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1.3-, 2-MP GigE Cameras

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Basler’s nine new models in its GigE camera series feature 1.3- and 2-megapixel CMOS sensors from e2v and Aptina and can capture up to 60 fps.

The 1.3-megapixel models are available either with a global (acA1300-60) or rolling shutter (acA1280-60). A near-IR-optimized version (acA1300-60 NIR) also is offered.

The 2-megapixel models provide a global shutter (acA1600-60). Also available are monochrome and color variants with 25 fps in an HDTV format and with rolling shutter (acA1920-25). The rolling shutter models enable powerful digital cameras, such as for monitoring processes or equipment and for measurement applications.

The cameras feature low noise and strong sensitivity and also are suitable for applications in the semiconductor, electronics, traffic, solar and pharmaceutical industries. 

Photonics Spectra
Dec 2013

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