September 7, 2015

              Basler pulse Moves into Series Production

              Our new Basler pulse camera is headed into series production, meaning that this distinctive camera is now available in large unit counts. It is a highly flexible camera capable of assisting with a wide range of applications, including those in the Medical & Life Sciences, Traffic & Transportation (ITS) and Retail markets, as well as for numerous microscopy applications.

              The lightweight camera (just 60 g) is built into a robust yet elegant metal housing measuring 38.8 x 28.2 mm (diameter x length) and features a tripod socket. The CS-mount can easily be converted into a C- or S-mount. The pulse is available with either global or rolling shutter CMOS sensors, resolutions of up to 5 MP and frame rates of up to 54 fps. Beyond this, it also features a cutting-edge, ultra-fast USB 3.0 port for fast and secure data transfer and low power consumption.

              Basler Product Manager Denis Dettmer notes: "The pulse is especially notable for its new image optimization algorithms that significantly improve quality. Next to an anti-flicker filter this camera comes with preset features for backlight compensation, de-noising, improved de-bayering, as well as for sharpness and contrast enhancement. These cameras will record perfect images from the start, with no complicated configuration needed."

              This autumn also will see the pulse expanded to include two additional models with the EV76C570 CMOS sensor from e2V inside and frame rates of up to 60 fps. As a technology leader, we offer comprehensive support in areas such as the switchover from CCD to CMOS. The pulse represents yet another camera series from Basler with the latest CMOS sensor technology and its flawless image quality and color fidelity.

              For more information about the Basler pulse and its upcoming models, please visit

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