GigE Line scan camera Teledyne DALSA L2-GC-04k01B Teledyne DALSA L2-GC-04k01B
GigE Camera
e2v Tetra Sensor
4096x2 Resolution
Line Scan Camera

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Teledyne DALSA Linea Lite L2-GC-04k01B line scan cameras features a 4K resolution bilinear CMOS color sensor for superior color rendering, a 12.5 kHz maximum scan rate, low noise (8.5 e-), and high dynamic range (72 dB) with up to 3x the full well capacity of standard Linea models in a highly cost-effective, ultra-compact, lightweight (111 grams) package. The camera is GigEVision-compliant and has up to a 32 kHz burst line rate with TurboDrive, programmable I/Os, power over Ethernet (PoE), precision time protocol (PTP), and more.

Linea Lite GigE cameras are suitable for a wide variety of line scan imaging applications, such as automated optical inspection, optical sorting systems, battery inspection, and materials grading.

Linea, Linea2, Linea, Linea Lite, Linea ML Line Scan Cameras Features

  • 2K to 32K resolution
  • Up to 400 kHz scan rate, TurboDrive
  • RGB color, monochrome, NIR, and multispectral options
  • Low cost line scan models

L2-GC-04k01B Camera Features

  • 4K bilinear CMOS color sensor
  • 7µm cell size
  • 8-/12-bit output
  • Small form factor
Manufacturer: Teledyne DALSA Model: L2-GC-04k01B Total Pixels: 8,192
Resolution: 4096 (h) 2 (v) Sensor Size: 28.67mm Color/B & W: Color
kHz: 12.5 Sensor Type: CMOS Sensor Device: e2v Tetra
Pixel Size(µm): 7(h) 7(v) A/D Bits: 12 Shutter Speed: 5µs to 2500µs
Interface: GigE Voltage(VDC): 12V - 24V Power(watts): < 5
Lens Mount: M42 Shutter Type: Global Weight(grams): 111
S/N Ratio(dB): call External Trigger: Yes Dimensions(mm): 37Lx46Wx46H

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