Teledyne DALSA launches new family of CMOS X-ray cameras

Teledyne DALSA has announced the release of the first model of its new Rad-icon series of CMOS X-ray cameras. The Rad-icon 1520 camera features a 1548 x 2064 pixel array with a 99 µm x 99 µm pixel size and active area of 15.3 x 20.4 cm.

May 5th, 2014
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Teledyne DALSA has announced the release of the first model of its new Rad-icon series of CMOS X-ray cameras. The Rad-icon 1520 camera features a 1548 x 2064 pixel array with a 99 µm x 99 µm pixel size and active area of 15.3 x 20.4 cm. The camera also features a GigE or Camera Link interface, 30 fps frame rate, 14-bit digitization of images, energy range from 10 to 225 kV, 5 lp/mm resolution, and software development kit, drivers, and programming support. Rad-icon 1520 cameras are suitable for use in industrial X-ray inspection, scientific imaging, and non-destructive testing applications such as weld inspection, wire bond, and printed circuit board inspection.

To Learn More:

Contact:Teledyne DALSA
Headquarters: Waterloo, ON, Canada
Product:
Rad-icon 1520 camera
Key Features:
CMOS image sensor with 1548 x 2064 pixel array, 99 µm x 99 µm pixel size, active area of 15.3 x 20.4 cm, GigE or Camera Link interface, 30 fps.

What Teledyne DALSA says:

View more information on the Rad-icon 1520.

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