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New High-Resolution USB3 Cameras For Modern Vision Systems

Published: 28 Jul 2021 by

Teledyne Lumenera has expanded its camera portfolio with the release of its new Lt Series USB3 high-resolution cameras designed for use in diverse machine vision applications.

With robust enclosures and fully locking USB3 connectors, Lt Series cameras are built for rugged 24/7 use. Part of the Teledyne Lumenera product line, they are designed to meet the challenges of modern imaging systems by providing advanced vision performance while using less power and less space. 

Equipped with Sony Pregius 3.45 µm pixel sensors, the cameras are available in resolutions from 17‐31 megapixels, and perform in a wide variety of imaging applications including aerial imaging, Intelligent Traffic Systems (ITS), robotic inspection solutions, and life sciences.

“With new higher resolutions, the latest Lt Series cameras offer a comprehensive set of features to address the industry’s most challenging applications,” said Manuel Romero, Senior Product Manager, 2D Area Scan Cameras at Teledyne’s industrial imaging group. 

“These cameras allow system developers to deliver high‐resolution performance with the simple integration of a USB3 interface that’s 15% faster than competitive USB3 vision cameras.” 

Other key features include: 

  • Six new USB3 cameras with resolutions of 16.9 MP, 19.7 MP, and 31 MP in color and monochrome models with more resolutions following 
  • Region of Interest (ROI) option to provide higher frame rates 
  • Multiple data rates supported, each optimized for lowest noise performance 
  • USB3 Vision compliant, with Windows and Linux SDKs 
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