Line scan camera series with CMOS sensors

Teledyne Dalsa’s TurboDrive is an 8k GigE vision line scan camera with CMOS sensors for variety of applications. It offers extended dynamic range for combining short and long exposure images to output images with high contrast in dark and bright areas.

10/26/2015


Teledyne Dalsa’s TurboDrive, an 8k GigE vision model with CMOS sensors for variety of applications. Courtesy: Teledyne Dalsa

Teledyne Dalsa's TurboDrive, an 8k GigE vision model is a line scan camera with CMOS sensors and is designed for a variety of applications. This 8k model delivers a maximum line rate of up to 45 kHz. TurboDrive allows all Linea GigE models to use the full speed of the sensor with no loss of image quality. The 8k GigE vision camera features cycling mode, which allows users to cycle through preset camera parameters, gain, exposure time, I/O outputs, and FFC coefficients for each line. This vision model offers extended dynamic range for combining short and long exposure images to output images with high contrast in dark and bright areas. Burst mode is featured in this model and it maximizes system data throughput, allowing users to acquire images at full speed and transfer during idle times.

Teledyne Dalsa 

www.teledynedalsa.com

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