Teledyne DALSA has unveiled its new Piranha™4 8k trilinear colour camera which delivers improved colour imaging at a lower cost.
This newest Piranha model uses Teledyne e2v’s latest CMOS 8k trilinear sensor, with a 7.5 x 7.5 µm pixel, and delivers a maximum line rate of 33 kHz x 3 or 100 kHz aggregate with a Camera Link interface.
Replacing the bilinear Piranha4, the trilinear model can be used in a variety of industrial applications including print, printed circuit board, electronic component, and general web inspections.
“We are delighted to offer system designers this new low-cost colour camera,” said Xing-Fei He, senior product manager.
“The Piranha4 trilinear model is the first combined product release from Teledyne DALSA and Teledyne e2v and is evidence of our close collaboration and advanced design, and production expertise. All pointing to the strength of our integration as Teledyne Imaging.
“With the combined strength of both companies, we are able to further deliver the industry’s best performing products and support to our OEM customers, with a shorter time to market.”
This newest Piranha4 model is supported by Teledyne’s Xtium series of high-performance frame grabbers. Together, they provide a total solution for demanding imaging applications.
- Teledyne e2v’s trilinear CMOS sensor
- High resolution 8k pixels
- High quality native RGB colours
- Independent exposure control for each channel
- Helps to lower system costs
For more information about the Piranha4 8k trilinear cameras, visit the website. www.teledynedalsa.com/mv