Teledyne DALSA's latest camera, the Piranha4, is a 2k quadlinear line scan camera featuring RGB output and a near infrared channel for multispectral imaging. The camera features a 2048 x 4 CMOS image sensor with a 14.08 µm x 14.08 µm pixel size, a total data rate of 573 MHz, and a maximum line rate of 70 kHz. It is available in Camera Link base, medium, full, or deca, and also features sub-pixel spatial correction, horizontal parallax correction, multiple AOI and ROI, and independent exposure time for each color channel. In addition, the camera has a selectable 8, 10, or 12-bit depth. The Piranha4, according to Teledyne DALSA, can be used in a range of machine vision applications, including print, bank note inspection, electronics manufacturing, food and material sorting.
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Contact: Teledyne DALSA
Headquarters: Waterloo, ON, Canada
Product: Piranha4 quadlinear line scan camera
Key Features: 2048 x 4 CMOS image sensor, 14.08 µm x 14.08 µm pixel size, total data rate of 573 MHz, maximum line rate of 70 kHz, Camera Link interface.
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