Teledyne DALSA charge transfer CMOS TDI camera big secret-pixel shift technology

The world leader in machine vision technology, Teledyne Technologies [NYSE:TDY] The company’s Teledyne DALSA is pleased to release its latest charge transfer CMOS TDI camera, the C Linea HS 32k TDI camera, which uses a patent-pending pixel shift technology.

The world leader in machine vision technology, Teledyne Technologies [NYSE:TDY] The company’s Teledyne DALSA is pleased to release its latest charge transfer CMOS TDI camera, the C Linea HS 32k TDI camera, which uses a patent-pending pixel shift technology.

“One of the biggest challenges of machine vision today is to increase resolution while maintaining or even reducing system-level costs. Our new Linea HS 32k TDI camera provides an innovative solution to meet this conflicting requirement. OEMs can easily Integrate this new camera into existing systems to achieve higher performance without changing any components.” said Xing-Fei He, senior product manager of Teledyne DALSA’s line scan product line.

Linea HS 32k uses a 16k/5μm TDI array with two pixel offsets. The camera collects two 16k/5μm images, and then realizes a 32k/2.5μm high-resolution image through real-time digital reconstruction. This up-conversion significantly enhances the detectability of sub-pixel defects. One of the advantages of this patent-pending pixel shift technology is that it can use existing light sources and 16k/5μm lenses without the low sensitivity and low MTF caused by the small pixel size.

Teledyne DALSA charge transfer CMOS TDI camera big secret-pixel shift technology

These new products are used in conjunction with Teledyne’s Xtium™2 CLHS series of high-performance frame grabbers and represent a breakthrough in data throughput. The next-generation CLHS optical fiber interface is built ON a technology that has been proven on-site and can provide reliable and high-throughput data transmission. Fiber optic cables reduce system costs, provide longer cable lengths (up to 300 m), and are not affected by electromagnetic radiation in industrial environments. Teledyne DALSA’s Xtium2 high-performance frame grabber series has a PCI Express Gen 3 x8 platform.

Features:

Up to 150 kHz line rate or 5 Gpix/sec at 32k/2.5um resolution

Compatible with existing light sources and 16k/5μm lenses

Very low noise and high sensitivity

Pixel assisted alignment in the chip

Camera Link HS optical fiber interface can achieve high reliability and long cable data transmission

Reduce system cost

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