Line scan camera with RGB, NIR ouputs

Teledyne Dalsa's Piranha4 2k quadlinear line scan camera featuring red, green, and blue (RGB) outputs plus a Near Infrared (NIR) channel for multispectral imaging and is designed for machine vision applications.
By Teledyne Dalsa October 24, 2014

Teledyne Dalsa's Piranha4 2k quadlinear line scan camera featuring red, green, and blue (RGB) outputs plus a Near Infrared (NIR) channel for multispectral imaging and is designed for machine vision applications. Courtesy: Teledyne DalsaTeledyne Dalsa’s Piranha4 2k quadlinear line scan camera features red, green, and blue (RGB) outputs plus a Near Infrared (NIR) channel for multispectral imaging. The quadlinear Piranha4 is built around the CMOS image sensor design. Wafer-level dichroic filters enable spectrally independent RGB and NIR outputs, which makes the camera useful for a wide range of machine vision applications including print, bank note inspection, electronics manufacturing, food and material sorting. The RGB+NIR Piranha4 multispectral camera is available in 2k resolution, with 14.08 micron pixel size and delivers a maximum line rate of 70 kHz. In addition to its multispectral capability, the camera also features sub-pixel spatial correction, horizontal parallax correction, multiple AOI and ROI, and independent exposure time for each color channel. Flat field correction can also be done on each channel or as a group.

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