Basler will showcase a number of its latest USB3 Vision camera models at the AIA Vision Show in Boston from April 15-17, including the new 10 MPixel color and monochrome ace USB 3.0 camera and the 14 MPixel ace USB 3.0 camera. The 10 MPixel acA3800-14uc ace camera features a 1/2.3” progressive scan Aptina CMOS image sensor with 1.67 µm x 1.67 µm pixel size and a frame rate of 14 fps. The 14 MPixel acA4600-10uc also features a 1/2.3” progressive scan Aptina CMOS image sensor, but with a 1.4 µm x 1.4 µm pixel size and 10 fps frame rate. In addition, Basler will showcase its USB cameras that feature 2 and 4 MPixel CMV2000 and CMV4000 image sensors from CMOSIS, as well as its 2 MPixel cameras in full-HD format with USB or GigE interface.
AIA Vision Show booth number: 220
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Headquarters: Ahrensburg, Germany
Product: USB 3.0 ace cameras
Key Features: Progressive scan Aptina CMOS image sensors, 14 fps (acA3800-14uc), 10 fps (acA4600-10uc), USB3 Vision compliant.
What Basler says:
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