Basler has launched ace 2, the next generation of its ace camera series.
It comes with an optimised hardware design, the latest CMOS sensors and features such as Compression Beyond, Pixel Beyond and PGI, which, said Basler, ensures higher frame rates, reduced data volumes and superior image quality.
The new ace 2 starts with four models each in the ace 2 Basic and ace 2 Pro product lines. They feature Sony’s IMX392 sensor, offer 2.3 megapixels resolution and deliver up to 160 frames per second.
Both lines are available with both GigE and USB 3.0 interfaces and can be combined with Basler’s accessory portfolio.
ace 2 Basic
The ace 2 Basic is specifically designed for the standard requirements of a vision system in terms of functionality and price awareness and fulfils these tasks in an exemplary manner and with the usual reliability. The first four models are equipped with Sony’s IMX392 sensor, offer 2.3 megapixel resolution at a frame rate of 51 fps in the GigE version and up to 160 fps with USB 3.0 interface. The advantage for customers: they only pay for what they really need for their application.
ace 2 Pro
The four models of the ace 2 Pro line additionally offer powerful in-camera features: in addition to the proven PGI feature set, with Compression Beyond and Pixel Beyond, they include two unique new features, patent pending from Basler, which contribute directly to increasing the performance of a vision system.