Waterloo, Canada – March 8, 2016 - Teledyne DALSA, a Teledyne Technologies company and global leader in machine vision technology, will showcase its low-cost GigE area and line scan cameras, Genie Nano and the new 8k color Linea along with a preview of the industry’s first polarization line scan camera. Teledyne DALSA is located in booth W2-2646 at Vision China, Shanghai 2016. The show takes place from March 15-17, at the Shanghai New International Expo Center.
Featured in the booth:
The new Linea 8k Color line scan camera will be featured in a “live” demo. The Linea™ series is a low-cost, high value CMOS line scan offering – with GigE or Camera Link interface in 2, 4, 8 and 16k resolutions and soon-to-be-released color versions with up to 80 kHz line rates. Linea cameras are ideal for food inspection, electronics, material sorting, rail and web inspection.
The Genie™ Nano series is built around the industry’s most powerful image sensors and available in monochrome, color and NIR. With 19 models and more scheduled, affordable and easy-to-use Genie Nano cameras serve a growing number of applications, including intelligent transport systems (ITS), food and beverage, and printed circuit board (PCB) inspection.
BOA™ Spot vision sensors offer simplicity, affordability and reliable inspection performance for a range of error-proofing applications and combine the power and flexibility of a BOA vision system with integrated LED lighting, lens cover, and easy-to-use software.
GEVA Multi-camera Vision Systems provide the ease-of-use, performance and flexibility required to meet the diverse requirements of industrial applications, while accommodating the needs and experience of end users.
The Piranha™ XL multi-line CMOS camera and Xtium™ CLHS frame grabber offer a complete solution for next generation high speed inspections in light starved conditions such as flat panel display and printed circuit board inspection.
A preview of the industry’s first polarization line scan camera. This new technology extends vision capability with phase detection. In addition to surface and geometry, the polarization captures information beyond conventional imaging, including birefringence, stress, roughness, and thickness.
Advanced Polarization imaging, feature-rich and easy-to-use Vision Sensors highlighted in “live” demos in booth W2-2646