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Allpixa Pro

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Chromasens has introduced the Allpixa Pro, its new colour line scan CCD camera for high-speed machine vision applications.

The Pro, with line rates up to 87kHz in standard models and up to 148kHz in special OEM configurations, allows for a maximum speed increase of 300 per cent when compared to conventional CCD line scan cameras while in Camera Link Full mode. It also has improved responsivity, due to upgraded tri-linear CCD sensors, while retaining some of the legacy features of the original Chromasens Allpixa in a more compact footprint. Several models are available in resolutions from 2,048 x 3 to 7,300 x 3 pixels.

Continuous white balancing compensates for minute colour differences in different types of light, while a full range of programmable features offer precise control over key performance variables. In addition, the camera can be mounted in multiple angles thanks to its internal keystone correction.