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Latest CMOS sensor enable unprecedented line scan camera speeds.

Multipix Imaging : 09 May, 2007  (New Product)
Basler Sprint range of line scan cameras achieve high capture rates combined with high levels of image quality.
The New 'Sprint' Line scan family from Basler with monochrome and colour
models has resolutions from 2k to 4k pixels and line rates from 20 kHz to
140 kHz. These extremely high line capture rates and the resulting short
integration times require very high sensitivity and a low noise level to
achieve excellent image quality. These goals were reached with a new CMOS
sensor that was developed exclusively for Basler. This new dual line sensor
represents the next generation of CMOS sensor technology and combines the
highest speeds with outstanding sensitivity. The resulting advantages for
your application include increased throughput and easier integration of your
lighting system.

When the dual line sensor in the Basler sprint is used to sequentially scan
an object, signal-to-noise ratio and sensitivity are significantly improved.
The dual line sensor can also be equipped with a Bayer pattern filter to
produce colour models of the 'Sprint'. A standard Camera Link interface
simplifies system integration and provides reliable data transfer at very
high rates.

MultiPix suggest these line scan cameras are perfect for use in applications
such as: Web inspection (wood, paper, foil, etc.); Surface inspection
(printed circuit boards, flat panels and displays, semiconductors, etc);
Document scanning, postal sorting and Food inspection.
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