The Basler beat 12 megapixel high-resolution camera uses the super-sensitive next-generation CMOSIS sensor, the CMV12000.
Performance by design
This next-generation CMOS sensor yields far better image quality than the older CMOS sensors. Its output is easily comparable to the image quality created by CCD sensors.
Beyond their high-performance sensors, Basler beat cameras incorporate other features developed over 25 years of imaging experience and camera design expertise.
- Compact and rugged housing for safe and simple integration, and come with a comprehensive range of accessories.
- Outstanding price/performance ratio this camera series is ideal for price-sensitive applications where high speed and high resolution are a must.
The facts and figures
- Resolution of 4096×3072 pixels
- 62 frame per second at full resolution
- 1.75” CMOSIS sensor with 5.5micron square pixels
- CameraLink output
Industry standard for ease of integration
Continuing the theme of offering customers products that confirm to industry standards, the beat camera is offered with a Camera Link interface and GenICam.
Also based on the GenICam standard, the Basler pylon Camera Software Suite operates with all models of the beat series, allowing for quick access to all features and optimal operation of the camera.
- Basler pylon is available for Windows and Linux and has been proven in tens of thousands of installations.
Why buy a Basler beat camera from Multipix Imaging?
- Expert advice on camera selection
- Reliable and respected pre-sales and post-sales technical support
- One stop shop and for the whole vision chain including: Euresys Cameralink frame grabbers with proven beat camera interface
- Extensive application knowledge
- OEM account management
- Friendly and dependable staff
Where to use a Basler beat machine vision camera
- Traffic applications – number plate recognition across multiple leans with one camera.
- Industrial Manufacturing/Automation Inspection – soldering , electronic components, measurements , silicon wafer , PCB , X-ray etc.
- Research/University – highly flexible camera covering many inspection tasks or imaging for research purposes.
- Industrial automated metrology and identification inspection tasks