Teledyne DALSA announces Piranha XL series CMOS TDI cameras |

Teledyne DALSA announces Piranha XL series CMOS TDI cameras

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Teledyne DALSA announces Piranha XL series CMOS TDI cameras

September 21, 2016 - Teledyne DALSA announced the addition of multi-line color CMOS TDI cameras to its Piranha XL family. These new models are optimized to provide performance and color imaging.

Piranha XL cameras feature multi-line color CMOS TDI (Time Delay and Integration) technology. Employing Teledyne DALSA's CMOS sensor architecture, the 8k and 16k models deliver color imaging using 4 rows per RGB channel for 12 rows in total. Data throughput is beyond 3 Gbytes per second on a single CX4 cable.

Key features:

  • High-sensitivity color TDI for high-speed color imaging with 4x the responsivity of a single-line tri-linear camera through TDI summing of 4 rows per color making it ideal for low-light conditions
  • True RGB colors – outputs native colors without interpolation
  • High speed and high resolution – inspects more in less time with a maximum line rate of 210kHz (70kHz x 3) in full color mode in either 8k or 16k resolution
  • Exposure control with a common exposure time for better image quality and minimum impact from encoder jitter
  • Parallax and sub-pixel spatial correction for ease of integration in challenging environments

The CLHS interface and built-in Trigger to Image Reliability (T2IR) framework safeguard every bit in the camera’s full throughput. While CLHS inherently provides data packet resend and immunity from single bit errors, Teledyne DALSA’s T2IR provides monitoring, diagnostics, track and trace, and buffers to prevent data loss. Several cable vendors now offer CLHS copper or active optical cables for proven long distance, full bandwidth data transfer for Piranha XL cameras and Xtium frame grabbers.

About Teledyne DALSA

Teledyne DALSA is a specialist in sensing, imaging, and specialized semiconductor fabrication. Thei image sensing solutions span the spectrum from infrared through visible to X-ray.

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