GigE Vision cameras from Teledyne DALSA developed for cost-conscious machine vision applications

New to the Genie Nano GigE Vision line of machine vision cameras from Teledyne DALSA are color and monochrome versions (Genie Nano C1240 and M1240, respectively) of a camera built around a PYTHON P3 sensor that is designed for cost-conscious imaging applications.

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New to the Genie Nano GigE Vision line of machine vision cameras from Teledyne DALSA are color and monochrome versions (Genie Nano C1240 and M1240, respectively) of a camera built around a PYTHON P3 sensor that is designed for cost-conscious imaging applications. The sensor is the 1.3 MPixel ON Semiconductor PYTHON1300 P3 global shutter CMOS image sensor, which has a 4.8 µm pixel size and has a standard frame rate of 90 fps and 93 fps in TurboDrive mode, which offers faster frame rates and full image quality. Additionally, the GigE Vision cameras feature Teledyne DALSA’s Trigger-to-Image-Reliability for system control and debugging, support for Linux, and a 44 x 29 x 21 mm footprint.

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Teledyne DALSA
Headquarters: Waterloo, ON, Canada
Product: Genie Nano C1240 and M1240 GigE Vision cameras
Key Features: 1.3 MPixel ON Semiconductor PYTHON1300 P3 global shutter CMOS image sensor, 93 fps in TurboDrive mode, GigE Vision interface.

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