November 7, 2014

              Welcome to Our New Basler Family Member, the Basler beat Series

              Basler beat
              The Basler beat is a new area scan camera series available with the high-speed and very sensitive CMOS sensor CMV12000 by CMOSIS. It features both a mono (beA4000-60km) and a color model (beA4000-60kc) with a full resolution of 12 megapixels with progressive scan and global shutter technology.

              It offers the following benefits for you:
              • High speed with more than 60 frames per second and high throughput through its Camera Link interface
              • Flexible and easy integration supported by a very compact design
              • Superior image quality even at high image capture rates and high resolution
              • Outstanding price/performance ratio
              • Ideal fit for price-sensitive applications where high speed and high resolution are a must
              The series offers a compact and rugged housing for safe and simple integration, and comes with a range of reliable accessories. The cameras are an ideal fit for all kinds of metrology and identification tasks. Typical applications include semiconductor and electronics manufacturing. With their high resolution, the series also shines in traffic applications (ITS) such as license plate recognition and being able to cover multiple lanes with only one camera.

              Basler beat cameras are compliant with industry standards such as Camera Link and GenICam. Based on the GenICam standard, Basler’s free pylon Camera Software Suite operates with all models of the beat series, allowing for quick access to all features and optimal operation of the camera.

              Further information about our new Basler beat cameras with CMOSIS sensors can be found here or simply contact Basler Sales or your regional Basler distribution partner!

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