Camera series with high-speed color imaging

Teledyne Dalsa has added multi-line color CMOS time delay and integration (TDI) cameras to their Piranha XL family and the 8k and 16k models are designed to deliver sensitivity for color imaging using 4 rows per RGB channel for 12 rows in total.
By Teledyne Dalsa September 24, 2016

Teledyne Dalsa has added multi-line color CMOS time delay and integration (TDI) cameras to their Piranha XL family and the 8k and 16k models are designed to deliver sensitivity for color imaging using 4 rows per RGB channel for 12 rows in total. Courtesy:Teledyne Dalsa has added multi-line color CMOS time delay and integration (TDI) cameras to their Piranha XL family, which are designed to provide high performance and high-speed color imaging. The 8k and 16k models are designed to deliver sensitivity for color imaging using 4 rows per RGB channel for 12 rows in total. Data throughput is beyond 3 Gbytes per second on a single CX4 cable. It is designed to inspects more in less time with a maximum line rate of 210kHz in full color mode in either 8k or 16k resolution. They also have exposure control with a common exposure time for better image quality and minimum impact from encoder jitter as well as parallax and sub-pixel spatial correction for ease of integration in challenging environments. The built-in trigger to image reliability (T2IR) framework provides monitoring, diagnostics, track and trace, and buffers to prevent data loss. 

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