Basler Area Scan Cameras
Basler area scan cameras offer top-quality images and an outstanding price/performance ratio.
No matter what your field, from factory automation and traffic monitoring (ITS) to retail and medical and life sciences, there's a Basler area scan camera that fits your needs perfectly. Select a suitable model for your application from our broad portfolio of area scan cameras.
Basler ace classic
Broad sensor selection incl. CMOSIS,
e2V, ON Semiconductor and Sony (CCD),
low priced, high performance
USB 3.0, GigE, Camera Link
Basler ace U
Advanced feature set, latest CMOS sensors from Sony (Pregius, STARVIS) and ON Semiconductor (PYTHON)
USB 3.0, GigE
Basler ace L
High resolution 9 & 12 MP Sony
Pregius CMOS sensors up to 1.1", advanced feature set
USB 3.0, GigE
High performance, excellent image quality, great price
GigE, Camera Link
Brilliant CMOS image quality and proven design
Modern high-performance cameras for high data rates and excellent image quality.
CoaXPress 2.0 (CXP-12)
Highly flexible and compact board level design
USB 3.0, BCON for LVDS, BCON for MIPI
Excellent image quality, slim design, easily integrated
A compact and low weight camera, with elegant design
50 models, proven worldwide, versatile
ace, dart or aviator – The Right Camera for Your Application
The Basler ace and Basler dart camera series are among Basler's best sellers, in no small part thanks to their outstanding price/performance ratio. Both camera series can be outfitted with a variety of CCD and CMOS sensors and various product features, ensuring a perfect fit for your needs. One of the newest members of our product family is the pulse camera series. The Basler pulse stands out for its elegant appearance and is also suitable for a wide range of vision applications.
Our portfolio also includes the aviator, Basler beat, scout and pilot camera series. Just like their smaller siblings, these models are known for their high frame rates and reliably outstanding image quality. The right camera for your application is always at hand.
Select a sensor that uses either a rolling shutter or a global shutter. Choosing between these sensors is a matter of evaluating your vision system's needs. Would you like to record fast moving objects? Then a global shutter is recommended. Rolling shutters are typically the more cost-effective solution, especially when the object is not moving.
The Right Interface for Your Application
Thanks to various interface standards such as USB3 Vision, Camera Link, CoaXPress and GigE Vision (Gigabit Ethernet), it is easy to integrate Basler area scan cameras into your application. The camera can be used for applications in a wide range of fields: Medical and Life Sciences, Retail, Traffic (ITS) and Factory Automation.