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Line-Scan Cameras

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KONSTANZ, Germany, Oct. 22, 2021 — Line-Scan CamerasChromasens GmbH has expanded its allPIXA evo line-scan camera offerings with three CoaXPress (CXP 2.0) interface-compatible models.

By merging CXP 2.0 with trilinear CMOS sensors yielding resolutions up to 3 × 15360 pixels, the allPIXA evo 8K, 10K, and 15K cameras acquire true RGB color, mono, or TDI images at a maximum line frequency speed of 100 kHz to significantly increase manufacturing yields. Users can select from one, two, or four channels to target the exact data transfer needs of their applications.

With CXP 2.0, a single coax cable carries video, camera control, and triggering functions with 13 W of DC power at 24 VDC, resulting in reduced system costs and complexity. In addition to print inspection, the cameras provide imaging solutions for semiconductor, food, PCB, and flat panel inspections, as well as sorting and scanning applications.
Oct 2021

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