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Basler equips Sony sensors

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Basler has equipped one of his network cameras with the Sony IMX174 sensor, and added four new Ace models equipped with Sony's IMX249 global shutter CMOS sensor from the Pregius series.

The BIP2-1920-30c network camera offers full HD resolution and modern global shutter technology, including a real-time trigger for compressed and uncompressed images (YUV). These individual images can be created parallel to a video stream, laying the groundwork for additional tasks such as ANPR to be performed alongside routine traffic monitoring.

The sensitivity of the Sony IMX174 CMOS sensor promotes a broad dynamic range crucial for accurate capture of both very dark and light areas of the image – a common factor in traffic applications with lighted number plates and the dark passenger compartment all in one image.

Unlike traditional IP cameras offering dynamic ranges that usually require multiple exposures, the IMX174 inside the BIP2-1920-30c ensures that one single exposure is enough thereby eliminating motion blur.

In addition, Baser is expanding its portfolio with four new Ace models equipped with Sony's IMX249 global shutter CMOS sensor from the Pregius series. The new camera models feature a combination of small design and large, high-performance sensors with the latest CMOS technology. They deliver up to 40 frames per second at a resolution of 2.3 megapixels and are available with Gigabit Ethernet and USB 3.0 interfaces.

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