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Dalsa will show eight camera models, a frame grabber, vision processor and software tools at Vision 2009 in Stuttgart, Germany, 3-5 November, 2009.

The Spyder 3 Color, 2k, 18kHz and 4k, 9 kHz GigE cameras provide high colour fidelity.

Spyder 3 Color uses dual-line sensor technology and is GigE Vision compliant.

The Falcon VGA300 HG, Falcon 1M120 HG and the Falcon 1.4M100 HG cameras feature Dalsa CMOS image sensors.

The cameras are suitable for many industrial vision applications, including electronics and semiconductor inspection.

The BOA all-in-one machine-vision smart camera with multiple processing engines will be demonstrated for the first time at Vision 2009.

The Genie C1280 and Genie M1280 cameras feature high-quality, 1.2 Megapixel image.

Dalsa will also be previewing its latest frame grabber, image processor and Sapera Essential functionality.

There will also be a measurement tool for machine vision inspection applications, including positioning, identification and guidance; and Nitrous, a suite of add-on image processing functions optimised for GPU and multi-core CPUs.

The Xcelera CL+ PX8 Full frame grabber delivers bandwidth beyond 1GB/sec over multiple lane PCI Express implementations.

Compatible with a base, medium or full camera-link camera, the Xcelera-CL+ PX8 Full supports a variety of multi-tap area and line-scan colour and monochrome cameras.

The XRI-1600, a PC-based digital image processor, is designed for enhanced X-ray imaging in diagnostic and industrial inspection applications.

This Camera Link, PCIe X 4 image processor is Windows 7 compatible and delivers pixel depths of eight, 10, 12, 14 and 16.

The interface utilises off-the-shelf components carrying image data, configuration data, and low-jitter real-time triggering signals over a simple network topology.

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