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The Genie Nano-M1930 uses the On-Semi Python 2000 Monochrome sensor with a resolution of 1920 x 1200. Teledyne DALSA's Burst Acquisition and TurboDrive feature allows for image capture rates of up to 116 fps in 2.3 Megapixel resolution while maintaining very good image quality.
The Genie Nano-M1930 takes advantage of gigabit Ethernet technology, transmitting data over standard CAT-5e and CAT-6 cables to distances of up to 100 m. Like all Teledyne DALSA GigE cameras, the Genie Nano-M1930 is based on AIA (Automated Imaging Association) GigE Vision Standard to directly link the camera to a PC. And all Genie Nano cameras are built with Teledyne DALSA's Trigger to Image Reliability framework, which controls and monitors the entire process from trigger through image capture and transfer to host memory and helps protect you from data loss.
Mono and NIR models differ only in their spectral response. See datasheet for response curves.
|Resolution||1920 x 1200|
|Max. Frame Rate||115 fps|
|Pixel Size||4.8 µm|
|Output Format||GigE Vision|
|Size||21 x 29 x 44 mm|
|Genie Nano Material Composition Product Declaration||Genie Nano Material Composition Product Declaration|
|Latest Firmware||Latest Firmware|
|Genie Nano Family Datasheet||Genie Nano Family Datasheet|
|Sapera LT SDK||Sapera LT SDK|
|Genie Nano Series User Manual||Genie Nano Series User Manual|
|GigE-V Framework for Linux||GigE-V Framework for Linux|
|Genie Nano Mechanical 3D Model (STEP)||Genie Nano Mechanical 3D Model (STEP)|
Teledyne DALSA cameras and frame grabbers are compatible with a wide range of 3rd party vendors.
From minor tweaks through major engineering, Teledyne DALSA offers customized solutions for your unique needs. For pricing or more information, contact us about your custom project.
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