Basler celebrates anniversary of USB 3.0 camera launch with price cuts
One year after Basler launched its ace line of USB 3.0 cameras, it is now celebrating the anniversary by announcing a price cut for models ranging from VGA to 5 MPixel resolution.
One year after Basler launched its ace line of USB 3.0 cameras, it is now celebrating the anniversary by announcing a price cut for models ranging from VGA to 5 MPixel resolution. These USB 3.0 cameras feature CCD image sensors from Sony and CMOS image sensors from CMOSIS and Aptina and achieve frame rates from 14 fps to 165 fps, depending on the model. The cameras also come with Basler’s pylon camera software suit. In addition, the cameras work with C- or CS-Mount lens mounts, feature external triggering for synchronization and exposure control, can be used with Basler pylon Camera Software or third party USB3 Vision software, and are USB3 Vision and GenICam compatible. Basler’s ace USB 3.0 cameras now start at 199 €.
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Headquarters: Ahrensburg, Germany
Product: USB 3.0 ace camera
Key Features: Sizes ranging from VGA to 14 MPixel with CMOS and CCD sensor options from Aptina, Sony, and CMOSIS, frame rates up to 165 fps.
What Basler says:
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