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High-Sensitivity Camera

Teledyne DALSA, Machine Vision OEM ComponentsRequest Info
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Dalsa Corp. has released the Piranha HS 12k, a high-sensitivity OEM camera for low-light machine vision applications. It features a maximum line rate of 90 kHz, throughput of 1.2 gigapixels/s and 12,000-pixel resolution with a pixel size of 5.2 µm. The compact camera uses the newly developed proprietary HSLink interface to deliver high speed and resolution, and it is supported by the company’s Xcelera-HS PX8 frame grabber. Available in two speeds and capable of bidirectional operation, it features up to 256 selectable time delay and integration stages.

Feb 2010

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