Now Available: Toshiba Teli CleverDragon featuring 12 megapixels, 25 fps and Global Shutter

(PresseBox) (Pullach b. München, ) Toshiba Teli has announced the CleverDragon CSC12M25BMP19 camera, aimed at the most demanding, uncompromising requirements of industrial image processing. The camera features a monochrome CMOS chip (24.6mm × 18.5mm sensor area) offering 4096 × 3072 active pixels with a pixel size of 36?m2 and the ability to output 25 frames per second. The frame rate can be increased even further by selecting particular regions of interest (ROI)-for instance, up to 48,662 fps are possible when outputting individual scan lines with a bit depth of 10 bits. Furthermore, the highly sensitive sensor enables to take low noise pictures-with a high dynamic range due to the multi-slope exposure method. A global shutter enables distortion-free imaging of fast-moving objects as required for the most machine vision applications.

The CleverDragon body sized 75mm × 75mm × 69.5mm is fitted with a 48mm TFL II mount matching the CMOS sensor's dimensions and enabling lens configurations of high optical quality. Regular F mount lenses can also be fitted with the help of an optional adaptor. The monochrome image signals are output with a bit depth of 8 or 10 bits via two CameraLink interfaces located on the rear of the camera.

On top The Framos portfolio includes a wide range of ready to order cables for industrial applications. Cables are available for all of the established interfaces types, such as: USB, FireWire, GigE, Camera Link and Analog. In addition to the standard connectors, we can also provide versions with angled and locking connectors.

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