As currently constituted on the Basler website, the dart cameras are available in seven total models, when including monochrome and color versions:daA2500-14uc/um, daA1920-15um, daA1920-30uc/umm and the daA1280-54uc/um. These cameras feature Aptina (ON Semiconductor) CMOS image sensors ranging in size from 1.2 MPixel to 5 MPixel and achieve frame rates of 14 fps, 15 fps, 30 fps, and 54 fps, respectively. The 27 mm x 27 mm board-level cameras are available in S-Mount, CS-Mount, and bare board versions.
Customers can also pick from a range of accessories that are suitable for the dart, includingBasler lenses, lens adapters, matching cables, and an I/O starter kit. Additionally, the cameras come with Basler’s pylon camera software suite.
Basler’s dart cameras are one of the few board-level cameras currently on the market that are compliant with the USB3 Vision standard, according to the company.
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