New TDI camera designed to detect subpixel defects

April 21, 2020
Two images are combined to create a single higher-resolution capture.

The Linea HS 32k TDI monochrome camera from Teledyne DALSA uses two 16 k/5 μm TDI arrays with pixel offset to capture two images in real time, that are then reconstructed to achieve a 32 k/2.5 µm image. According to the manufacturer, this method enhances detectability for subpixel defects. The system is also designed to function with 16 k/5 µm lenses without sacrifice in responsivity and MTF with a smaller physical pixel size.

Up to 150 kHz line rate in 32 k/2.5 µm resolutions, or 5 Gpix/sec, and Camera Link HS fiber optic interface are other features of the Linea HS 32k. The camera is 97 x 140.5 x 78.6 mm in size, supports M90 lenses, and has an operating temperature of 0° C - 60° C.


To Learn More:

Contact: Teledyne DALSA
Headquarters: Waterloo, ON, Canada
Product: Linea HS 32k TDI camera
Key Features: 32 k/2.5 µm resolution, up to 150 kHz line rate, Camera Link HS interface.

What Teledyne DALSA says: View more information on the Linea HS series cameras.

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