IRVINE, CA ‚â€“ Toshiba Teli America, Inc. introduces a CMOS-based machine vision camera boasting a proprietary and patented twelve-megapixel 1.9-inch CMOS monochrome progressive scan sensor.
The new Toshiba Teli CleverDragon CSC12M25BMP19 establishes an optimal imaging platform to assist OEMs and system integrators in developing improved solutions for high-speed machine vision, parts inspection, robotics and medical applications.
Users benefit greatly from the camera‚â€™s CMOS sensor‚â€™s 4096 (H) x 3072 (V) pixel resolution, along with its excellent 25-frames-per-second (fps) full-frame speed, and its low signal-to-noise ratio that is close to a traditional CCD. The development environment for the CSC12M25BMP19 is further enhanced by its Camera Link‚â„¢ standard interface (10/8 bit), allowing for immediate integration of the camera into new and existing systems without the need for special cables or frame grabbers.
In keeping with Toshiba Teli‚â€™s productivity-driven philosophy, the industrially rugged yet compact CSC12M25BMP19 features an electronic global shutter to capture clear images of parts on even the fastest moving assembly lines. In addition, the camera‚â€™s Window of Interest (WOI) function can be programmed to display a maximum of 28 square windows within a single image and then allow the user to select via a PC only those windows that are to be read out, significantly increasing fps rate.
Other key features include large square pixels (6.0‚Âµm x 6.0‚Âµm), an aspect ratio of 4:3, high sensitivity of 2000 lx (F5.6), wide dynamic range, and RDM trigger shutter.
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