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CABR3001

4096 x 2168 Color CMOS Camera

Basler Boost boA4096-93cc

$2,820.00 each

Available in North America.

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9 MP resolution
93 FPS
CoaXPress 2.0
Color Camera
Available in C-mount and F-mount

The Basler CoaXPress 2.0 boA4096-93cc camera with the Sony IMX255 CMOS sensor delivers 93 frames per second with a 9 MP resolution.

The Basler Boost camera series features excellent resolution and high frame rates enabled by the CoaXPress 2.0 interface. CoaXPress 2.0 transfers up to 12.5 Gbps per cable, with support for up to 40 meter cable lengths. CoaXPress is one of the fastest interfaces available today.

The Boost feature's Basler's PGI feature set to enhance image quality. GenTL compatibility means you can use this camera with a large number of third party software applications. Please contact us to discuss frame grabber and software options.

The boost cameras are available with your choice of lens mount: C-mount, F-mount, M42 x 0.75, and M42 x 1. These must be purchased separately. Please refer to Accessories below.

Mechanical

Lens Mount: Optional

Miscellaneous

Sensor Resolution: 4,096 (h) x 2,160 (v) pixels
Sensor Size: 15.98 mm (1")
Sensor Model: Sony IMX255LQR
Chroma: Color Bayer
Shutter Type: Global
Frame Rate (full resolution): 93.0 frames/second
Data Interface: CoaXPress
Data Rate: 10 Gigabit Ethernet

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This camera is warranted by the manufacturer to be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use for a period of three (3) years from the date of original factory manufacture. For further information, please refer to the manufacturer's website.

Returns are subject to Basler's 40% restocking charge. Open packages may not be returned.

All returns must be pre-authorized by Machine Vision Store and shipped with freight pre-paid. Please contact us to request authorization and instructions. The item's serial number and associated sales order number will be needed.