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Basler : PIA1000-60GM

By: Basler
Industrial Machine Vision And Network IP Cameras
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2/3" CCD, GigE, 1004x1004, 60fps, mono

The Basler PIA1000 60GM is based on four selected Kodak CCD sensors and one Sony CCD sensor for exceptional image quality. Equipped with a GigE Vision compliant interface, these cameras take maximum advantage of Kodak and Sony sensor technology and can often substitute for more cost-intensive Camera Link cameras and frame grabbers. Because Basler pilot cameras use the same sensors currently used in existing Camera Link cameras, no optics changes are required.

For more flexibility, this series offers additional software features that can be integrated into the image processing software on a remote computer. Basler pilot cameras are a perfect fit for a variety of vision applications including semiconductor and component inspection, food inspection, manufacturing quality control, intelligent traffic systems, microscopy and medical imaging, biometrics, and many others.

The PIA100060GM comes with a fully tested package of software that lets you easily evaluate and integrate pilot cameras. Using the viewer included in the package, you can capture a single image or capture images continuously. The viewer gives you full access to camera parameters, letting you adjust image quality and control cameras from a remote computer. Using the viewer is a very easy way to integrate a Basler camera into your application. Basler also offers a complete software development kit (SDK) to ensure maximum flexibility for customer-specific applications.

The Basler pilot family is equipped with four different Kodak CCD sensors and one Sony CCD sensor with each camera available in mono or color. These sensors were selected to provide outstanding image quality in combination with the Basler pilot ’s read-out and processing electronics. For precise imaging results, all Basler pilot cameras run in progressive scan mode.

In addition to Basler ’s standard CTT automated quality assurance and calibration system, the pilot camera family will be tested and measured with another production tool. This unique tool is an ultrahigh precision sensor alignment device. The device automatically mounts the sensor board on the camera ’s front module in six degrees of freedom with reference to the optical axis. This ensures a constant depth of focus over the whole sensor and guarantees the best imaging results, even with sensors that have pixels smaller than 5 μm.

  • VGA to 5 megapixels and up to 210 fps
  • ƒ ƒ Selected high quality Sony and Kodak CCD sensors
  • ƒ ƒ Powerful Gigabit Ethernet interface
  • ƒ ƒ Superb image quality at all resolutions and frame rates
Sensor Size (H x V pixels) 1004 x 1004
Sensor Type Kodak KAI-1020 Progressive Scan CCD
Pixel Size 7.4 µm x 7.4 µm
Max. Frame Rate (at full resolution) 60 fps
Color / Mono Mono
Video Output Type (Interface) Gigabit Ethernet (GigE Vision compliant)
Video Output Format Mono 8: 8 bits/pixel, Mono 16:12 bits/pixels, YUV 4:2:2: 16 bits/pixel average, Raw 8: 8 bits/pixel (R,G, or B), Raw 16: 12 bits/pixel (R,G, or B) and packed formats
Synchronization Via external trigger, via software trigger, or free run
Exposure Control Programmable via the camera API
Power Requirements 12 to 24 VDC: via Hirose 12-pin-connector (max. 10 meter cable lengths)
I/O Ports 2 opto-isolated input ports, 4 opto-isolated output ports
Typical Power Consumption at 12V < 5.5 W
Lens Mount C-mount
Housing Size (L x W x H in mm) 86.7 x 44 x 29
Weight (typical) 220g
Conformity CE, FCC, RoHS, IP30, GigE Vision
Software Driver Basler filter driver and performance driver (Basler pylon driver package)
GenICam Compliant Yes


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