Scan cameras for machine vision with GigE

Teledyne Dalsa’s Genie Nano series of GigE Vision scan cameras are designed for industrial imaging applications and come in four models.

09/25/2015


Teledyne Dalsa’s Genie Nano series of GigE Vision scan cameras that deliver speed, power, and versatility for industrial imaging applications. Courtesy: Teledyne Dalsa

Teledyne Dalsa's Genie Nano series of GigE Vision cameras combines CMOS image sensors, including the Sony Pregius and On Semiconductor's Python, with a fully optimized camera platform to deliver high frame rates and power features in a small, robust body. The models in the Genie Nano series are the M1920, C1920, M1940, and C1940. The Genie Nano cameras are designed for inspection applications such as medical, food and beverage inspection, and electronics and printed circuit board (PCB) inspection. The Genie Nano series uses the Sapera LT Software Development Kit (SDK) and trigger-to-image-reliability framework for system monitoring, control, and diagnostics from image capture through transfer to host memory. The Genie Nano series have a small footprint for tight spaces, an operating temperature range of -20 to 60 C, housing for imaging in harsh environments, two inputs and two opto-coupled outputs for easy integration and deployment. The Genie Nano cameras are designed for inspection applications such as medical, food and beverage inspection, and electronics and printed circuit board (PCB) inspection.

Teledyne Dalsa

www.teledynedalsa.com

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