Basler a2A1920-51gmPROace2 Pro GigE CMOS Monochrome Camera, 51 fps, 2.3Megapixel

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Basler : a2A1920-51gmPRO

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The Basler a2A1920-51gmPRO GigE monochrome camera with the Sony IMX392 CMOS sensor delivers 51 frames per second at 2.3 MP Resolution.

 The a2A1920-51gmPRO has all the proven Basler reliability with extensive computer vision feature set for standard machine vision applications, plus new, unique Beyond features from Basler for maximum performance, including Compression Beyond and Pixel Beyond. The a2A1920-51gmPRO  is a monochrome GigE, Pro ace2 camera.

Compression Beyond compresses image data directly in the camera's FPGA, in real time and without sacrificing image quality. As a result, more bandwidth is available, which in turn ensures considerably higher frame rates, especially with GigE - up to two to three times the rate, depending on the image content.

Pixel Beyond uses an interpolation method developed by Basler to change the pixel size. Similar to conventional binning functions, this allows the adjustment of various sensor characteristics.

Also Available:

Other Basler ace2 Models
a2A1920-51gcPRO Pro Color GigE 2.3MP Camera
a2A1920-51gmBAS Basic Monochrome GigE 2.3MP Camera
a2A1920-160umPRO Pro Monochrome USB3.0 2.3MP Camera (160fps)


Beyond Features Compression Beyond
Pixel Beyond

CRC Checksum
Counter Value
Exposure Time
Frame Counter
Line Status
Trigger Input Counter

Color Creation and enhancement Auto Function Profile: Anti-Flicker
Backlight Compensation
Event Reporting Critical Temperature 
Exposure End
Frame Burst Start
Frame Burst Start Overtrigger
Frame Burst Start Wait
Frame Start
Frame Start Overtrigger
Frame Start Wait
Over Temperature
GigE Vision 2.0 Action Commands (Synchronous Triggering)
Precision Time Protocol (IEEE1588)
Scheduled Action Commands
I/O Control and Line Source Signals Acquistion Trigger Wait/ Frame Burst Trigger Wait
Exposure Active
Frame Trigger Wait
Input Filter
Minimum Output Pulse Width
Timer Active
User Output
Image Acquisition Control

Acquisition Abort
Acquisition Single Frame
Acquisition Start
Acquisition Status
Acquisition Stop
Frame Burst Start Trigger
Frame Start Trigger
Trigger Delay
Triggered by Hardware
Triggered by Software


Device Information Parameters
Device Temperature
User Defined Values
User Sets (Configuration Sets)

PGI Denoising
Improved Sharpness
Pixel Formats

Mono 10
Mono 10p (Mono 10 Packed)
Mono 12
Mono 12p (Mono 12 Packed)
Mono 8

Standard Features

12Bit Lookup Table (LUT) 
Auto Function Profile
Binning Horizontal
Binning Vertical
Black Level
Digital Shift
Exposure Auto
Exposure Mode: Timed
Exposure Mode: Trigger Width (Control via External Trigger)
Exposure Time
Gain Auto
Gamma Correction
Lookup Table (LUT)
Region of Interest (ROI)
Reverse X (Horizontal Mirroring)
Reverse Y (Vertical Mirroring)
Stacked ROI (coming soon)
Test Images
Ultra Short Exposure Time Mode


  Sensor Vendor Sony
  Sensor IMX392
  Shutter Global Shutter
  Max. Image Circle 1/2.3"
  Sensor Type CMOS
  Sensor Size 6.6 mm x 4.1 mm
  Resolution (HxV) 1920 px x 1200 px
  Resolution 2.3 MP
  Pixel Size (H x V) 3.45 µm x 3.45 µm
  Frame Rate 51 fps
  Frame Rate Compression Beyond up to 100 fps
  Mono/Color Mono

Camera Data

  Interface GigE
  Pixel Bit Depth 8/10/12 bits
  • free-run
  • hardware trigger
  • software trigger
  Exposure Control
  • programmable via the camera API
  • hardware trigger
  Digital Input 1
  General Purpose I/O 2
  Power Requirements
  • PoE or 12-24 VDC
  Power Consumption (typical) 3 W


  Housing Type Box
  Housing Size (L x W x H) 55.5 mm x 29 mm x 29 mm
  Lens Mount
  • C-mount
  Housing Temperature 0 - 50°C
  Weight (typical) 105g


  • RoHS
  • CE
  • IP30
  • GigE Vision 2.0
  • FCC
  • UL (in preparation)
  • GenICam

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