USB 3.0 Cameras

USB 3.0 is the newest interface on the image processing market. Read here about when USB 3.0 is the ideal choice for your applications, factors to remember during installation and which camera models Basler is offering you.

USB3 Vision Cameras

USB3 Vision cameras are an excellent tool for a variety of applications. Especially their bandwidth that effectively closes the speed gap between Camera Link and GigE interfaces, their simple plug and play functionality and their Vision Standard compliance make them suitable for industrial applications.

In addition, the USB 3.0 is perfectly tailored for the latest generation of CMOS sensors, with the architecture and bandwidth to take advantage of all that new technology has to offer.

Selected advantages of the USB 3.0 interface:
  • Fast: High data throughput rates of up to 350 MB/s
  • Outstanding real-time compatibility
  • High stability
  • Simple integration into all image processing applications (libraries)
  • Reliable industrial USB3 Vision Standard
  • Low CPU load
  • Low latency and jitter
  • Screw-down plug connectors
  • Integrated memory and buffers for top stability in industrial applications.
  • Plug and play functionality

Basler USB 3.0 cameras

The following camera series are available with the USB 3.0 interface:
Basler ace
  • Broad sensor portfolio: CCD, CMOS and NIR variants
  • Extensive firmware features
  • VGA to 14 MP resolution, up to 750 fps
Basler dart

Basler dart

  • Outstanding price/performance ratio
  • Board level, small and flexible
  • 1.2 MP to 5 MP and up to 60 fps
Basler pulse

Basler pulse

  • Compact and lightweight, with elegant design
  • Global shutter and rolling shutter options
  • 1.2 MP to 5 MP and up to 60 fps

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