Line scan camera series aims to lower cost of inspection

Teledyne Dalsa's Linea family of line scan cameras feature 2k and 4k GigE Vision models and are designed to lower the cost of inspection for a wide array of applications.

04/17/2015


Teledyne Dalsa's Linea family of line scan cameras feature 2k and 4k GigE Vision models and are designed to lower the cost of inspection for a wide array of applications. Courtesy: Teledyne DalsaTeledyne Dalsa's [NYSE: TDY] Linea family of line scan cameras feature 2k and 4k GigE Vision models. The Linea cameras are designed to lower the cost of inspection for a wide array of applications. The Linea GigE cameras include up to 2x2 binning, cycling mode, extended dynamic range imaging, and TurboDrive. TurboDrive acquires 4k pixels at up to 80kHz while cycling mode allows users to cycle through preset camera parameters, gain, exposure time, I/O outputs, and FFC coefficients for each line.

The Linea GigE line scan cameras take full advantage of Sapera LT software development kit (SDK), which enables easy configuration and setup, and includes trigger-to-image-reliability diagnostic and monitoring tools. The Linea cameras' burst mode maximizes system data throughput, which allows users to acquire images at full speed and transfer during idle times. The Linea GigE models are available in 2k and 4k resolution and deliver fast line rates of 80 kHz with high sensitivity.

Teledyne Dalsa

www.teledynedalsa.com 

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