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Megapixel Camera

February 25, 2010
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The monochrome and color Pilot models, equipped with Kodak’s dual tap KAI-01020 charge-coupled device (CCD) sensor, can capture 60 frames per second at full 1 megapixel resolution. The 60 frames per second rate is a key requirement for allowing increased throughput in the factory automation market. Equipped with a Gigabit Ethernet interface compliant with the GigE Vision standard, these cameras take advantage of the Kodak sensor technology and often can substitute for Camera Link cameras and frame grabbers.

Basler AG
(610) 280-0171

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