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The all new Linea HS™ delivers line rates up to an incredible 400 kHz at 32k resolution--over 5 Gpixels/sec via CLHS interface.
Building on Teledyne DALSA’s heritage in CCD TDI, the new CMOS TDI technology in our Linea HS is the most advanced in the marketplace. With up to 128 TDI stages (plus an extra 64 in HDR mode) for unmatched sensitivity and incredibly low noise, Linea HS excels in the highest speed, lowest light applications.
The Linea HS brings your imaging system the speed and power of the PCIe Gen 3 platform when paired with Xtium2.
Leveraging the high efficiency of the CameraLink HS interface's X-protocol, the Xtium2 CLHS PX8 supports Active Optical Cable (AOC) and industry standard CX4 cables with up to 7-CLHS lanes, each operating at 10.3 Gbits/s, to acquire images at up to 8.4 GBytes/s.
The Xtium™2 CLHS FX8 builds in native fiber optic connectors, supporting up to four bidirectional SFP+ modules to deliver aggregate bandwidth of 4.8 GBytes/s, all in a compact, half-length, single slot solution.
With slim, robust, and cost effective fiber optic cabling, Linea HS and Xtium2 allow cable lengths beyond 100 meters to enable the newest and most demanding vision applications.
The Linea HS cameras deliver the highest performance available, with unique features that significantly improve detectability for many demanding applications.
The Linea HS enables high speed and high sensitivity imaging in light starved conditions like these:
If you need maximum throughput in the toughest conditions, you need Linea HS.
Multifield is a new imaging technology that enables capturing multiple images using various lighting conditions (e.g. brightfield, darkfield, and backlight) in a single scan.
Teledyne DALSA’s Linea HS Multifield camera is the first product in the industry capable of capturing up to three images using light sources at different wavelengths. The camera uses advanced wafer-level coated dichroic filters with minimum spectral crosstalk to spectrally isolate three images captured by separate TDI arrays. Depending on the light sources used, narrowband filters may be needed at the light sources.
This new technology significantly improves inspection speeds and image quality, as it eliminates the need for multiple scans. The difference between traditional color imaging and multifield imaging is the filter technology. Conventional color filters have significant spectral crosstalk between RGB channels, while the multifield filters have minimum spectral crosstalk.
The 32k camera uses two 16k/5 μm TDI arrays with ½ pixel offset. Two 16k/5μm image data are captured and then reconstructed to achieve a super resolution image of 32k/2.5 μm in real time. This significantly enhances detectability for subpixel defects.
Another advantage of the pixel offset technology is that existing 16k/5μm lenses can be used without sacrifice in responsivity and MTF with a smaller physical pixel size.
Max Line Rate
Linea HS 4k 300 kHz SFP+
Linea HS 8k 280 kHz SFP+
Linea HS 8k 300 kHz
Linea HS 8k 400 kHz
Linea HS 13k 300 kHz
Linea HS 16k 300 kHz
Linea HS 16k 300 kHz SFP+
Linea HS 16k 400 kHz
Linea HS 32k 400 kHz
Linea HS Color 16k 300 kHz
Linea HS Multifield 16k 400 kHz