Basler introduces new line of compact USB 3.0 cameras
Read about the latest release from Basler—a line of compact, USB 3.0 cameras that are suitable for use in a range of applications, including scientific imaging, factory automation, microscopy, dermatology, in-vehicle automatic license plate recognition, and surveillance.
Expanding on its line of USB 3.0 cameras, Basler has launched its “pulse” camera series, which feature a USB3 Vision interface and new generation CMOS image sensors. Pulse cameras are initially available in three different models, which are available in color and mono, for a total of six cameras. The USB 3.0 cameras feature 1.2 and 5 MPixel CMOS image sensors from Aptina (ON Semiconductor) and are capable of achieving frame rates up to 54 fps. In addition, the cameras feature an integrated tripod adapter and a CS-mount that can easily be converted to a C- or S-mount. The cameras weigh less than 60g and measure just 38.8 mm x 28.2 mm, making them suitable for use in a range of such applications as scientific imaging, factory automation, microscopy, dermatology, in-vehicle automatic license plate recognition, and surveillance.
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Headquarters: Ahrensburg, Germany
Product: pulse USB 3.0 cameras
Key Features: Small form factor, USB3 Vision interface, 1.2 or 5 MPixel CMOS image sensors from ON Semiconductor, color and monochrome versions.
What Basler says:
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