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"Get More Vision" with DALSA at VISION 2009

WATERLOO, ONTARIO – DALSA Corporation [TSX: DSA], a global leader in machine vision technology, will showcase eight new camera models, plus a new frame grabber, vision processor and software tools, exhibiting the full depth and breadth of its machine vision technology at VISION 2009, the 22nd international trade fair for machine vision and identification technologies in Stuttgart, Germany, November 3-5, 2009.

Who: DALSA Corporation, a leader in the design, manufacturing and deployment of digital imaging components for the machine vision market, will be demonstrating its cameras, frame grabbers, vision appliances, vision processors, image sensors, and software at VISION 2009, with the theme of “Get More Vision.”

What: Visit DALSA’s booth (Hall 4, Booth D53) at VISION 2009 where DALSA will present the following:

8 New Digital Cameras Models

  • The Spyder3 Color, 2k, 18 kHz and 4k, 9 kHz GigE cameras provides high color fidelity, ease of use, and a low-cost solution for the fast growing color imaging market. Spyder 3 Color uses dual line sensor technology and is GigE Vision®-compliant. More details will be announced at the show.
  • The Falcon VGA300 HG, Falcon 1M120 HG, and the Falcon 1.4M100 HG cameras feature high quality DALSA CMOS image sensors. These three new Falcon cameras are ideal for many industrial vision applications including electronics and semiconductor inspection. More details on these cameras will be announced at the show.
  • The recently announced BOA smart camera will be demonstrated for the first time at VISION 2009. BOA is an all-in-one machine vision solution that is smarter, easier to use, and more flexible than previous generations of smart cameras. It is the first smart camera in its class to incorporate multiple processing engines.
  • Two new models of its Genie™ GigE Vision-compliant camera family. The Genie C1280 and Genie M1280 cameras feature high quality, 1.2 Megapixel image .Genie cameras are extremely easy to use; this has resulted in their successful and swift adoption, displacing analog cameras to become the “camera of choice” for machine vision. 

In addition DALSA will be previewing its latest frame grabber, image processor and Sapera Essential functionality…

Sapera Essential – New Tools

  • A new Measurement Tool for machine vision inspection applications including positioning, identification, and guidance and Nitrous – turbo-charged image processing - a suite of add-on image processing functions optimized for GPU and multi-core CPUs. Download evaluation copy of Sapera Essential 01/2010 Preview Edition.

  • The Xcelera CL+ PX8 Full frame grabber. The newest edition to the Xcelera series delivers bandwidth beyond 1 Gigabyte/second over multiple lane PCI Express implementations. Compatible with a Base, Medium or Full Camera Link® camera, the Xcelera-CL+ PX8 Full supports a wide variety of multi-tap area and line scan color and monochrome cameras.

  • The XRI-1600, a PC-based digital image processor designed for enhanced X-ray imaging in both diagnostic and industrial inspection applications. This Camera Link, PCIe X 4 image processor is Windows 7 compatible and delivers pixel depths of 8, 10, 12, 14, and 16.


Proposed Next Generation Camera Interface

  • Learn more about a new camera to frame grabber interface pioneered by DALSA (HS Link). The new interface complements existing Camera Link data rates, while delivering beyond Camera Link bandwidth capability. The interface utilizes off-the-shelf components carrying image data, configuration data, and low-jitter real time triggering signals over a simple network topology. DALSA is scheduled to present details to the Automated Imaging Association's (AIA) Camera Link committee in Stuttgart.

Where: VISION 2009
New Trade Fair Centre Stuttgart
Stuttgart, Germany
Hall 4, Booth D 53

When: November 3-5, 2009

Media Note: For interview requests, please email [email protected] or visit Hall 4, Booth #D53. DALSA Management will be available for media interviews during the week of the show. For high resolution images of DALSA’s products, please visit our online media kit.

About DALSA’s Machine Vision Products and Services
For more than 25 years DALSA has led the design, manufacture and deployment of digital imaging components for the machine vision OEM market, and now offers Vision Solutions for factory floor deployment. Today, DALSA image sensors, cameras, frame grabbers, software, and vision appliances are used in thousands of automated inspection systems around the world and across multiple industries including semiconductor, flat panel display, electronics, automotive, medical, packaging and general manufacturing.

About DALSA Corporation
DALSA is an international leader in high performance digital imaging and semiconductors with approximately 1,000 employees worldwide. Established in 1980, the company designs, develops, manufactures and markets digital imaging products and solutions, in addition to providing semiconductor products and services. DALSA's core competencies are in specialized integrated circuit and electronics technology, software, and highly engineered semiconductor wafer processing. Products and services include image sensor components (CCD and CMOS); electronic digital cameras; vision processors; image processing software; and semiconductor wafer foundry services for use in MEMS, high-voltage semiconductors, image sensors and mixed-signal CMOS chips. DALSA is listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol “DSA” and has its corporate offices in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

Media Contact:

Maria Doyle
Red Javelin Communications, Inc.
Tel: +1-781-964-3536
e-mail: [email protected]  

Published 2009-10-27

DALSA showcases eight new camera models, a new frame grabber, image processor and software tools at the VISION 2009 trade show in Stuttgart, Germany, November 3-5 2009.

See DALSA in Hall 4, Booth D 53.

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