New Genie Nano-CXP Cameras Boast Unrivaled Speed and Resolution

Teledyne Dalsa expands their CoaXpress camera portfolio with new color models.

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Teledyne DALSA, a Teledyne Technologies [NYSE:TDY] company and global leader in machine vision technology, is pleased to announce its new Genie Nano-CXP C4090 and C5100 cameras, based on the On-Semi 16M and 25M Mono color sensors, are in full production now.  

Built around the industry’s leading CMOS image sensors, these latest models range from 16 to 67-megapixel resolution with proven CoaXPress 6.25 Gbps technology offering breakthrough speed, robust build quality for wide operating temperatures, and an unmatched feature set. Perfectly complemented by the half-length Xtium-CXP frame grabber, they have been designed to work synergistically, minimizing CPU usage, and improving processing times for host applications by enabling maximum sustained throughput and ready-to-use image data. The Genie Nano-CXP cameras are a perfect upgrade to significantly slower Camera Link based systems.

Offering 25 million pixels at 80 fps in a small form factor, Genie Nano-CXP cameras are engineered to deliver high-speed, dependable results for applications such as semiconductor wafer inspection, electronics manufacturing, solar panel inspection, and general machine vision.

Key Features:

  •  Six models are offered, in 16 and 25M in monochrome, color and NIR enhanced versions
  • Industry’s smallest 25M CXP cameras
  • Trigger-to-Image Reliability  (T2IR) framework improves the reliability of your inspection system and protects from data loss
  • GenICam, CoaXPress 1.1 compliant
  • Robust all-metal body with three-year warranty

For more information about the Genie Nano-CXP models visit the website. For high quality images, please visit our online media kit.

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