Smart Vision Lights Camera-to-Light Cables Available for Teledyne DALSA Cameras
The CTL Grey Series cable provides a directly wired connection between a single light and Teledyne DALSA’s BOA® series cameras. The light cable is designed specifically to operate with BOA® cameras and Smart Vision Lights’ LED products and is plug-and-play for easy connectivity and installation.
The CTL cable designed for Teledyne DALSA’s BOA® series features an industry-standard M12 connection and offers power, ground, and strobe pass-through capability.
Several Smart Vision Lights LED lights can be connected directly to a Teledyne DALSA BOA® series camera with the CTL Grey Series cable. By using the cable and adapter part #DF34.9-46, Teledyne DALSA BOA® series cameras can be attached to Smart Vision Lights EZ Mount Ring Lights.
The CTL Grey Series is also available for other cameras, including the Baumer VeriSens®XC series, Datalogic®, SICK Inspector® series, and Cognex’s In-Sight® and Dataman® models.
More information about the CTL Grey Series of camera-to-light cables for the Teledyne DALSA BOA® series camera is available at http://smartvisionlights.com/teledyne-dalsa.
Smart Vision Lights
Smart Vision Lights (Muskegon, Mich.) is a leading designer and manufacturer of high-brightness LED lights for industrial applications, including machine vision. Smart Vision Lights products come with universal internal current-control drivers, offering constant or strobed operation, reduced wiring requirements, and easy installation. Smart Vision Lights products also are the safest on the market thanks to the company's in-house IEC 62741 light-testing laboratory, guaranteeing conformity and compliance for your lighting systems, regardless of where they are installed around the globe. Learn more at SmartVisionLights.com or by calling (231) 722-1199 in the U.S.
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