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S3-10-01K40
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The Spyder3 S3-10-01K40 is a very fast line scan camera that delivers more sensitivity and more throughput than its predecessor the Spyder2. With a resolution of 1024 pixels and a pixel size of 14µm x 14µm this camera is capable of a maximum line rate of 36 kHz and operates at a data rate of 40 MHz.

The Spyder3 is more than 3 times more sensitive and has 2 times greater throughput that its predecessors. With 14µm square pixels and a 100% fill factor the S3-10-01K40 is available in both Gigabit Ethernet and CameraLink interfaces. Gain and offset are fully programmable for each output channel of the camera. A series of output test patterns are available for simplifying cable/system troubleshooting. The camera provides quiet, uniform output thanks to CDS (correlated double sampling) and embedded flat-field correction algorithms built-in to the camera.

With a full feature set the S3-10-01K40 is suitable for a wide variety of applications such as flat panel display inspection, solar panel inspection, postal and parcel sorting, wood/tile/steel inspection, 100% print inspection, food inspection, web inspection, container inspection, pick and place and many more.

Model Spyder3 S3-10-01K40
Resolution
1024
Data Rate
40 MHz
Max. Line/Frame Rate
36 kHz
Data Format
8 bit / 12 bit
Pixel Size
14µm x 14µm
Video Output
Base Camera Link
Dynamic Range
1400 : 1
Gain
± 10db
Lens Mount
M42 x 1 / C mount / F mount
Operating Temp
0°C - 50°C
Power
12-15V , 8.5W
Dimensions
72 x 60 x 50 mm
Weight 300g

DALSA Spyder3 S3-10-01K40 Datasheet

 

 

 

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