The new Teledyne Dalsa Falcon2 series CameraLink cameras, now available from Stemmer Imaging, offer frame rates of up to 168 frames per second with 4 MPixel resolution for high-speed imaging. A 12 MPixel resolution model offers a frame rate of 58 frames per second – which is claimed to be the highest frame rate currently available at this resolution.
Featuring the same improved-performance CMOS sensors used in Teledyne Dalsa's Genie TS cameras, the series is composed of three GenICam-compliant high-performance models with the CameraLink interface. True global shuttering removes unwanted smear and time displacement image artifacts, making Falcon2 cameras suitable for applications where throughput, resolution and dynamic range matter. These include automated optical inspection for electronics manufacturing, semiconductor wafer inspection and flat panel display inspection, as well as solar panel inspection. The Falcon2 series feature in-camera image pre-processing providing flat field correction.
An extensive feature set for the Teledyne Dalsa Falcon2 series CameraLink cameras includes programmable exposure time and frame rate via the CameraLink interface or by external hardware signals, and selectable aspect ratios (4:3 and 1:1). All three models are housed in a compact, rugged and thermally efficient body, so they need no external cooling system.
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