GigE Vision cameras from Teledyne DALSA built around 1/3” CMOS sensors from Sony

Designed around 1/3” CMOS image sensors that replace Sony’s soon-to-be-discontinued CCD image sensors, the new C1450/M1450 (color, monochrome versions) are the latest addition to Teledyne DALSA’s line of Genie Nano industrial cameras. The GigE Vision cameras feature the 1/3” 1.6 MPixel Sony IMX273 electronic global shutter CMOS image sensor, which features a 3.45 µm pixel size and reaches a frame rate of up to 160 fps.

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Designed around 1/3” CMOS image sensors that replace Sony’s soon-to-be-discontinued CCD image sensors, the new C1450/M1450 (color, monochrome versions) are the latest addition to Teledyne DALSA’s line of Genie Nano industrial cameras. The GigE Vision cameras feature the 1/3” 1.6 MPixel Sony IMX273 electronic global shutter CMOS image sensor, which features a 3.45 µm pixel size and reaches a frame rate of up to 160 fps.

Additionally, the cameras feature Teledyne DALSA’s award-winning TurboDrive technology, which provides faster frame rate and full image quality, as well as the Sapera LT software development kit, Linux GigE-V Framework for embedded vision, and the Trigger-to-Image Reliability framework for full system-level monitoring, control, and diagnostics from image capture through transfer to host memory.

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Contact: Teledyne DALSA
Headquarters: Waterloo, ON, Canada
Product: Genie Nano GigE Vision cameras
Key Features: 1.6 MPixel Sony IMX273 CMOS image sensor, 160 fps, TurboDrive technology, Sapera LT SDK, Trigger-to-Image Reliability framework.

What Teledyne DALSA says:
View more information on the color model and the monochrome model.

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