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Firstsight Vision Announces Unique High Speed and Resolution Camera

A new, 1.4 megapixel, high speed camera from DALSA, the Falcon 1.4M100, is now available from Firstsight Vision. Featuring DALSA's patented CMOS sensor technology, the new camera delivers an astonishing 100 fps at full 1400 x 1024 pixel resolution. Even faster frame rates can be achieved through vertical windowing. The dynamic range of 57 db ensures excellent image quality.

Housed in a compact body, the new camera is ideally suited to applications in electronics manufacturing and semiconductor inspection. These include wire and die bonding, flat panel display inspection and pick and place. The high speed capabilities also make it suitable for use in industrial metrology and general machine vision applications such as print registration and pharmaceutical inspection .

The unique sensor provides global shuttering, global reset and concurrent integration and readout. True global shuttering is ideally suited to imaging fast-moving objects. It captures crisp images without smear or distortion by electronically shuttering all pixels simultaneously even at short exposure times. This avoids the distortion of images of moving objects associated with rolling shutter technology.

Fully programmable via base mini Camera Link (CL), the camera incorporates exposure control, gain and offset adjustment, and flat-field correction. The mini Camera Link interface allows data transmission over 10 metre cable lengths. Ease of use is enhanced through direct camera control using DALSA's CamExpert(™) point-and-click graphical user interface.

The Falcon 1.4M100 is fully compatible with DALSA's Xcelera PoCL (Power over Camera Link) series of frame grabbers, as well as DALSA's X64-CL and Anaconda CL vision processors.

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