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Line-Scan Camera

Industrial Photonics
Jan 2015
Teledyne DALSA, Machine Vision OEM ComponentsRequest Info
 
WATERLOO, Ontario, Canada — A new quadlinear CMOS line-scan camera from Teledyne Dalsa enhances defect detection with wafer-level dichroic filters to enable independent RGB and near-infrared outputs.

The Piranha 4 is available in 2K resolution with 14.08-µm pixel size and a maximum line rate of 70 kHz. It also features subpixel spatial correction, horizontal parallax correction, multiple areas of interest and independent exposure time for each color channel. Flat field correction can be done on each channel or as a group.

The camera is suited for print and bank note inspection, electronics manufacturing and food and materials sorting.


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