November 22, 2013

              Our Frame Rate Calculator Now Also Supports the Latest ace GigE Models

              Basler Frame Rate Calculator
              How fast is my camera for the AOI (Area of Interest) when working within the parameters required for my application? Or posed the other way around: How can I tickle out the few extra fps (frames per second) I need for my application by changing the settings on my camera?

              Our proven Frame Rate Calculator has been providing our customers with this information for years, via an applet in the Support area of our website.

              The tool now supports the new Basler ace GigE models as well. The following ace GigE cameras in specific were added:

              • acA1280-60gm/gc (with CMOS sensors from e2v and rolling shutter)
              • acA1300-60gm/gc/gmNIR (with CMOS sensors from e2v; with rolling, global and global reset release shutter modes)
              • acA1600-60gm/gc (with CMOS sensors from e2v; with rolling, global and global reset release shutter modes)
              • acA1300-22gm/gc (with the same Sony ICX445 CCD sensors as the acA1300-30g)
              • acA1920-25gm/gc (with the same Aptina MT9P031 CMOS sensors as the acA2500-14g)
              For more information about the Frame Rate Calculator, please don't hesitate to contact Basler Support.

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