Latest Basler ace USB 3.0 cameras feature CMOSIS image sensors
Basler has introduced six new models in its line of ace USB 3.0 cameras that feature the CMV2000 and CMV4000 CMOS image sensors from CMOSIS.
Basler has introduced six new models in its line of ace USB 3.0 cameras that feature the CMV2000 and CMV4000 CMOS image sensors from CMOSIS. The acA2000-165 camera is available with a CMV2000 2 MPixel image sensor and achieves a frame rate of 165. The camera is available in color (acA2000-165uc), monochrome (acA2000-165um), and with heightened near-infrared sensitivity (acA2000-165umNIR). The other set of new cameras is the acA2040-90, which is available with the CMV4000 4 MPixel image sensor and achieves a frame rate of 90 fps. This camera is also available in color (acA2040-90uc), monochrome (acA2040-90um), and with heightened NIR sensitivity (acA2040-90umNIR). All camera models feature a 5.5 µm x 5.5 µm pixel size and global shutter and are suitable for use in machine vision, intelligent traffic systems, medical imaging, and microscopy applications.
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Headquarters: Ahrensburg, Germany
Product: USB 3.0 ace cameras with CMOSIS sensors
Key Features: 2 MPixel CMV2000 and 4 MPixel CMV4000 CMOS image sensors, 165 fps (acA2000-165), 90 fps (acA2040-90), NIR sensitivity.
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