Visitors who stop by the Basler booth at Vision China will have the opportunity to see the company’s ace and dart machine vision cameras, as well as the newly-launched Basler lenses. Two recently released ace camera models (pictured) are the acA 1920-50 gm/gc GigE cameras (color and monochrome) and acA 1920-155 gm/gc USB 3.0 camera, which feature Sony’s IMX174 global shutter CMOS sensor. The GigE cameras achieve a frame rate of 50 fps, while the USB 3.0 cameras achieve a frame rate of 155 fps with a USB 3.0 interface.
The newly-launched "dart" series of USB 3.0 board level cameras are initially available in seven models, including color and mono versions. These cameras feature Aptina (ON Semiconductor) CMOS 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.
Lastly, Basler will showcase its newly-announced line of C-Mount machine vision lenses, which were designed for image sensors smaller than 1/2” and optimized for use with Basler ace and dart machine vision cameras. Currently, there are six models available with focal lengths ranging from 4 mm to 25 mm.
Vision China booth number: N1-1252
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Headquarters: Ahrensburg, Germany
Product: ace and dart cameras, Basler lenses
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