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Among the exhibitors at Photonics West, Basler (booth 152) will be showing its Ace2 camera series, which includes the Ace2 Basic and Ace2 Pro lines. Both feature CMOS sensors with excellent image quality, optimised hardware design, and are available with GigE and USB 3.0 interfaces.

The Ace2 Basic line is designed for the standard tasks of a vision system, while the Ace2 Pro provides support for more demanding requirements thanks to powerful in-camera features such as Pixel Beyond and Compression Beyond.


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