The Basler A622f has a global shutter and an IEEE 1394 interface. At full 1280 x 1024 resolution, the camera can out-put up to 25 frames
A622f cameras have an exceptional price/performance ratio and are designed to achieve the optimum in performance, durability, and value. Their compact size and the easeof integration associated with their FireWire interface make these cameras ideal for analog users seeking the advantages of digital video. They are a major force in the “analog goes digital” trend.
Your benefi ts from the Basler A601f, A602f and A622f include:
· A small, rugged housing with a 29 x 44 mm footprint
for easy integration
· Up to 100 fps at VGA resolution
· Up to 25 fps at 1.3 megapixel resolution
· Selected CMOS global shutter image sensors
· A plug-and-play IEEE 1394 interface combined with an
easy-to-use Basler BCAM driver saves you time
· Free download of our BCAM viewer
· 100% quality checked and calibrated to give you consistent
performance and reliability
With their fl exible design, these high-performance cameras are a perfect fi t for a wide range of vision applications.
Fastest FireWire-aCamera Cameras in this family can capture up to 100 frames per second at VGA resolution, the fastest speed possible with a FireWire-a interface. This high image capture rate combined with fast I/O handling inside of the camera makes the A602f/fc ideal for
demanding high speed applications. The FireWire Advantage FireWire, also known as IEEE 1394, has become a standard image data and camera command transmission mechanism in the machine vision industry.
Its key benefi t is real-time communication between your camera and remote computer at 400 Mbit/s (with FireWire-a). FireWire integration is easy, cost-effective, and standardized. It supports plug-and-play and there is no need for a frame grabber.
One Shot Operation and Software Trigger The cameras let you use the 1394 bus to “trigger” image capture without the need for a hardware generated signal. In “one shot” operating mode, the camera normally exposes and
transmits a single image based on user defi ned parameters that are transmitted to the camera.
This operating mode usually results in the start of image exposure within an acceptable amount of time. But to get an even quicker response, you can use a “software trigger” to start grabbing a single image exactly when it is needed by your application.
Trigger Ready The Trigger Ready feature is a Basler patented innovation. It lets you optimize your image capture timing by monitoring the current camera settings and calculating the earliest moment each exposure can begin. By using the Trigger Ready signal, you can easily operate at the maximum frame rate allowed with the current camera settings. It also prevents you from running the camera faster than allowed and avoids dropping or losing images.
Board Level Version The A601f/fc and A602f/fc are available as a board level design for
more versatility and cost-effectiveness. Color Coding and Preprocessing A601fc and A602fc color cameras feature various modes of color
coding for maximum fl exibility in color representation. YUV 4:2:2 color coding is done inside of the camera and YUV image data can
be obtained directly via the 1394 bus. For individual processing, each pixel value can be read out separately in raw mode at 8 or 12 bit
depth and can be processed as desired in your remote computer. The A622f is available in monochrome only.
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