The Piranha ES-8k-34 kHz
and the Piranha ES-8k-68 kHz
are members of the Piranha ES family - DALSA's
generation of low cost, high-sensitivity, Time Domain Integration cameras.
The Piranha ES family provides cost-effective, high-performance
solutions for low-light linescan imaging with
large resolutions and unmatched throughput.
High sensitivity. High speed.
The 8k 68 kHz model delivers line rates up to
68.6 kHz and a throughput up to 640 MHz while the 8k
34 kHz model delivers line rates up to 34 kHz
and a throughput up to 320 MHz.
TDI is a method of line scanning which provides dramatically increased
responsivity compared to other video scanning methods and is based
on the concept of accumulating multiple exposures of the same (moving)
object, effectively increasing the integration time available to collect
incident light. The TDI linescan sensor is made up of multiple lines of
pixels. As an object passes under each line it is imaged and added to
the image taken under the previous line.
Camera configuration is extremely flexible and the number
of Camera Link taps, throughput, and line rate are all software controlled.
Both cameras are capable of bi-directionality with up to 32 stages
of selectability, while preventing over-exposure with DALSA's
proven 100x antiblooming.
If you need maximum performance at low cost
in low light, consider a Piranha ES.
Piranha ES-8k-34 kHz
Piranha ES-8k-68 kHz
||8192 x 32 TDI
8192 x 32 TDI
|Max. Line/Frame Rate
||8 bit / 12 bit
8 bit / 12 bit
||7µm x 7µm
7µm x 7µm
|| Medium or full Camera Link
Medium or full Camera Link
||± 10 dB
± 10 dB
||M72 x 0.75
M72 x 0.75
||0°C - 50°C
0°C - 50°C
||150 mm x 80 mm x 65 mm
150 mm x 80 mm x 65 mm
DALSA Piranha ES-8k-34 kHz/68 kHz Data sheet