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The Basler acA4024-8gc GigE camera with the Sony IMX226 CMOS sensor delivers 8 frames per second at 12.2 MP Resolution.
acA4024-8gc With speeds of up to 751 fps and the latest CMOS sensors of the Sony Pregius and Sony STARVIS lines as well as PYTHON sensors from ON Semiconductor, the ace U represents the next evolution of the ace in the areas of sensor technology and firmware features. It offers state-of-the-art CMOS technology and interface standards combined with advanced firmware features such as PGI.
Highlights of the ace U
12.2 MP shading pictures at 8 outlines for every second
Great quantum productivity and dB dynamic range
Sony Starvis IMX226 sensor
Reduced 42 x 29 x 29 mm impression
Control over Ethernet (PoE) support
PGI picture upgrade
The Basler expert gives a full arrangement of highlights to address a wide scope of utilizations. Pixel information can be yield in 8 or 12 bit profundity. You may modify the camera’s dark dimension, gain, zone of intrigue, input debounce, and trigger postponement. It highlights programmed introduction control, pixel binning, flat picture reflecting, occasion announcing, sending of test pictures, and a programmable query table. There are likewise “lump” includes that incorporate an edge counter, time stamp, trigger information counter, and CRC checksum number cruncher. Note that not all highlights might be accessible when utilizing outsider programming.
Since this camera is GigE Vision and GenICam agreeable, there are numerous outsider programming applications and API’s that are good. Basler offers their sovereignty free Pylon SDK for 32 and 64 bit Windows and Linux stages.