July 7, 2015

              Basler beat Goes into Series Production

              Starting in July 2015 the Basler beat will join our area scan camera portfolio, with both monochrome (beA4000-62km) and color (beA4000-62kc) models. The cameras feature 12 MP of resolution and the latest progressive scan and global shutter technology, all at an outstanding price/performance ratio.

              How can Basler beat cameras improve your machine vision system?

              • The cameras are fast: They process 62 frames per second, with high throughput thanks to the Camera Link interface.
              • The captured images are outstanding: Despite highest frame rates and resolutions, the Basler beat series never fails to deliver outstanding image quality.
              • They are especially variable: The series comes in a compact, robust housing to ensure secure and simple integration and compatibility with a wide selection of reliable accessories.
              The cameras are perfect for all types of measurement and identification tasks. They are frequently used in the semi-conductor and electronics manufacturing fields. Thanks to its high resolution levels, the series is also suitable for use in traffic applications, including license plate identification and multi-lane recording. Furthermore, the Basler beat can also be used in medical and laboratory automation applications such as fluorescence microscopy.
              What else makes the new Basler beat cameras special?

              Basler beat cameras are designed to meet industrial standards such as Camera Link and GenICam. Basler's free pylon Camera Software Suite is based on the GenICam standard and works with all models in the Basler beat series. The software suite provides quick access to all functions and optimal operation of the camera.

              For more information about our new Basler beat camera with CMOSIS sensors, please contact the Basler sales team or your regional Basler distribution partner.

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