The LT Series USB3 Cameras from Teledyne Lumenera have fully-locking USB3 connectors and rugged, compact enclosures. They have been constructed for 24/7 rugged use.
The cameras have been manufactured using the advanced global shutter Pregius™ CMOS sensors and the rolling shutter Starvis™ CMOS sensors from Sony®, ranging in resolution from 2 to 12 megapixels. The cameras work in an extensive range of imaging applications like Intelligent Traffic Systems (ITS), aerial imaging, life sciences, and robotic inspection solutions.
The Lt Series Cameras from Teledyne Lumenera provide a more compact and affordable imaging solution and have been particularly designed to address the difficulties of today’s contemporary imaging systems. Other imaging systems struggle to offer advanced vision performance while utilizing less space, less power, and fitting the increasingly tight budgets of the industry.
Key Features of the USB3 Cameras
- Excellent sensitivity with both front- and back-illuminated sensors (BSI)
- Rolling shutter and global shutter CMOS sensors are available
- High sensitivity with pixel sizes ranging from 2 to 3.45 µm
- Side-mounted USB connectors enable ease of use in OEM solutions
- Complies to USB3 Vision
- Low read noise, high speed, and high dynamic range
- Clarity offers smear-free images even in the presence of strong light sources
- 3 year warranty
- Linux SDKs (for embedded vision systems) and windows operating system are available
Teledyne Lumenera LT Series Cameras (Compact)
The following is a complete list of Teledyne Lumenera’s Lt Series Cameras:
Source: Teledyne Lumenera
|Lt-C1950 / Lt-M1950
|Lt-C2020 / Lt-M2020
|Lt-C2420 / Lt-M2420
|Lt-C3840 / Lt-M3840
|Lt-C4030 / Lt-M4030
|Lt-C4020 / Lt-M4020
About Sony Starvis and Sony Pregius CMOS Sensors
The rolling shutter CMOS sensors from Sony Starvis offer high-sensitivity imaging performance. Sony’s back-illuminated sensor technology ensures low noise, high dynamic range, and exceptional color reproduction.
When the photosensitive surface is applied on top of the metal wiring rather than the normal layout, where light is prevented around the photodiode, a larger amount of light can reach the sensor.
This kind of system enhances the sensitivity of the camera by having an all-around higher level of light during the imaging process.
Sony’s Pregius CMOS sensors offer a major advantage—global shutter technology combined with high frame rates and high resolution. A no-compromise solution to compact vision systems ensures remarkable imaging performance, such as high dynamic range, low noise, and good color reproduction.