Basler aviator machine vision camera offers superb image quality and fast frame rates.
Equipped with Truesense KAI CCD sensors, with 4 tap readout for speed performance, the aviator is available with 1 ,2 and 4 megapixel resolution.
With 5.5micron pixels these Interline Transfer CCD’s features broad dynamic range, excellent imaging performance.
- CameraLink or GigE Vision interface
- Excellent linearity, dynamic range and low noise levels.
- 25+ camera features such as auto-exposure/gain and deboucing on I/O
- Attractive price/performance.
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What is tap balancing?
The difficulties associated with tap balancing are significant because there are a number of possible disturbing influences that must be compensated.
Environmental and sensor characteristics mean that the output from each quadrant may vary, even when the sensor is viewing a uniform object. This effect must be compensated for by using electronics and processing software within the camera.
This required uniformity is a critical prerequisite for most of the analysis algorithms and Basler have worked hard to create consistently higher performance.
As a Multipix Imaging customer you benefit from Basler’s efforts;
- Taps are factory calibrated over the entire operating range.
- Calibration is automatically performed by the Basler Camera Test Tool Plus to ensure reproducible camera quality.
- Separate gain settings are available for each tap allowing manual adjustment if desired.
- Separate black level settings are also available for each tap.
Applications for Basler aviator
Where to use a Basler aviator industrial camera;
- Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) (ie. journey time measurement, parking or access control solutions as well as intelligent traffic monitoring, city tolling and speed enforcement)
- Production Control typical with colour inspection, print inspection and automatic product separation and selection.
- Medical imaging (ie. pharmaceutical ,microscopy, sports and motion analysis)