Toshiba Teli BG

Toshiba Teli Compact GigE Vision cameras

  • CMOS and CCD Sensor series
  • Sony Pregius CMOS sensors
  • Small form factor
  • From VGA to 5MP resolution
  • Feature rich camera control
  • 3 year warranty

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Toshiba Teli BG industrial camera series with GigE Vision interface.

The series offer CCD from 0.3MP to 2MP resolution whereas the CMOS cameras offer 0.4MP to 5MP.

  • Different sensors options to suit your application requirements
  • Gigabit Ethernet interface (Power over Ethernet)
  • GigEVision compliant
  • Camera features such as Region-of-Interest for increased frame rates and flexible trigger timing control.
  • Many in this series feature the Teli original IP “Teli Core Technology” – FPGA based camera design for optimised performance and response of camera control.

The Toshiba Teli cameras are feature rich and offer unique technology based on the Teli IP Core. Whereas many camera manufacturers use third party chipsets requiring a combination of CPU and firmware, the Toshiba Teli design is based purely on FPGA hardware; camera response time to commands is up to 100 times faster than standard machine vision cameras!

Benefits of Teli IP Core include:

  • highly sophisticated sequencer to change camera parameters on the fly
  • bulk triggering – one external trigger sets off a series of internal triggers
  • real-time camera control via software negating need for GPIO cabling


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Toshiba Teli Image Buffer Mode

When operating in the Toshiba Teli Image Buffer mode, the camera can temporarily store acquired images in a image buffer on the camera without sending them to the PC. The application running on the PC can then read-out the stored images at an appropriate time. When operating in this mode it is possible to start... Read more »

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Toshiba Teli Sequential Shutter Mode

Sequential Shutter is a camera function for capturing images of a target object under different multiple camera settings, for example, changing between frames the exposure time, gain, image offset (x/y) and so on. This can be very useful for applications that are imaging either different parts of the same object or the same part of... Read more »

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