September 8, 2014

              Here they are: Our New ace Models with Sony's IMX 174 Sensor

              Basler ace Cameras
              It's currently one of the THE sensors on the market: Sony's IMX 174 CMOS sensor. It promises high frame rates, sensational sensitivity and top image quality. Basler currently has four ace models featuring this sensor. The cameras offer 2.3 MP of resolution, cutting-edge global shutter technology and outstanding value, with list prices of €799. 
              How can this camera improve your machine vision system?
              • The cameras are fast: With frame rates of 50 or 155 fps second, they can use the full GigE and USB 3.0 bandwidth.
              • The captured images are outstanding: The models offer a quantum efficiency of over 70%, a dynamic range around 73dB and extremely low noise. In short: tremendous images, even in difficult lighting conditions.
              • They are especially variable: The combination of high speeds and sensitivity expands available applications. As such, the ace models are not just suitable for numerous classical industrial applications but also for microscopy (where strong sensitivity is needed) and traffic applications (where high dynamic range is a must).
              What else makes the new ace cameras special?

              The outstanding sensor properties for the Basler ace are just one of the reasons why it is one of the most successful camera series in recent years. It also boasts a small yet robust housing, extremely stable data transfer technology and perfect implementation of the GigE Vision and USB3 Vision standards. Also included in the package: An extended 3-year warranty and our free Basler pylon Camera Software Suite.

              Want to gt to know them better?

              Contact our Sales team directly or your regional Basler distribution partner for more information. And visit us at the VISION Stuttgart fair (November 4-6, 2014), where we'll be showing the entire range of new ace IMX174 models.

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