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Time-Delay-Integration Camera

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The Piranha HS, a 12-k 90-kHz time-delay-integration camera, has been unveiled by Dalsa Corp. It delivers 12-k resolution with a 5.2-μm pixel size and operates at a line rate of 90 kHz, or 1.2 gigapixels per second. The HSLink interface builds on Camera Link and adds new features and functions. It delivers a scalable bandwith in 300-MB/s steps, from 300 to 6000 MB/s. The camera is supported by the proprietary Xcelera-HS PX8 frame grabber, which provides image acquisition bandwidth of 1.8 GB/s and host transfer bandwidth of 2 GB/s over multiple-lane PCI Express implementations. Time-delay-integration technology enables low-light imaging. The camera features bidirectionality, antiblooming and programmability and is suited for flat panel display, electronics, printed circuit board and solar cell inspection applications. It is supported by the company’s Sapera Essential software.



Published: April 2010
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