Monochrome and color imaging dual line scan cameras
Teledyne Dalsa's monochrome Piranha 4 dual line scan camera and Piranha 4 2k trilinear model are designed to solve challenging machine vision inspection problems.
Teledyne Dalsa's (NYSE: TDY) monochrome Piranha 4 dual line scan camera and Piranha 4 2k trilinear model have 2k resolution and an advanced feature set to help customers solve challenging machine vision inspection problems. The models combine CMOS image sensor technology with strong signal-to-noise ratio for high speed monochrome and color imaging.
The monochrome Piranha4 dual line scan camera delivers a maximum line rate of 100 kHz in TDI mode, or 200 kHz in Area mode. The Piranha4 2k trilinear model delivers a maximum line rate of 70 kHz. Advanced features include sub-pixel spatial correction, lens and shading correction, and flat field correction.
Both the color and monochrome models use advanced chipsets to deliver high throughput with extended Camera Link cable lengths to 30 meters. The GenICam compliant interface makes the Piranha4 2k easy to set up, control, and integrate.
The Piranha4 2k models are designed for high speed inspection applications in both color and monochrome. Color applications include 100% print inspection, banknote inspection, package and label inspection, and food inspection. Monochrome applications include railway inspection, printing, wood, film, and label inspection, and general machine vision applications.
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