Customers will benefit from six new camera models in the Basler boost series with excellent image quality thanks to sensors from ON Semiconductor’s XGS series. The cameras are suitable for applications requiring high resolution and high precision with a large field of view.
Ahrensburg, January 12, 2021 – Basler AG is expanding its boost camera series with CoaXPress 2.0 (CXP 2.0) interface by six new models with sensors from ON Semiconductor’s XGS series for applications requiring high accuracy. The new boost cameras offer resolutions of 20, 32 and 45 megapixels (8k) and complement the boost series, which of course continues to be available with the proven Sony Pregius sensors IMX255 (9 MP) and IMX253 (12 MP).
The new models incorporate high-performance CMOS sensors with state-of-the-art global shutter technology and deliver frame rates of up to 45 fps. As a perfect replacement for older CCD sensors, the high-resolution XGS sensors offer outstanding image quality at higher frame rates and lower costs.
Thanks to their CXP 2.0 interface, Basler boost cameras are ideally suited for applications with image transmission distances of up to 40 m where high data rates and resolutions are required. These can be applications in the semiconductor industry, photovoltaics, display inspection, the printing and packaging industry, and medical technology.
The new models are available as a bundle with the Basler CXP-12 Interface Card 1C. In addition, Basler offers further high-end components for the use of the cameras from a single source, such as high-resolution F-mount lenses and CoaXPress cables – with all the advantages of the CXP 2.0 standard. More information can be found at baslerweb.com/boost.
Basler is a leading international manufacturer of high-quality imaging components for computer vision applications. In addition to classic area scan and line scan cameras, lenses, frame grabbers, light modules, and software, the company offers embedded vision modules and solutions, 3D products, as well as customized products and consulting services. Basler’s products are used in a variety of markets and applications, including factory automation, medical, logistics, retail, and robotics. They are characterized by high reliability, an excellent price/performance ratio, and long-term availability. Founded in 1988, the Basler Group employs around 800 people at its headquarters in Ahrensburg and other locations in Europe, Asia and North America. Thanks to its worldwide sales and service organization and cooperation with renowned partners, it offers solutions that fit for customers from a wide range of sectors.