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Single-Cable CoaXPress Cameras

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CoaxPress 2.0 Cameras The boost series of cameras from Basler AG features a CoaxPress 2.0 interface and CMOS sensor technology for high data rates.

The camera delivers high resolutions and high frame rates with a cable length of up to 40 m. Basler also offers a combination of camera and matching interface card from a single source in form of the Basler boost bundle. Due to the CoaXPress 2.0 standard, the Basler boost cameras achieve a maximum bandwidth of up to 12.5 Gbps with a single CXP cable. The precise triggering with the CXP cable eliminates the need for a separate input/output cable, making a single-cable solution possible in combination with power-over-CXP and resulting in significant cost reductions.

Optional Sony IMX253 or IMX255 sensors deliver respective resolutions of 12 or 9 MP, with maximum frame rates of 68 or 93 fps.


Vision Spectra
Summer 2019
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