October 2, 2012

              It’s VISION Time Again – Check Out Our Innovations

              It’s VISION time again. From November 6-8, the imaging industry gathers in Stuttgart, Germany to introduce their product innovations. Basler will again exhibit several camera innovations.

              We are excited to present you the following highlights at our brand new booth 1E42 in hall 1:
              • New ace area scan cameras with USB 3.0 interface: These cameras are compliant with the new USB3 Vision standard, which ensures that users will enjoy reliable data  transmission, greatest possible flexibility in selecting a camera and long-term safeguarding of their investment. Please find more information on these new models on our website (ace series' pages) end of October.
              • Six new racer line scan camera models: The racer had its premiere at last year’s VISION. This year, we are launching new GigE and Camera Link models with 6k, 8k, and 12k resolution. They use the latest line scan sensors based on highly sensitive CMOS technology with excellent image quality.
              • Our two successful ace Camera Link models with NIR-enhanced versions of the CMOSIS CMV2000 resp. CMV4000 sensors: the acA2000-340km-NIR with 2 MP resolution, and the acA2040-180km-NIR with 4 MP resolution.
              Want to know more? Come to Our Booth and Visit Our USB Presentation at The "Industrial VISION DAYS" on November 8, 2012

              We will present more information on the USB3 Vision standard, the place of USB 3.0 within the interface landscape, and our products on Thursday November 8 from 10:30-11:00 at the "Industrial VISION DAYS".

              Need a Free Ticket?

              Please click here to order a free admission code for the show via our website. You can redeem the code either before the show on the VISION website or on the show premises in the entrance hall.

              We are looking forward to seeing you at our booth 1E42 (hall 1)!

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