High speed and high quality images: the Basler beat high-resolution camera offers both, with its super-sensitive next-generation CMOSIS sensor CMV12000. Its image quality far exceeds that offered by older CMOS sensors, and is easily comparable with the image quality of CCD sensor cameras.
The Basler beat beA4000 camera features both a mono and color model at a full resolution of 12 megapixels, with progressive scan and global shutter technology. Superior image quality even at high image capture rates and high resolutions makes a convincing argument for this advanced camera family.
The CMOSIS CMV12000 has relatively large 5.5 micron pixels for great sensitivity. Its global shutter is ideal for imaging objects in motion.
The Basler beat beA4000 has a Full Camera Link interface. It may be configured for 2, 3, 8 or 10 tap geometry, with 8, 10 or 12 bits per pixel and clock speed of up to 84 MHz. (See the manual for details.) We recommend combining this camera with the CRBW205 frame grabber for achieving maximum performance.
The advantages of the Basler beat family include:
> 12 megapixels high-resolution sensor with 5.5 micron pixels
> Progressive scan 1.75" CMOS with Global shutter
> More than 60 frames per second
> Compact and rugged housing for easy integration
> Compatible with vision industry standards
> Field-proven Basler pylon Camera Software Suite
> Very attractive price/performance ratio
> High bandwidth connection for maximum grabbing speed with Camera Link
> 100% quality checked and calibrated to give you consistent performance and reliability
|Sensor Resolution:||4096 (h) x 3072 (v) pixels|
|Sensor Size:||28.16 mm (1.75")|
|Sensor Model:||CMOSIS CMV12000ES-2E5C1PA|
|Frame Rate (full resolution):||62 frames/second|
|Quantum Efficiency:||45.0 %|
|Dark Noise:||14.0 e-|
|Saturation Capacity:||12.0 ke-|
|Dynamic Range:||59.0 dB|
|Signal-to-Noise Ratio:||41.0 dB|
|Test Method:||EMVA 1288 for Mono|
|Data Interface:||Camera Link|
|Flange-Back Distance||9 mm|
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