GigE Area scan camera Teledyne DALSA Nano M700 | Nano C700 Teledyne DALSA Nano M700 | Nano C700
GigE Camera
Sony IMX287 Sensor
728x544 Resolution
Area Scan Camera

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Teledyne Dalsa Genie Nano M700 (monochrome) and Genie Nano C700 (color) cameras feature a 1/3" Sony IMX287 sensor, 308 fps at full 728x544 resolution, and a 6.9µm pixel size.

Teledyne Dalsa Genie Nano GigE cameras include TurboDrive technology to high speed data transfers that exceeds the GigE limit. TurboDrive uses advanced data modeling to boost data transfers up to 2X faster than standard GigE Vision speeds. These breakthrough rates are achieved by optimizing throughput, taking advantage of both the sensors maximum frame rate and GigE data transfer speeds. Genie Nano cameras are available with Sony Pregius and ON Semi and sensors.

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Genie Nano GigE, 5GigE, and 10GigE Cameras Features

  • VGA to 67MP
  • 1Gbps, 2.5Gbps, 5Gbps, 10GigE interfaces
  • Speeds up to 10Gbps (10GBASE-T)
  • 90-500MB onboard memory buffer

Nano M700 | Nano C700 Camera Features

  • 728x544 Sony IMX287 1/2.9" CMOS global shutter sensor
  • 308 fps at full resolution
  • Very high sensitivity
  • 22k -e full well capacity
Manufacturer: Teledyne DALSA Model: Nano M700
Nano C700
Total Pixels: 396,032
Resolution: 728 (h) 544 (v) Sensor Size: 1/2.9" Color/B & W: Color / Monochrome
Frame Rate (fps): 308 Sensor Type: CMOS Sensor Device: Sony IMX287
Pixel Size(µm): 6.9(h) 6.9(v) A/D Bits: 12 Shutter Speed: 20µs to 16000000µs
Interface: GigE Voltage(VDC): 10V - 36V Power(watts): TDB
Lens Mount: C Shutter Type: Global Weight(grams): 46
S/N Ratio(dB): call External Trigger: Yes Dimensions(mm): 39Lx44Wx29H

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