Teledyne DALSA, a Teledyne Technologies company and global leader in machine vision, is pleased to announce its new Genie Nano-CXP 67M and 37M cameras based on the Teledyne e2v Emerald color and monochrome sensors.
The newest Genie Nano models are easy-to-use and feature a CoaXPress interface. The cameras are engineered for industrial imaging applications requiring high-speed data transfer, such as industrial automation, electronics manufacturing, packaging inspection, semiconductor inspection, PCB-AOI (Automated Optical Inspection), and general machine vision. Designed for a wider range of operating temperatures (from -20 °C to 60 °C housing temperature), the cameras can be integrated in harsh environments in imaging systems and increases their long-term reliability.
“With the addition of these higher resolution Genie Nano models, our camera portfolio spans resolutions from 16M to 67M with a CoaXPress 6Gbps interface to deliver the maximum throughput from leading-edge, high-resolution CMOS image sensors,” said Manny Romero, Senior Product Manager at Teledyne DALSA.
The Genie Nano-CXP 67M and 37M cameras are fully integrated with Teledyne DALSA’s Xtium™-CXP and Xtium2™-CXP series high performance frame grabbers, providing both convenience and guaranteed compatibility from a single vendor. The Xtium series frame grabbers are also supported by Sapera LT SDK, an image acquisition and control software development toolkit (SDK) that includes Trigger-to-Image (T2IR) framework for maximum reliability of the image acquisition system.
- Four new models in 67.1 and 37.7-million-pixel monochrome and color versions
- Wider range of operating temperatures of -20 °C to 60 °C (Housing Temperature) increasing camera long-term reliability in harsh environment imaging systems
- Series supports advanced high-performance camera features in a compact form factor for easy integration
- All-metal body with 3-year warranty
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