1.6 MP models will be followed by two new additional 1/3” VGA Nano models to replace the ICX424 CCD-based cameras in Q4 2017. The new cameras are drop-in replacements for the original CCD-based models, at the same low cost but with a frame rate almost seven times faster —up to 160 fps in 1.6 MP and up to 400 fps in VGA.

The IMX273-based models feature a full frame electronic global shutter and a 3.45 µm pixel. Customers can expect high image quality, high resolution, and high-speed performance without distortion, and even faster throughput with Teledyne’s award-winning TurboDrive technology.

The Genie Nano series take full advantage of the Sapera™ LT Software Development Kit (SDK) and our Linux GigE-V Framework for embedded vision systems as well as our field proven Trigger-to-Image-Reliability™ framework for full system-level monitoring, control, and diagnostics from image capture through transfer to host memory.

Key Features:

  • TurboDrive for fast frame rates and full image quality
  • Full frame electronic global shutter function
  • Small footprint / light weight: 21.2 mm x 29 mm x 44 mm/ 47g
  • Wide temperature range (-20 to 60°C) for imaging in harsh environments

Source: Teledyne Dalsa

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