Monochrome camera with line scan and frame grabbers

Teledyne Dalsa's Piranha XL 16k monochrome camera and Xtium-CHLS frame grabbers are ideal for machine vision applications.
By Teledyne DALSA September 24, 2015

Teledyne Dalsa's Piranha XL 16k monochrome camera (pictured) and Xtium-CHLS frame grabbers are ideal for machine vision applications. Courtesy: Teledyne DalsaTeledyne Dalsa’s Piranha XL 16k line scan camera and Xtium CLHS frame grabbers target machine vision OEM and are designed to be integrated with flat panel, electronics, and semiconductor inspection, as well as other machine vision applications.

With the CLHS interface, the Piranha XL 16k monochrome camera offers speed and responsivity with low noise in a compact design. Employing Teledyne DALSA’s most advanced CMOS sensor, the camera delivers 125 kHz line rate, with responsivity and exposure control, while maintaining low noise. The Piranha XL 16k camera delivers up to 2 GByte/sec data throughput with a single CX4 cable.

The Xtium-CLHS PX4 and PX8 are PCIe Gen 2 frame grabbers built for high-speed and high-bandwidth cameras. They combine reliability and performance with up to 7 data lanes to capture aggregate data rates of 2.1 GB/s and sustained host transfer bandwidth of over 3.2 GB/s (using Xtium-CLHS PX8). Fully supported by Sapera LT software, these frame grabbers are both cost-effective and easy to integrate. The Xtium CLHS frame grabbers feature seamless multi-board synchronization and built-in capability to re-distribute incoming images at maximum camera speeds to as many as 6 additional frame grabbers enabling distributed image processing across multiple computers.

The Piranha XL multi-line camera and Xtium-CLHS frame grabber are designed to help reduce inspection and manufacturing costs and enable the reliable transfer of information at high speeds without compromise.

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