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CL M4160 and C4160 Genie Nano Camera Link models

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Teledyne Imaging, a Teledyne Technologies [NYE:TDY] company and global leader in machine vision technology, is pleased to introduce the newest models in its Genie™ Nano Camera Link™ series – the CL M4160 and C4160.

Engineered around Teledyne DALSA’s proven camera platform, and featuring Teledyne e2v’s 16M Emerald image sensor, these new models deliver affordability, ease of use, and are designed for industrial imaging applications that require high-speed data transfer. Users with existing Camera Link systems will benefit from their compact body size, higher resolutions, greater image quality, faster frame rates, and overall lower deployment costs.

The popular Genie Nano camera series take advantage of industry-leading image sensors, including Sony® and ON-Semi®, beginning with the 5.1M to 25M models, and now include the new Teledyne e2v Emerald sensor models with 16M resolution in C-mount format. This series supports advanced camera features, is GenICam GenCP compliant, available in color and monochrome, and housed in a small form factor for optimal integration.

Designed for reliability, this camera series is perfect as an upgrade for older CMOS cameras due to its low cost and low integration commitment.

Key Features:

  • First-to-market 16M global shutter designed to fit in C-mount lens types
  • 4128 pixels x 4128 Lines, 1:1 resolution
  • Built-in lens shading correction feature to accommodate a lens vignette effect
  • Optimal small form factor (44mm x 44mm x 30mm) designed for a 16M global shutter type sensor
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