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Genie Nano Series
Camera User’s Manual
1 Gb GigE Vision Monochrome & Color Area Scan
December 4, 2017
Rev: 0019
P/N: G3-G00M-USR00
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About Teledyne DALSA
Teledyne DALSA is an international high performance semiconductor and Electronics Company that
designs, develops, manufactures, and markets digital imaging products and solutions, in addition
to providing wafer foundry services.
Teledyne DALSA Digital Imaging offers the widest range of machine vision components in the
world. From industry-leading image sensors through powerful and sophisticated cameras, frame
grabbers, vision processors and software to easy-to-use vision appliances and custom vision
modules.
Nano Series GigE Vision Camera Contents
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Contents
GENIE NANO SERIES OVERVIEW 8
DESCRIPTION 8
GigE with TurboDrive 8
Genie Nano Overview 9
Camera Firmware 9
MODEL PART NUMBERS 10
Monochrome Cameras 10
Color Cameras 12
Accessories 15
SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS 16
Sapera LT Development Software 16
Third Party GigE Vision Development 16
About GigE Vision 16
GENIE NANO SPECIFICATIONS 17
COMMON SPECIFICATIONS 17
Sensor Cosmetic Specifications 19
Dynamic Range & Signal to Noise Ratio Measurement Conditions 19
EMI, Shock and Vibration Certifications 20
Mean Time between Failure (MTBF) 21
SPECIFICATIONS: M1450, C1450 22
Firmware Files for Models 1450 23
Spectral Response 23
SPECIFICATIONS: M1920, C1920 24
SPECIFICATIONS: M1940, C1940 25
Firmware Files for 1920, 1940 27
Spectral Response 28
SPECIFICATIONS: M2020, C2020 29
Firmware Files for Models 2020 30
SPECIFICATIONS: M2050 30
Firmware Files for Model M2050 31
SPECIFICATIONS: C2050 32
Firmware Files for Model C2050 33
Spectral Responses 34
SPECIFICATIONS: M2420, C2420 35
Firmware Files for Models 2420 36
SPECIFICATIONS: M2450 36
Firmware Files for Model M2450 37
SPECIFICATIONS: C2450 38
Firmware Files for Model C2450 39
Spectral Responses 40
SPECIFICATIONS: M4060 41
Firmware Files for Model M4060 42
SPECIFICATIONS: C4060 42
Firmware Files for Model C4060 43
SPECIFICATIONS: M4040 44
Firmware Files for Model M4040 45
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SPECIFICATIONS: C4040 46
Firmware Files for Model C4040 47
Spectral Responses 4060 & 4040 48
SPECIFICATIONS: M4030, C4030 49
SPECIFICATIONS: M4020, C4020 50
Firmware Files for Model 4030 & 4020 51
Spectral Response 52
SPECIFICATIONS: M640, M640-NIR, C640 53
SPECIFICATIONS: M800, M800-NIR, C800 54
Firmware Files for Models 640, 800 56
SPECIFICATIONS: M1240, C1240 56
Firmware Files for Models 1240 57
SPECIFICATIONS: M1280, M1280-NIR, C1280 58
SPECIFICATIONS: M1930, M1930-NIR, C1930 59
SPECIFICATIONS: M2590, M2590-NIR, C2590 61
Firmware Files for Models 1280, 1930, 2590 62
NANOXL SPECIFICATIONS: M5100, M5100-NIR, C5100, M4090, M4090-NIR, C4090 63
Spectral Response 65
Defective Pixel Specification for Models 5100/4090 66
Firmware Files for Models 5100/4090 67
SPECIFICATIONS: C4900 68
Spectral Response 69
Supplemental Usage Notes: 70
Model C4900 Sensor Cosmetic Specifications 70
Firmware Files for This Model 71
Guide to Using a Rolling Shutter Camera 72
Overview of Electronic Rolling Shutter (ERS) Exposures 73
Overview of Global Reset Release (GRR) Exposures 74
COMPARISON OF SIMILAR ON-SEMI AND SONY SENSORS 75
NANO QUICK START 77
TESTING NANO WITHOUT A LENS 77
TESTING NANO WITH A LENS 77
THE CAMERA WORKS NOW WHAT 77
CONNECTING THE GENIE NANO CAMERA 78
GIGE NETWORK ADAPTER OVERVIEW 78
PAUSE Frame Support 78
CONNECT THE GENIE NANO CAMERA 78
Connectors 79
LED Indicators 80
Camera Status LED Indicator 80
LED States on Power Up 80
Genie Nano IP Configuration Sequence 81
Supported Network Configurations 81
PREVENTING OPERATIONAL FAULTS DUE TO ESD 82
USING NANO WITH SAPERA API 83
NETWORK AND COMPUTER OVERVIEW 83
INSTALLATION 84
Procedure 84
Camera Firmware Updates 84
Firmware via Linux or Third Party Tools 84
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GigE Server Verification 85
GigE Server Status 85
OPTIMIZING THE NETWORK ADAPTER USED WITH NANO 86
QUICK TEST WITH CAMEXPERT (WINDOWS) 86
About the Device User ID 87
OPERATIONAL REFERENCE 88
USING CAMEXPERT WITH GENIE NANO CAMERAS 88
CamExpert Panes 88
CamExpert View Parameters Option 89
CAMERA INFORMATION CATEGORY 90
Camera Information Feature Descriptions 90
Power-up Configuration Dialog 94
Camera Power-up Configuration 94
Load / Save Configuration 94
SENSOR CONTROL CATEGORY 95
Sensor Control Feature Descriptions 96
Offset/Gain Control Details (Sony sensors) 99
Sony Sensors Gain Stage Diagram 99
Offset/Gain Control Details (On-Semi Python sensors) 100
On-Semi Python Sensors Gain Stage Diagram 100
Bayer Mosaic Pattern 101
OnSemi Python P1 Sensor Artifacts with Fast Readout Mode 101
Fast Readout Mode Artifacts Correction 102
Exposure Alignment: Overview 102
Synchronous Exposure Alignment 102
Reset Exposure Alignment 103
Sensor Exposure Timing: Sony Sensor Models 103
Trigger Characteristics: Start of Exposure 103
Sensor Exposure Timing: OnSemi Python Models 104
Trigger Characteristics: Start of Exposure 104
AUTO-BRIGHTNESS CONTROL CATEGORY 105
Auto-Brightness Feature Descriptions 105
Using Auto-Brightness 107
General Preparation 107
Auto-Brightness with Frame Luminance Averaging 108
Auto-Gain 108
Auto-Brightness by using Auto-Exposure and Auto-Gain 108
I/O CONTROL CATEGORY 109
I/O Control Feature Descriptions 110
I/O Module Block Diagram 114
Trigger Mode Details 114
Trigger Source Types (Trigger Mode=On) 114
Input Line Details 115
Trigger Overlap: Feature Details 116
Output Line Details 123
Output High and Output Low Block Diagram 123
COUNTER AND TIMER CONTROL CATEGORY 124
Counter and Timer Control Feature Description 124
Counter and Timer Group Block Diagram 128
Example: Counter Start Source = OFF 129
Example: Counter Start Source = CounterEnd (itself) 129
Example: CounterStartSource = EVENT and Signal (Edge Base) 130
Example: CounterStartSource = Line (Edge Base) Example 130
ADVANCED PROCESSING CONTROL CATEGORY 131
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Advanced Processing Control Feature Descriptions 131
Lookup Table (LUT) Overview 134
LUT Size vs. Output Pixel Format 134
Defective Pixel Replacement (Method 3) 135
Example User Defective Pixel Map XML File 135
Defective Pixel Replacement Algorithm Description 136
COLOR PROCESSING CONTROL CATEGORY 137
Color Processing Control Feature Description 137
Color Processing Functional Overview 138
White Balance Operation 139
Simplified RGB Design Firmware Block Diagram 139
Saturation and Luminance Operation 140
FLAT FIELD CORRECTION CATEGORY 141
Flat Field Correction Feature Description 141
CYCLING PRESET MODE CONTROL CATEGORY 143
Cycling Preset Mode Control Feature Description 144
Using Cycling Presetsa Simple Example 148
Multi-Exposure Cycling Example Setup 148
Cycling Reset Timing Details 149
Case 1: Cycling with Internal Synchronous Increment 149
Case 2: Cycling with External Asynchronous Increment 149
Using Cycling Presets with Output Controls 150
Feature Settings for this Example 150
Cycling Mode Constraints with a changing ROI 151
Specifics Concerning OnSemi Sensor Models 151
Specifics Concerning Sony Sensor Models 151
IMAGE FORMAT CONTROL CATEGORY 152
Image Format Control Feature Description 153
Width and Height Features for Partial Scan Control 158
Vertical Cropping (Partial Scan) 158
Maximum Frame Rate Examples (Models M/C 1920 & 1940) 159
Maximum Frame Rate Examples (Models M2420 & M2450) 159
Maximum Frame Rate Examples (Models M2020 & M2050) 160
Maximum Frame Rate Examples (Models M/C 4040 & 4060) 160
Maximum Frame Rate Examples (Models M/C 4020 & 4030) 161
Maximum Frame Rate Examples (Model M/C 2590) 161
Maximum Frame Rate Examples (Model C 4900) 162
Maximum Frame Rate Examples (Model M/C 1930) 162
Maximum Frame Rate Examples (Model M/C 1240) 163
Maximum Frame Rate Examples (Model M/C 1280) 163
Maximum Frame Rate Examples (Model M/C 800) 164
Maximum Frame Rate Examples (Model M/C 640) 164
Maximum Frame Rate Examples (NanoXLM5100) 165
Maximum Frame Rate Examples (NanoXLM4090) 166
Horizontal Cropping (Partial Scan) 167
Using the Multiple ROI Mode 167
Important Usage Details 168
Example: Two Horizontal ROI Areas (2x1) 168
Example: Four ROI Areas (2x2) 169
Example: Actual Sample with Six ROI Areas (3x2) 169
Horizontal and Vertical Flip 171
Image Flip Full Frame 171
Image Flip Multi-ROI Mode 172
Binning Function and Limitations 173
Horizontal Binning Constraints 173
Vertical Binning Constraints 173
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Internal Test Pattern Generator 174
METADATA CONTROL CATEGORY 175
Metadata Control Category Feature Descriptions 175
Important Metadata Notes: 178
Extracting Metadata Stored in a Sapera Buffer 179
ACQUISITION AND TRANSFER CONTROL CATEGORY 181
Acquisition and Transfer Control Feature Descriptions 182
Acquisition Buffering 183
Using Transfer Queue Current Block Count with CamExpert 184
“Acquisition Abort” Execution Exception with Model C4900 184
Features that cannot be changed during a Transfer 184
ACTION CONTROL CATEGORY 185
Action Control Feature Descriptions 186
GigE Vision Action Command Reference 186
Nano Features supporting Action Command 186
EVENT CONTROL CATEGORY 187
Event Control Feature Descriptions 188
Basic Exposure Events Overview 193
Events Associated with Triggered Synchronous Exposures 193
Events Associated with Triggered Multiple Frame Synchronous Exposures 194
Overview of Precision Time Protocol Mode (IEEE 1588) 195
PTP Master Clock Identity 195
An Example with two Nano Cameras 195
IEEE 1588 Reference Resources 196
Examples using Timestamp Modulo Event for Acquisitions 196
Case Examples Overview 196
Case 1: Simple Repeating Acquisitions as Upcoming Events 196
Case 2: Potential Uncertainness to the Start Time 197
Case 3: Timer Reset before the Actual Start Time 198
Case 4: Timer Reset after the Actual Start Time 199
Case 5: Changing ‘timestampModulo’ during Acquisitions 200
GIGE VISION TRANSPORT LAYER CONTROL CATEGORY 201
GigE Vision Transport Layer Feature Descriptions 201
Defaults for devicePacketResendBufferSize 206
GIGE VISION HOST CONTROL CATEGORY 207
Teledyne DALSA TurboDrive 207
FILE ACCESS CONTROL CATEGORY 207
File Access Control Feature Descriptions 208
Updating Firmware via File Access in CamExpert 211
Overview of the deviceUserBuffer Feature 211
Overview of Color Correction Coefficients 211
IMPLEMENTING TRIGGER-TO-IMAGE RELIABILITY 212
OVERVIEW 212
T2IR with Genie Nano 212
NANO FEATURES FOR T2IR MONITORING 212
SAPERA TOOLS FOR NETWORKING 214
NANO IP CONFIGURATION MODE DETAILS 214
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS 215
MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS C & CS MOUNT: 215
MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS NANOXL: 217
ADDITIONAL NOTES ON GENIE NANO IDENTIFICATION AND MECHANICAL 218
Temperature Management 218
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SENSOR ALIGNMENT SPECIFICATION 218
CONNECTORS 219
10-pin I/O Connector Details 221
Camera DC Power Characteristics 221
I/O Mating Connector Specifications & Sources 222
Power over Ethernet (PoE) Support 223
Input Signals Electrical Specifications 224
External Input Details 224
External Input DC Characteristics 224
External Input AC Timing Characteristics 225
External Inputs: Using TTL/LVTTL Drivers 225
External Inputs: Using Common Collector NPN Drivers 226
External Inputs: Using Common Emitter NPN Driver 226
External Inputs: Using a Balanced Driver 227
Output Signals Electrical Specifications 227
External Output Details and DC Characteristics 227
External Output AC Timing Characteristics 228
External Outputs: Using External TTL/LVTTL Drivers 229
External Outputs: Using External LED Indicators 229
Using Nano Outputs to drive other Nano Inputs 231
COMPUTER REQUIREMENTS FOR NANO CAMERAS 232
Host PC System 232
Recommended Network Adapters 232
Ethernet Switch Requirements 233
IEEE 802.3x Pause Frame Flow Control 233
Ethernet to Fiber-Optic Interface Requirements 233
EC & FCC DECLARATIONS OF CONFORMITY 234
Models: M/C1920, M/C1940 234
Models: M/C2590, M/C1930, M/C1280, M/C800, M/C640 235
Models: M/C2020, M/C2050, M/C2420, M/C2450 236
Models: M/C4020, M/C4030, M/C4040, M/C4060 237
Models: M/C5100, M/C4090 238
ADDITIONAL REFERENCE INFORMATION 239
CHOOSING A LENS WITH THE CORRECT IMAGE CIRCLE 239
Lens Options for Models ‘M/C1940’ & ‘M/C1920’ 239
Lens Options for Models ‘2450/2420’ & ‘2050/2020’ 240
Lens Options for Models ‘4060/4040/4030/4020’ 240
Lens Options for Models ‘M/C1450’ 241
Lens Options for XL Models ‘M/C 5100’ and ‘M/C 4090 241
Lens Options for Model ‘C4900’ 242
Lens Options for Models ‘M/C2590’ & ‘M/C 2540’ 242
Lens Options for Models ‘M/C1930’ 243
Lens Options for Models ‘M/C1280’ & ‘M/C1240’ 243
Lens Options for Models ‘M/C800’ 244
Lens Options for Models ‘M/C640’ 244
Additional Lens Parameters (application specific) 245
OPTICAL CONSIDERATIONS 245
Illumination 245
Light Sources 246
IR Cut-off Filters 246
Nano Models with Built-in IR Cut-off Filters 246
Guidelines for Choosing IR Cut-off Filters 247
Back Focal Variance when using any Filter 248
LENS MODELING 249
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Magnification and Resolution 249
SENSOR HANDLING INSTRUCTIONS 250
Electrostatic Discharge and the Sensor 250
Protecting Against Dust, Oil and Scratches 250
Cleaning the Sensor Window 251
RUGGEDIZED CABLE ACCESSORIES 251
Cable Assembly G3-AIOC-BLUNT2M 252
Cable Assembly G3-AIOC-BRKOUT2M 254
Nano Generic Power Supply with no I/O 256
Components Express Right-Angle Cable Assemblies 257
Cable Assembly: Right-Angle I/O Bunt End 257
Cable Assembly: Right-Angle I/O to Euro Block 258
Ruggedized RJ45 Ethernet Cables 259
Components Express Contact Information 259
Cable Assembly: Right-Angle Ethernet 260
Right-Angle Cable-Set (Mounted) 261
TROUBLESHOOTING 262
OVERVIEW 262
Problem Type Summary 262
Verifying Network Parameters 264
Before Contacting Technical Support 264
DEVICE AVAILABLE WITH OPERATIONAL ISSUES 264
Firmware Updates 264
Power Failure during a Firmware UpdateNow What? 265
Cabling and Communication Issues 265
Acquisition Error without Timeout Messages 265
Grab has Random Bad Data or Noise 266
No camera exposure when expected 266
Camera is functional but frame rate is lower than expected 267
Camera acquisition is good but frame rate is lower than expected 267
Camera is functional, frame rate is as expected, but image is black 267
Model C4900 Column Noise in Saturated Areas 268
Other Problems or Issues 269
Preventing Dropped Packets by adjusting Power Options 269
Random Invalid Trigger Events 270
Minimum Sapera Version Required 270
Issues with uninstalling Cognex VisionPro with Sapera LT CamExpert 270
ADDENDUMS 271
AC CHARACTERISTICS OF 1 INPUT / 3 OUTPUT MODELS 271
DEFECTIVE PIXEL REPLACEMENT (METHOD 4) 272
Example User Defective Pixel Map XML File 272
Monochrome Defective Pixel Replacement Algorithm Description 272
Color Defective Pixel Replacement Algorithm Description 275
REVISION HISTORY 276
CONTACT INFORMATION 277
SALES INFORMATION 277
TECHNICAL SUPPORT 277
INDEX 278
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Genie Nano Series Overview Nano Series GigE Vision Camera
Genie Nano Series Overview
Description
The Genie Nano series, a member of the Genie camera family, provides a new series of affordable
easy to use digital cameras specifically engineered for industrial imaging applications requiring
improved network integration.
Genie Nano cameras use the industries’ latest leading sensors such as the Sony Pregius series and
On-Semi Python series of global shutter active pixel-type CMOS image sensors.
Genie Nano cameras combine standard gigabit Ethernet technology (supporting GigE Vision 1.2)
with the Teledyne DALSA Trigger-to-Image-Reliability framework to dependably capture and
transfer images from the camera to the host PC. Genie Nano cameras are available in a number of
models implementing different sensors, image resolutions, and feature sets, either in monochrome,
monochrome NIR, or color versions.
GigE with TurboDrive
Genie Nano cameras include TurboDrive™ technology, delivering high speed data transfers
exceeding the GigE limit. TurboDrive uses advanced data modeling to boost data transfers up to 2
or 3 times faster than standard GigE Vision speeds with no loss of image quality. These
breakthrough rates are achieved using a proprietary process that assembles data from the sensor
to optimize throughput, simultaneously taking full advantage of both the sensor’s maximum frame
rate and the camera’s maximum GigE data transfer speed (up to 115 Mbytes/s). Teledyne DALSA’s
TurboDrive increases system dependability and robustness similar to Camera Link throughput on a
GigE network.
Important: Actual Transfers with TurboDrive is image content dependent but in the best case
scenario, transfers over a GigE Network can reach the camera’s internal acquisition limit of up to
252MB/sec. If transfers are less than the camera maximum acquisition rate, camera memory will
be used as a circular frame buffer. Note: Not supported with RGB output firmware on any model
due to camera resource limitations.
Refer to TurboDrive Primer on the Teledyne DALSA web site for more details.
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Genie Nano Overview
Optimized, rugged design with a wider operating temperature
Available in multiple sensors/resolutions, monochrome and color
Higher frame rates with Teledyne DALSA GigE Vision TurboDrive Technology
Visual camera multicolor status LED on back plate
Multi-ROI support
2 (default models) general purpose opto-coupled inputs
2 (default models) general purpose opto-coupled outputs (user, counter, or timer driven for
Strobe and Flash triggering)
Flexible general purpose Counter and Timer functions available for internal and external
controls
Software and hardware Events available to support imaging applications
Cycling mode supports 64 multiple camera setups (including Multi-Exposure)
Auto brightness (i.e. auto exposure and AGC) available on many models
In-sensor and/or FPGA (digital) Binning available on monochrome models
Supports Image Time-Stamp based on IEEE1588-2008 (PTP: Precise Time Protocol) or an
Internal Timer
Programmable Look-Up-Table (programmable LUT or preset Gamma) available
Defective Pixel replacement available on some models
Multicast and Action Command supported
Image metadata supported
Supports Power Over Ethernet (PoE) or auxiliary power input
Implements 32 MB of Flash Memory
2 User Settings sets to store and recall camera configurations
Supports the Gigabit Ethernet PAUSE Frame feature
GigE Vision 1.2 compliant
Gigabit Ethernet (GigE) interconnection to a computer via standard CAT5e or CAT6 cables
Gigabit Ethernet (GigE) transfer speed up to 115 MB/second
Application development with the freely available Sapera™ LT software libraries
Native Teledyne DALSA Trigger-to-Image Reliability design framework
Refer to the Operation Reference and Technical Specifications section of the manual for full
details
Refer to the Sapera LT 8.10 release notes for information on GigE Vision and TurboDrive
Technology support.
Camera Firmware
Teledyne DALSA Genie Nano camera firmware contains open source software provided under
different open source software licenses. More information about these open source licenses can be
found in the documentation that accompanies the firmware, which is available on the Teledyne
DALSA website at www.teledynedalsa.com.
Genie Nano firmware updates are available for download from the Teledyne DALSA web site
www.teledynedalsa.com/imaging/support/downloads. Choose Genie Nano Firmware from the
available download sections, then choose the zip file download specific to your camera model.
When using Sapera LT, update the camera firmware using CamExpert (see File Access via the
CamExpert Tool). The Camera firmware can also be easily upgrade/downgrade within your own
application via the API. The camera has a failsafe scheme which prevents unrecoverable camera
errors even in the case of a power interruption.
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Model Part Numbers
This manual covers the released Genie Nano monochrome and color models summarized in the two
tables below. These tables list models in increasing resolution. Nano common specifications and
details for each Genie Nano model follow these tables.
Monochrome Cameras
Model
Full Resolution Sensor Size/Model Lens Part Number
M640
672 x 512 On-Semi 0.3M
(Python300 P1) C-mount G3-GM10-M0640
CS-mount G3-GM10-M0641
M640 NIR
672 x 512 On-Semi 0.3M
(Python300 P1) C-mount G3-GM12-M0640
CS-mount G3-GM12-M0641
M800
832 x 632 On-Semi 0.5M
(Python500 P1) C-mount G3-GM10-M0800
CS-mount G3-GM10-M0801
M800 NIR
832 x 632 On-Semi 0.5M
(Python500 P1) C-mount G3-GM12-M0800
CS-mount G3-GM12-M0801
M1240
1280 x 1024 On-Semi 1.3M
(Python1300 P3) C-mount G3-GM11-M1240
CS-mount G3-GM11-M1241
M1280
1280 x 1024 On-Semi 1.3M
(Python1300 P1) C-mount G3-GM10-M1280
CS-mount G3-GM10-M1281
M1280 NIR
1280 x 1024 On-Semi 1.3M
(Python1300 P1) C-mount G3-GM12-M1280
CS-mount G3-GM12-M1281
M1450
1456 x 1088 Sony 1.6M
(IMX273) C-mount G3-GM10-M1450
CS-mount G3-GM10-M1451
M1930
1984 x 1264 On-Semi 2.3M
(Python2000 P1) C-mount G3-GM10-M1930
CS-mount G3-GM10-M1931
M1930 NIR
1984 x 1264 On-Semi 2.3M
(Python2000 P1) C-mount G3-GM12-M1930
CS-mount G3-GM12-M1931
M1940
1936 x 1216 Sony 2.3M
(IMX174) C-mount G3-GM10-M1940
CS-mount G3-GM10-M1941
M1920
1936 x 1216 Sony 2.3M
(IMX249) C-mount G3-GM11-M1920
CS-mount G3-GM11-M1921
M2050
2048 x 1536 Sony 3.2M
(IMX252) C-mount G3-GM10-M2050
CS-mount G3-GM10-M2051
M2020
2048 x 1536 Sony 3.2M
(IMX265) C-mount G3-GM11-M2020
CS-mount G3-GM11-M2021
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Monochrome Cameras Continued
M2450
2448 x 2048 Sony 5.1M
(IMX250) C-mount G3-GM10-M2450
CS-mount G3-GM10-M2451
M2420
2448 x 2048 Sony 5.1M
(IMX264) C-mount G3-GM11-M2420
CS-mount G3-GM11-M2421
M2590
2592 x 2048 On-Semi 5.1M
(Python5000 P1) C-mount G3-GM10-M2590
CS-mount G3-GM10-M2591
M2590 NIR
2592 x 2048 On-Semi 5.1M
(Python5000 P1) C-mount G3-GM12-M2590
CS-mount G3-GM12-M2591
M4060
4112 x2176 Sony 8.9M
(IMX255) C-mount G3-GM10-M4060
CS-mount G3-GM10-M4061
M4030
4112 x2176 Sony 8.9M
(IMX267) C-mount G3-GM11-M4030
CS-mount G3-GM11-M4031
M4040
4112 x 3008 Sony 12M
(IMX253) C-mount G3-GM10-M4040
CS-mount G3-GM10-M4041
M4020
4112 x 3008 Sony 12M
(IMX304) C-mount G3-GM11-M4020
CS-mount G3-GM11-M4021
NanoXL Model
Full Resolution Sensor Size/Model Lens Part Number
M4090
4096 x 4096 On-Semi 16M
(Python 16K) M42 mount G3-GM30-M4095
M4090-NIR
4096 x 4096 On-Semi 16M
(Python 16K) M42 mount G3-GM32-M4095
M5100
5120 x 5120 On-Semi 25M
(Python 25K) M42 mount G3-GM30-M5105
M5100-NIR
5120 x 5120 On-Semi 25M
(Python 25K) M42 mount G3-GM32-M5105
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Color Cameras
Model
Full Resolution Sensor Size/Model Lens Part Number Notes
C640
672 x 512 On-Semi 0.3M
(Python300 P1)
C-mount G3-GC10-C0640
G3-GC10-C0640IF with IR Cut-off Filter
CS-mount G3-GC10-C0641
G3-GC10-C0641IF with IR Cut-off Filter
C800
832 x 632 On-Semi 0.5M
(Python500 P1)
C-mount G3-GC10-C0800
G3-GC10-C0800IF with IR Cut-off Filter
CS-mount G3-GC10-C0801
G3-GC10-C0801IF with IR Cut-off Filter
C1240
1280 x 1024 On-Semi 1.3M
(Python1300 P3)
C-mount G3-GC10-C1240
G3-GC10-C1240IF with IR Cut-off Filter
CS-mount G3-GC10-C1241
G3-GC10-C1241IF with IR Cut-off Filter
C1280
1280 x 1024 On-Semi 1.3M
(Python1300 P1)
C-mount G3-GC10-C1280
G3-GC10-C1280IF with IR Cut-off Filter
CS-mount G3-GC10-C1281
G3-GC10-C1281IF with IR Cut-off Filter
C1450
1456 x 1088 Sony 1.6M
(IMX273)
C-mount G3-GM10-C1450
G3-GM10-C1450IF with IR Cut-off Filter
CS-mount G3-GM10-C1451
G3-GM10-C1451IF with IR Cut-off Filter
C1930
1984 x 1264 On-Semi 2M
(Python2000 P1)
C-mount G3-GC10-C1930
G3-GC10-C1930IF with IR Cut-off Filter
CS-mount G3-GC10-C1931
G3-GC10-C1931IF with IR Cut-off Filter
C1940
1936 x 1216 Sony 2.3M
(IMX174)
C-mount G3-GC10-C1940
G3-GC10-C1940IF with IR Cut-off Filter
CS-mount G3-GC10-C1941
G3-GC10-C1941IF with IR Cut-off Filter
C1920
1936 x 1216 Sony 2.3M
(IMX249)
C-mount G3-GC11-C1920
G3-GC11-C1920IF with IR Cut-off Filter
CS-mount G3-GC11-C1921
G3-GC11-C1921IF with IR Cut-off Filter
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Color Cameras Continued
C2050
2048 x 1536 Sony 3.2M
(IMX252)
C-mount G3-GC10-C2050
G3-GC10-C2050IF with IR Cut-off Filter
CS-mount G3-GC10-C2051
G3-GC10-C2051IF with IR Cut-off Filter
C2020
2048 x 1536 Sony 3.2M
(IMX265)
C-mount G3-GC11-C2020
G3-GC11-C2020IF with IR Cut-off Filter
CS-mount G3-GC11-C2021
G3-GC11-C2021IF with IR Cut-off Filter
C2450
2448 x 2048 Sony 5.1M
(IMX250)
C-mount G3-GC10-C2450
G3-GC10-C2450IF with IR Cut-off Filter
CS-mount G3-GC10-C2451
G3-GC10-C2451IF with IR Cut-off Filter
C2420
2448 x 2048 Sony 5.1M
(IMX264)
C-mount G3-GC11-C2420
G3-GC11-C2420IF with IR Cut-off Filter
CS-mount G3-GC11-C2421
G3-GC11-C2421IF with IR Cut-off Filter
C2590
2592 x 2048 On-Semi 5.1M
(Python5000 P1)
C-mount G3-GC10-C2590
G3-GC10-C2590IF with IR Cut-off Filter
CS-mount G3-GC10-C2591
G3-GC10-C2591IF with IR Cut-off Filter
C4060
4112 x 2176 Sony 8.9M
(IMX255)
C-mount G3-GC10-C4060
G3-GC10-C4060IF with IR Cut-off Filter
CS-mount G3-GC10-C4061
G3-GC10-C4061IF with IR Cut-off Filter
C4030
4112 x 2176 Sony 8.9M
(IMX267)
C-mount G3-GC11-C4030
G3-GC11-C4030IF with IR Cut-off Filter
CS-mount G3-GC11-C4031
G3-GC11-C4031IF with IR Cut-off Filter
C4040
4114 x 3008 Sony 12M
(IMX253)
C-mount G3-GC10-4040C
G3-GC10-C4040IF with IR Cut-off Filter
CS-mount G3-GC10-C4041
G3-GC10-C4041IF with IR Cut-off Filter
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Color Cameras Continued
C4020
4114 x 3008 Sony 12M
(IMX304)
C-mount G3-GC11-4020C
G3-GC11-C4020IF with IR Cut-off Filter
CS-mount G3-GC11-C4021
G3-GC11-C4021IF with IR Cut-off Filter
C4900
4912 x 3682
On-Semi 18M
(AR1820HS)
Rolling Shutter
C-mount G3-GC10-C4900
G3-GC10-C4900IF with IR Cut-off Filter
CS-mount G3-GC10-C4901
G3-GC10-C4901IF with IR Cut-off Filter
NanoXL Model
Full Resolution Sensor Size/Model Lens Part Number
C4090
4096 x 4096 On-Semi 16M
(Python 16K) M42 mount G3-GC30-C4095
C5100
5120 x 5120 On-Semi 25M
(Python 25K) M42 mount G3-GC30-C5105
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Accessories
Nano Accessories & Cables (sold separately) Order Number
Mounting Bracket Plate
(2 or 3 screw camera mount),
with ¼ inch external device screw mount
(also known as a tripod mount)
G3-AMNT-BRA01
I/O Blunt End Cable
(2 meter Screw Retention to Flying Leads)
G3-AIOC-BLUNT2M
I/O Breakout Cable
(2 meter Screw Retention to Euroblock connector)
G3-AIOC-BRKOUT2M
Power and Cable Evaluation Kit
Includes a Power Supply (12V),
an Ethernet Cable (RJ-45, 2 meter),
and a 2 meter I/O Breakout Cable (Euroblock)
G3-ACBL-EVALKIT
Generic 12 volt power supply for Genie NanoAux
connector (Samtec 10-Pin) 4 Meter length
G3-APWS-S10S04M
NanoXLM42 to F-mount (Nikon) adapter
(same adapter part as used with Genie TS)
Note that there is no support for Nikon lens features
such as focus and aperture motor controls.
G2-AM42-MOUNT4
Right angle I/O cables and Ethernet cables (including combo evaluation packages) are available
directly from our preferred source (see Components Express Right-Angle Cable Assemblies).
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Software Requirements
Sapera LT Development Software
Teledyne DALSA Software Platform for Microsoft Windows
Sapera LT version 8.00 or later (8.10 or later recommended),
for Windows. Includes Sapera Network Imaging Package and
GigE Vision Imaging Driver, Sapera Runtime and CamExpert.
Provides everything you will need to develop imaging applications
Sapera documentation provided in compiled HTML help,
and Adobe Acrobat® (PDF)
Available for download
http://www.teledynedalsa.com/imaging/support/
Sapera Processing Imaging Development Library
(available for Windows or Linux sold separately): Contact Teledyne DALSA Sales
Teledyne DALSA Software Platform for Linux
GigE-V Framework Ver. 2.0 (for both X86 or Arm type processor) Available for download
http://teledynedalsa.com/imaging/products/softwar
e/linux-gige-v/
Third Party GigE Vision Development
Third Party GigE Vision Software Platform Requirements
Support of GenICam GenApi version 2.3 General acquisition and control
Support of GenICam GenApi version 2.3 File access: firmware, configuration data, upload &
download
Support of GenICam XML schema version 1.1
GenICam™ support XML camera description file Embedded within Genie Nano
About GigE Vision
Genie Nano cameras are 100% compliant with the GigE Vision 1.2
specification which defines the communication interface protocol used by any
GigE Vision device. The device description and capabilities are contained in an
XML file. For more information see:
https://www.visiononline.org/vision-standards-details.cfm?type=5
Genie Nano cameras implement a superset of the GenICam™ specification
which defines device capabilities. This description takes the form of an XML
device description file respecting the syntax defined by the GenApi module of
the GenICam™ specification. For more information see www.genicam.org.
The Teledyne DALSA GigE Vision Module provides a license free development platform for Teledyne
DALSA GigE hardware or Sapera vision applications. Additionally supported are Sapera GigE Vision
applications for third party hardware with the purchase of a GigE Vision Module license, or the
Sapera processing SDK with a valid license.
The GigE Vision Compliant XML device description file is embedded within Genie Nano firmware
allowing GigE Vision Compliant applications access to Genie Nano capabilities and controls
immediately after connection.
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Genie Nano Specifications
The Nano common specifications listed first are followed by model specific tables of functional
features and timing details.
Common Specifications
Camera Controls
Synchronization Modes Free running, External triggered, Software trigger through Ethernet, Precision Time
Protocol (PTP)
Exposure Control Internal Programmable via the camera API
External (Global Shutter models) based on Trigger Width
Exposure Time Maximum 16 sec (Global Shutter models)
0.5 sec (Rolling Shutter model C4900)
Exposure Modes Programmable in increments of 1µs
minimum (in µs) is model specific
Pulse controlled via Trigger pulse width (Global Shutter models).
Trigger Inputs Opto-isolated, 2.4V to 24V typical, 16mA min.
Debounce range from 0 up to 255 µs
Trigger Delay from 0 to 2,000,000 µs
Strobe Outputs
Output opto-isolated:
Aligned to the start of exposure with a programmable delay, duration and polarity
(using “start of exposure on output line source” feature)
Features
Image Buffer
(VGA to 5M models)
(8.9M to 18M models)
(NanoXL models)
Refer to transferQueueMemorySize feature.
90 MB total on-board memory for acquisitions and packet resend buffering
200 MB total
500 MB total
Reserved Private User Buffer 4 kB flash memory for OEM usage (deviceUserBuffer)
Flash memory 32 MB flash memory implemented
Gain In Sensor gain (model dependent) and Digital gain up to 4x
Auto-Brightness Yes , with Auto-Exposure and AGC (Sensor Gain or FPGA Gain)
Note1: Sensor Gain AGC only with Sony sensors
Note2: Not applicable to model C4900 (rolling shutter sensor)
Color model output Color cameras support Bayer output or RGB output firmware.
Binning (monochrome models) Support for both Horizontal and Vertical Binning: 1x, 2x, and 4x in FPGA
Models M640, M800, M1280, M1930, M2590, M4040, M4060 have in-sensor binning
LUT Programmable LUT (Look-up-table) up to 12-Bit (model dependent)
Defective Pixel Replacement Available on some models up to 1024 entries (2048 for NanoXL)
Automatic White Balance Available on Color models
Counter and Timer 1 Counter, and 1 Timer. User programmable, acquisition independent, with event
generation, and can control Output I/O pins
Timestamp Timer to Timestamp images and events (1μs tics using Internal Clock, 8 nanosecond
tics when using IEEE1588 ( PTP: Precise time Protocol)
Metadata Metadata Output at the end of the Images (also known as GenICam Chunk Data)
Cycling Mode Automatic cycling between 64 camera setups
Multicast Programming support for multicasting images (requires Multicast host support: refer to
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Action Command Programmable for up to 2 GenICam Action Commands (requires host support: refer to
the SDK documentation if supported)
Test image Internal generator with choice of static and shifting patterns
User settings Select factory default or either of two user saved camera configurations
TurboDrive Technology Supported with 8-bit or 16-bit buffer format (see Sapera 8.10 release notes)
Not supported with RGB output firmware for any Nano model due to limitations of
camera resources.
Back Focal Distance
17.52 mm (C-mount models), 12.52 mm (CS-mount models)
12 mm (model NanoXL)
Mechanical Interface
Camera (L x H x W)
see Mechanical Specifications 21.2 mm x 29 mm x 44 mm (without lens mount or Ethernet connector)
38.9 mm x 29 mm x 44 mm (with C-mount and Ethernet connector)
23.7 mm x 59 mm x 59 mm (NanoXL without Ethernet connector)
38.3 mm x 59 mm x 59 mm (NanoXL with Ethernet connector)
Mass (approximate value due to
sensor variations) ~ 46g (C-mount with no lens)
~ 163g model NanoXL
Power connector via the 10-pin I/O connector, or RJ45 in PoE mode
Ethernet connector RJ45
Electrical Interface
Input Voltage +12 to +36 Volts DC (+10%/- 10%)
+10 to +56 Volts DC (Absolute min/max Range) on Auxiliary connector
Supports the Power Over Ethernet standard. (PoE Class 3 as per IEEE 802.3af)
Inputs/Outputs Default models have 2 Inputs and 2 Outputs
Optional models have 1 Input and 3 Outputs
XL models have 2 Inputs and 3 Outputs
Power Dissipation (typical) Nano: PoE Class 2
From 3.8W to 4.9W dependent on Nano model and power supply voltage
NanoXL: PoE Class 3 (Up to 7W) or external 24Volt power (6.6W)
Data Output Gigabit Ethernet 1000Mbps (10/100 Mbps are not supported) 115 MB/sec max.
Ethernet Option supported PAUSE Frame support (as per IEEE 802.3x)
Data and Control GigE Vision 1.2 compliant
Environmental Conditions
Operating Temperature
(at camera front plate) All Models: -20°C to +65°C (-4°F to +149°F)
Model C4900 Exception: -20°C to +50°C (-4°F to +122°F)
Temperature range specification based on an auxiliary input voltage of +20 to +36Vdc
or PoE.
Any metallic camera mounting provides heat-sinking therefor reducing the internal
temperature.
Operating Relative Humidity 10% to 80% non-condensing
Storage -40°C to +80°C (-F to +176°F) temperature at 20% to 80% non-condensing
relative humidity
Conformity CE, FCC, GenICam, GigE Vision, IP30, IEEE 802.3af (PoE)
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Sensor Cosmetic Specifications
After Factory Calibration and/or Corrections are Applied (if applicable dependent on sensor)
Blemish Specifications Maximum Number of
Defects Blemish Description
Hot/Dead Pixel defects Typical 0.0025%
Max 0.005% Any pixel that deviates by ±20% from the average of
neighboring pixels at 50% saturation including pixel stuck at 0
and maximum saturated value.
Spot defects none Grouping of more than 8 pixel defects within a sub-area of 3x3
pixels, to a maximum spot size of 7x7 pixels.
Clusters defects none Grouping of more than 5 single pixel defects in a 3x3 kernel.
Column defects none Vertical grouping of more than 10 contiguous pixel defects
along a single column.
Row defects none Horizontal grouping of more than 10 contiguous pixel defects
along a single row.
Test conditions
Nominal light = illumination at 50% of saturation
Temperature of camera is 45°C
At exposures lower than 0.1 seconds
At nominal sensor gain (1x)
For Model C4900 (Rolling Shutter sensor) see Model C4900 Sensor Cosmetic Specifications
On-Semi Python Sensor Limitations:
Guarantied pixel saturation: from a minimum exposure to 100 millisecond (Gain1.0)
for the 0.3M to 5M models
Guarantied pixel saturation: from a minimum exposure to 10 millisecond (Gain1.0)
for the 16M to 25M models
Sony Sensor Limitation:
Max pixel saturated values: Max Pixel format bit depth 1DN (either 10-bit or 12-bit, as
designed by Sony)
Dynamic Range & Signal to Noise Ratio Measurement Conditions
Specifications calculated according to EMVA-1288 standard, using white LED light
Dynamic Range Test Conditions
Exposure 100µs
0% Full Light Level
SNR Test Conditions
Exposure 2000µs
80% saturation
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EMI, Shock and Vibration Certifications
Compliance Directives Standards ID Overview
CE
EN61000-4-2 : 2008 Electrostatic discharge immunity test
EN61000-4-3 : 2006 A1 : 2007 A2 :
2010 Radiated, radio-frequency, electromagnetic field
immunity test
EN61000-4-4 : 2004 Electrical fast transient/burst immunity test
EN61000-4-5 : 2005 Surge immunity
EN61000-4-6 : 2008 Immunity to conducted disturbances, induced by
radio-frequency fields
EN61000-4-8 : 2009 Power frequency magnetic field immunity
EN61000-4-11 : 2004 Voltage variations immunity
EN61000-6-2 : 2005 Electromagnetic immunity
EN61000-6-4: 2007 Electromagnetic emissions
CISPR 11: 2009 A1 :
group 1 FCC, part 15, subpart B:2010 Limit: class A Conducted Emissions
CISPR 22 : 2008 Limit: class A LAN port Conducted Emissions
FCC Part 15, class A
RoHS Compliancy as per European directive 2011/65/EC
For an image of Genie Nano certificates see EC & FCC Declarations of Conformityon page 234
Vibration & Shock Tests Test Levels (while operating) Test Parameters
Random vibrations Level 1: 2 grms 60 min.
Level 2: 4 grms 45 min.
Level 3: 6 grms 30 min.
Frequency range: 5 to 2000 Hz
Directions: X, Y, and Z axes
Shocks Level 1: 20 g / 11 ms
Level 2: 30 g / 11 ms
Level 3: 40 g / 60 ms
Shape: half-sine
Number: 3 shocks (+) and 3 shocks (-)
Directions: ±X, ±Y, and ±Z axes
Additional information concerning test conditions and methodologies is available on request.
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Mean Time between Failure (MTBF)
The analysis was carried out for operating temperatures varying from 0 to 80ºC. The following
table presents the predicted MTBF and failure rate values.
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Specifications: M1450, C1450
Supported Features M1450 C1450
Resolution 1456 x 1088
Sensor Sony IMX273 (1.6M)
Pixel Size 3.45 µm x 3.45 µm
Shutter type Full frame electronic global shutter function
Full Well charge 11ke (max)
Firmware option
(Field programmable) Standard Design Monochrome Standard Design Bayer
Max. Internal Frame Rate
Full resolution 161 fps at 1456 x 1088 resolution
Maximum Sustained Frame Rate
Output (with TurboDrive v1) * 161 fps at 1456 x 1088 resolution (8-bits)
80 fps at 1456 x 1088 resolution (12-bits)
Maximum Sustained Frame Rate
Output (without TurboDrive) 75 fps at 1456 x 1088 resolution (8-bits)
36 fps at 1456 x 1088 resolution (12-bits)
Pixel Data Formats Monochrome 8-bit
Monochrome 12-bit Bayer 8-bit
Bayer 12-bit
Trigger to Exposure Minimum delay
(Synchronous Exposure Alignment) 2 line time (11 µs)
Trigger to Exposure Minimum delay
(Reset Exposure Alignment) 0 µs
Trigger to Exposure Start jitter (best
case with Synchronous Exposure
Alignment) Max 1 line time (0 to 5.5 µs)
Trigger to Exposure Start jitter
(Reset Exposure Alignment) 0 µs
Actual Exposure Time Minimum
(see “exposureTimeActual”
in Sensor Control) 19.7 µsec in 5.5 µsec steps (i.e. 1 line time + 14.26 µs)
Min. Time from End of Exposure to
Start of Next Exposure (second
frame) 18 line times 14.26 µs (84.74 µs)
Horizontal Line Time: 5.5 µs
Readout Time (H line time) x (lines in frame + 22) in µs
Auto-Brightness Yes , with Auto-Exposure and AGC (FPGA Gain or Sensor Gain)
Black offset control Yes
Gain Control In-sensor Analog Gain (1x to 16x)
In-sensor Digital Gain (1 to 16x)
Binning Support Yes In-FPGA (summing and average)
2x2, 4x4 NO
Color Correction Support NO
Decimation Support NO
Defective Pixel Replacement NO
Image Correction NO
Image Flip Support Yes, In-Sensor, Vertical and Horizontal
Multi-ROI Support Yes, in sensor up to 4 ROI (2x2) (mutually exclusive with binning)
On-Board Image Memory 90 MB
Output Dynamic Range (dB) 73.60
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SNR (dB) 39.40
*TurboDrive internal limitation of 250MB/sec
Firmware Files for Models 1450
M1450
Standard
Genie_Nano_Sony_IMX273_1.6M_Mono_STD_Firmware_10CA18.x.cbf
C1450
Standard
Genie_Nano_Sony_IMX273_1.6M_Bayer_STD_Firmware_11CA18.x.cbf
Spectral Response
Monochrome Model M1450, (Sony IMX273)
Color Model C1450, (Sony IMX273)
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Specifications: M1920, C1920
Supported Features M1920 C1920
Resolution 1936 x 1216
Sensor Sony IMX249 (2.3M)
Pixel Size 5.86 µm x 5.86 µm
Shutter type Full frame electronic global shutter function
Full Well charge 32ke (max)
Firmware option
(Field programmable) Standard Design
Monochrome Standard Design
Bayer RGB-Output
Design
Max. Internal Frame Rate
Full resolution 38.8 fps
Maximum Sustained Frame Rate
Output (with TurboDrive v1) 38.8 fps (8-bit)
38.8 fps (12-bit) N/A
Maximum Sustained Frame Rate
Output (without TurboDrive) 38.8 fps (8-bit)
25 fps (12-bit)
13 fps (RGBA)
19.5 fps (RGB)
26 fps (Yuv422)
38.8fps (8-bit mono)
Pixel Data Formats Mono 8-bit
Mono 12-bit Bayer 8-Bit
Bayer 12-Bit
RGBA 32-bit
RGB 24-bit
Yuv422 16-bit
Mono 8-bit
Trigger to Exposure Minimum delay
(Synchronous Exposure Alignment) 2 line time (41.5 µs)
Trigger to Exposure Minimum delay
(Reset Exposure Alignment) Not supported by this sensor
Trigger to Exposure Start jitter (best
case with Synchronous Exposure
Alignment)
Up to 1 line time
0 to 20.5 µs
Trigger to Exposure Start jitter
(Reset Exposure Alignment) Not supported by this sensor
Actual Exposure Time Minimum
(see “exposureTimeActual”
in Sensor Control)
34.23 µs (1 line time + 13.73 us)
(increment steps of 20.5 µs)
Min. Time from End of Exposure to
Start of Next Exposure 13 lines (266.5µs)
Horizontal Line Time: 20.5 µs
Readout Time (Horizontal Line Time) x (lines in frame +20) in μs
Auto-Brightness Yes , with Auto-Exposure and AGC (FPGA Gain or Sensor Gain)
Black offset control Yes (in DN)
Gain Control In-sensor Gain (1.0x to 251x)
In-FPGA Digital Gain (1x to 4x) in 0.007x steps
Binning Support Yes In-FPGA
(summing and average)
2x2, 4x4 No
Color Correction Support No Yes
Decimation Support No
Defective Pixel Replacement No
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Image Correction No
Image Flip Support Yes, In-Sensor, Vertical and Horizontal
Multi-ROI Support Yes, in FPGA, up to 16 ROI (mutually exclusive with binning)
On-Board Image Memory 90MB
Output Dynamic Range (dB) 72.1 dB (in 12-Bit Pixel Format)
SNR (dB) 44.3 dB (in 12-Bit Pixel Format)
Specifications: M1940, C1940
Supported Features Nano-M1940 Nano-C1940
Resolution 1936 x 1216
Sensor Sony IMX174 (2.3M)
Pixel Size 5.86 µm x 5.86 µm
Shutter type Full frame electronic global shutter function
Full Well charge 32ke (max)
Firmware option
(Field programmable) Standard Design
Monochrome Standard Design
Bayer RGB-Output
Design
Max. Internal Frame Rate
Full resolution 83.9 fps
Maximum Sustained Frame Rate
Output (with TurboDrive v1) 83.9 fps (8-bit)
53 fps (10-bit) N/A
Maximum Sustained Frame Rate
Output (without TurboDrive) 52 fps (8-bit)
26 fps (10-bit)
13 fps (RGBA)
19.5 fps (RGB)
26 fps (Yuv422)
38.8fps (8-bit mono)
Pixel Data Formats Mono 8-bit
Mono 10-bit Bayer 8-Bit
Bayer 10-Bit
RGBA 32-bit
RGB 24-bit
Yuv422 16-bit
Mono 8-bit
Trigger to Exposure Minimum delay
(Synchronous Exposure Alignment) 2 line time (19 µs)
Trigger to Exposure Minimum delay
(Reset Exposure Alignment) Not supported by this sensor
Trigger to Exposure Start jitter (best
case with Synchronous Exposure
Alignment)
Up to 1 line time
0 to 9.5 µs
Trigger to Exposure Start jitter
(Reset Exposure Alignment) Not supported by this sensor
Actual Exposure Time Minimum
(see “exposureTimeActual”
in Sensor Control)
23.23 µs (1 line time + 13.73 us)
(increment steps of 9.5 µs)
Min. Time from End of Exposure to
Start of Next Exposure (second
frame) 13 lines (123.5µs)
Horizontal Line Time: 9.5 µs
Readout Time (Horizontal Line Time) x (lines in frame +20) in μs
Auto-Brightness Yes , with Auto-Exposure and AGC (FPGA Gain or Sensor Gain)
Black offset control Yes (in DN)
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Gain Control In-sensor Gain (1.0x to 251x)
In-FPGA Digital Gain (1x to 4x) in 0.007x steps
Binning Support Yes In-FPGA
(summing and average)
2x2, 4x4 No
Color Correction Support No Yes
Decimation Support No
Defective Pixel Replacement No
Image Correction No
Image Flip Support Yes, In-Sensor, Vertical and Horizontal
Multi-ROI Support Yes, in-sensor, up to 16 ROI (mutually exclusive with binning)
On-Board Image Memory 90MB
Output Dynamic Range (dB) 68.3 dB (in 10-Bit Pixel Format)
SNR (dB) 43.9 dB (in 10-Bit Pixel Format)
Notes:
* Entire Resolution includes Over-scan pixels:
Active resolution is 1920 x 1200. The 8 + 8 additional pixels per line and 8 + 8 additional
vertical lines are available for preprocessing and/or camera mechanical alignment
operations in a system.
** Limited to the Genie Nano Architecture:
~250MB/sec Sustained into the TurboDrive Engine
Additional note: This transfer was achieved using 1500 Byte Packet Size.
*** Actual Exposure Time:
The actual internal minimum exposure may be different than what is programmed. Use the
feature exposureTimeActual” from the Sensor Control category to read back the actual
sensor exposure.
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Firmware Files for 1920, 1940
The latest firmware files for all Nano models are available on the Teledyne DALSA support web site:
http://www.teledynedalsa.com/imaging/support/downloads/firmware/
The firmware files for these models are listed below. The xx denotes the current build number.
M1920
Standard
“Genie_Nano_Sony_IMX249-2M_Mono_STD_Firmware_3CA18.xx.cbf
C1920
Bayer Output
“Genie_Nano_Sony_IMX249-2M_Bayer_STD_Firmware_4CA18.xx.cbf”
RGB Output
“Genie_Nano_Sony_IMX249-2M_RGB_Output_Firmware_4CA18.xx.cbf”
M1940
Standard
“Genie_Nano_Sony_IMX174-2M_Mono_STD_Firmware_1CA18.xx.cbf
C1940
Bayer Output
“Genie_Nano_Sony_IMX174-2M_Bayer_STD_Firmware_2CA18.xx.cbf”
RGB Output
“Genie_Nano_Sony_IMX174-2M_RGB_Output_Firmware_4CA18.xx.cbf”
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Spectral Response
Monochrome Models M194x & M192x, (Sony IMX174 & IMX249)
Measured Fill-Factor x Quantum Efficiency (FF x QE)
Color Models C194x & C192x, (Sony IMX174 & IMX249)
Measured Fill-Factor x Quantum Efficiency (FF x QE)
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Specifications: M2020, C2020
Supported Features Nano-M2020 Nano-C2020
Resolution 2064 x 1544
Sensor Sony IMX265 (3.2M)
Pixel Size 3.45 µm x 3.45 µm
Shutter type Full frame electronic global shutter function
Full Well charge 11ke (max)
Firmware option
(Field programmable) Standard Design
Monochrome Standard Design
Bayer RGB-Output
Design
Max. Internal Frame Rate
Full resolution 53.3 fps
Maximum Sustained Frame Rate
Output (with TurboDrive v1) * 53.3 fps (8-bit)
41.0 fps (12-bit) N/A
Maximum Sustained Frame Rate
Output (without TurboDrive) 38 fps (8-bit)
18 fps (12-bit)
9 fps (RGBA)
13.5 fps (RGB)
18 fps (Yuv422)
38 fps (mono8)
Pixel Data Formats Mono 8-bit
Mono 12-bit Bayer 8-Bit
Bayer 12-Bit
RGBA 32-bit
RGB 24-bit
Yuv422 16-bit
Mono 8-bit
Trigger to Exposure Minimum delay
(Synchronous Exposure Alignment) 2 line time (23.8 µs)
Trigger to Exposure Minimum delay
(Reset Exposure Alignment) 0 µs
Trigger to Exposure Start jitter (best
case with Synchronous Exposure
Alignment)
Up to 1 line time
0 to 11.9 µs
Trigger to Exposure Start jitter
(Reset Exposure Alignment) 0 µs
Actual Exposure Time Minimum
(see “exposureTimeActual”
in Sensor Control)
25.65µs (1 line time + 13.73 us)
(increment steps of 11.9µs)
Min. Time from End of Exposure to
Start of Next Exposure (second
frame) 8 lines (81.6 µs)
Horizontal Line Time: 11.9 µs
Readout Time (Horizontal Line Time) x (lines in frame +17) in μs
Auto-Brightness Yes , with Auto-Exposure and AGC (FPGA Gain or Sensor Gain)
Black offset control Yes (in DN)
Gain Control In-sensor Gain (1.0x to 251x)
In-FPGA Digital Gain (1x to 4x) in 0.007x step
Binning Support Yes In-FPGA (summing and average)
2x2, 4x4 No
Color Correction Support No Yes
Decimation Support No
Defective Pixel Replacement No
Image Correction No
Image Flip Support Yes, In-Sensor, Vertical and Horizontal
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Multi-ROI Support Yes, in FPGA, up to 16 ROI (mutually exclusive with binning)
On-Board Image Memory 90MB
Output Dynamic Range (dB) 76.4 dB (in 12-Bit Pixel Format)
SNR (dB) 39.6 dB (in 12-Bit Pixel Format)
* Limited to the Genie Nano Architecture:
~250MB/sec Sustained into the TurboDrive Engine achieved using 1500 Byte Packet Size
Firmware Files for Models 2020
The latest firmware files for all Nano models are available on the Teledyne DALSA support web site:
http://www.teledynedalsa.com/imaging/support/downloads/firmware/
The firmware files for these models are listed below. The xx denotes the current build number.
M2020
Standard
“Genie_Nano_Sony_IMX264-265_3.2M-5.1M_Mono_STD_Firmware_9CA18.xx.cbf”
C2020
Bayer Output
“Genie_Nano_Sony_IMX264-265_3.2M-5.1M_Bayer_STD_Firmware_ACA18.xx.cbf”
RGB Output
“Genie_Nano_Sony_IMX264-265_3.2M-5.1M_RGB_Firmware_ACA18.xx.cbf”
Specifications: M2050
Supported Features Nano-M2050
Resolution 2064 x 1544
Sensor Sony IMX252 (3.2M)
Pixel Size 3.45 µm x 3.45 µm
Shutter type Full frame electronic global shutter function
Firmware option
(Field programmable) High Sensitivity Design Standard Design
Full Well charge; dependent on
Firmware Design Loaded 2750e- (max) 11ke (max)
Sensitivity to Saturation 4x 1x
Max. Internal Frame Rate
Full resolution 143 fps 116 fps
Maximum Sustained Frame Rate
Output (with TurboDrive v1) * 82 fps (8-bit)
Maximum Sustained Frame Rate
Output (without TurboDrive) 38 fps (8-bit)
Pixel Data Formats Mono 8-bit
Trigger to Exposure Minimum delay
(Synchronous Exposure Alignment) 2 line time
(8.8 µs) 2 line time
(10.8 µs)
Trigger to Exposure Minimum delay
(Reset Exposure Alignment) 0 µs
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Trigger to Exposure Start jitter (best
case with Synchronous Exposure
Alignment)
Max 1 line
(0 to 4.4µs) Max 1 line
(0 to 5.4µs)
Trigger to Exposure Start jitter
(Reset Exposure Alignment) 0 µs
Actual Exposure Time Minimum
(see “exposureTimeActual”
in Sensor Control)
18.1µs (1 line time + 13.73 us)
(increment of 4.4µs steps) 19.1µs (1 line time + 13.73 us)
(increment of 5.4µs steps)
Min. Time from End of Exposure to
Start of Next Exposure 10 lines13.73µs
(30.3 µs) 10 lines13.73µs
(40.4 µs)
Horizontal Line Time: 4.4µs 5.4µs
Readout Time (H Line Time) x (lines in frame +23) in μs
Auto-Brightness Yes , with Auto-Exposure and AGC (FPGA Gain or Sensor Gain)
Black offset control Yes (in DN)
Gain Control In-sensor Gain (1.0x to 251x)
In-FPGA Digital Gain (1x to 4x) in 0.007x steps
Binning Support Yes In-FPGA (summing and average)
2x2, 4x4
Decimation Support No
Color Correction Support No
Defective Pixel Replacement No
Image Correction No
Image Flip Support Yes, In-Sensor, Vertical and Horizontal
Multi-ROI Support Yes, In-Sensor, up to 16 ROI (mutually exclusive with in-sensor binning)
On-Board Image Memory 90MB
Output Dynamic Range (dB) 56.7 75.4 dB (in 8-Bit Pixel Format)
SNR (dB) 33.01 39.6 dB (in 8-Bit Pixel Format)
* Limited to the Genie Nano Architecture:
~250MB/sec Sustained into the TurboDrive Engine achieved using 1500 Byte Packet Size
Firmware Files for Model M2050
The latest firmware files for all Nano models are available on the Teledyne DALSA support web site:
http://www.teledynedalsa.com/imaging/support/downloads/firmware/
The firmware files for this model are listed below. The xx denotes the current build number.
M2050
Standard
“Genie_Nano_Sony_IMX25x_3.2M-5.1M-9M-12M _Mono_STD_Firmware_7CA18.xx.cbf”
High Sensitivity
“Genie_Nano_Sony_IMX25x_3.2M-5.1M-9M-12M_Mono_HSD_Firmware_7CA18.xx.cbf”
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Specifications: C2050
Supported Features Nano-C2050
Resolution 2064 x 1544
Sensor Sony IMX252 (3.2M)
Pixel Size 3.45 µm x 3.45 µm
Shutter type Full frame electronic global shutter function
Firmware option
(Field programmable) High Sensitivity
Design (Bayer) Standard Design
(Bayer) RGB-Output
Standard Design
Full Well charge; dependent on
Firmware Design Loaded 2750e- (max) 11ke (max)
Sensitivity to Saturation 4x 1x
Max. Internal Frame Rate
Full resolution 143 fps 116 fps
Maximum Sustained Frame Rate
Output (with TurboDrive v1) * 82 fps (8-bit) 82 fps (8-bit) N/A
Maximum Sustained Frame Rate
Output (without TurboDrive) 38 fps (8-bit) 38 fps (8-bit)
9.7 fps (RGBA)
14.5 fps (RGB)
19 fps (Yuv422)
38 fps (mono8)
Pixel Data Formats Bayer 8-Bit Bayer 8-Bit
RGBA 32-bit
RGB 24-bit
Yuv422 16-bit
Mono 8-bit
Trigger to Exposure Minimum delay
(Synchronous Exposure Alignment) 2 line time
(8.8 µs) 2 line time
(10.8 µs)
Trigger to Exposure Minimum delay
(Reset Exposure Alignment) 0 µs
Trigger to Exposure Start jitter (best
case with Synchronous Exposure
Alignment)
Max 1 line
(0 to 4.4µs) Max 1 line
(0 to 5.4µs)
Trigger to Exposure Start jitter
(Reset Exposure Alignment) 0 µs
Actual Exposure Time Minimum
(see “exposureTimeActual”
in Sensor Control)
18.1µs (1 line time+13.73 us)
(increment of 4.4µs steps) 19.1µs (1 line time + 13.73 us)
(increment of 5.4µs steps)
Min. Time from End of Exposure to
Start of Next Exposure 10 lines13.73µs
(30.3 µs) 10 lines13.73µs
(40.4 µs)
Horizontal Line Time: 4.4µs 5.4µs
Readout Time (H Line Time) x (lines in frame +23) in μs
Auto-Brightness Yes , with Auto-Exposure and AGC (FPGA Gain or Sensor Gain)
Black offset control Yes (in DN)
Gain Control In-sensor Gain (1.0x to 251x)
In-FPGA Digital Gain (1x to 4x) in 0.007x steps
Binning Support No
Color Correction Support No Yes
Decimation Support No
Defective Pixel Replacement No
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Image Correction No
Image Flip Support Yes, In-Sensor, Vertical and Horizontal
Multi-ROI Support Yes, In-Sensor, up to 16 ROI (mutually exclusive with in-sensor binning)
On-Board Image Memory 90MB
Output Dynamic Range (dB) 56.7 75.4 dB (in 8-Bit Pixel Format)
SNR (dB) 33.01 39.6 dB (in 8-Bit Pixel Format)
* Limited to the Genie Nano Architecture:
~250MB/sec Sustained into the TurboDrive Engine achieved using 1500 Byte Packet Size
Firmware Files for Model C2050
The latest firmware files for all Nano models are available on the Teledyne DALSA support web site:
http://www.teledynedalsa.com/imaging/support/downloads/firmware/
The firmware files for this model are listed below. The xx denotes the current build number.
C2050
Bayer Output
“Genie_Nano_Sony_IMX25x_3.2M-5.1M-9M-12M _Bayer_STD_Firmware_8CA18.xx.cbf
High Sensitivity Bayer Output
“Genie_Nano_Sony_IMX25x_3.2M-5.1M-9M-12M _Bayer_HSD_Firmware_8CA18.xx.cbf”
RGB Output
“Genie_Nano_Sony_IMX25x_3.2M-5.1M-9M-12M _RGB_Output_Firmware_8CA18.xx.cbf”
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Genie Nano Specifications Nano Series GigE Vision Camera
Spectral Responses
The response curves describe the sensor, excluding lens and light source characteristics.
Models M2020, M2050
Models C2020, C2050
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Specifications: M2420, C2420
Supported Features Nano-M2420 Nano-C2420
Resolution 2464x 2056
Sensor Sony IMX264 (5.1M)
Pixel Size 3.45 µm x 3.45 µm
Shutter type Full frame electronic global shutter function
Full Well charge 11ke (max)
Firmware option
(Field programmable) Standard Design
Monochrome Standard Design
Bayer RGB-Output
Design
Max. Internal Frame Rate
Full resolution 34.4 fps
Maximum Sustained Frame Rate Output
(with TurboDrive v1) * 34.4 fps (8-bit)
26.1 fps (12-bit) N/A
Maximum Sustained Frame Rate Output
(without TurboDrive) 22.5 fps (8-bit)
11 fps (12-bit)
5.5 fps (RGBA)
8 fps (RGB)
11 fps (Yuv422)
22 fps (mono8)
Pixel Data Formats Mono 8-bit
Mono 12-bit Bayer 8-Bit
Bayer 12-Bit
RGBA 32-bit
RGB 24-bit
Yuv422 16-bit
Mono 8-bit
Trigger to Exposure Minimum delay
(Synchronous Exposure Alignment) 2 line time (27.8 µs)
Trigger to Exposure Minimum delay
(Reset Exposure Alignment) 0 µs
Trigger to Exposure Start jitter (best case
with Synchronous Exposure Alignment) Up to 1 line time
0 to 13.9 µs
Trigger to Exposure Start jitter
(Reset Exposure Alignment) 0 µs
Actual Exposure Time Minimum
(see “exposureTimeActual”
in Sensor Control)
27.65µs (1 line time + 13.73 us)
(increment steps of 13.9 µs)
Min. Time from End of Exposure to Start of
Next Exposure (second frame) 8 lines (97.6 µs)
Horizontal Line Time: 13.9 µs
Readout Time (Horizontal Line Time) x (lines in frame +17) in μs
Auto-Brightness Yes , with Auto-Exposure and AGC (FPGA Gain or Sensor Gain)
Black offset control Yes (in DN)
Gain Control In-sensor Gain (1.0x to 251x)
In-FPGA Digital Gain (1x to 4x) in 0.007x step
Binning Support Yes In-FPGA
(summing and average)
2x2, 4x4 No
Color Correction Support No Yes
Decimation Support No
Defective Pixel Replacement No
Image Correction No
Image Flip Support Yes, In-Sensor, Vertical and Horizontal
Multi-ROI Support Yes, in FPGA, up to 16 ROI (mutually exclusive with binning)
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On-Board Image Memory 90MB
Output Dynamic Range (dB) 76.8 dB (in 12-Bit Pixel Format)
SNR (dB) 39.5 dB (in 12-Bit Pixel Format)
* Limited to the Genie Nano Architecture:
~250MB/sec Sustained into the TurboDrive Engine achieved using 1500 Byte Packet Size
Firmware Files for Models 2420
The latest firmware files for all Nano models are available on the Teledyne DALSA support web site:
http://www.teledynedalsa.com/imaging/support/downloads/firmware/
The firmware files for these models are listed below. The xx denotes the current build number.
M2420
Standard
“Genie_Nano_Sony_IMX264-265_3.2M-5.1M_Mono_STD_Firmware_9CA18.xx.cbf”
C2420
Bayer Output
“Genie_Nano_Sony_IMX264-265_3.2M-5.1M_Bayer_STD_Firmware_ACA18.xx.cbf”
RGB Output
“Genie_Nano_Sony_IMX264-265_3.2M-5.1M_RGB_Firmware_ACA18.xx.cbf”
Specifications: M2450
Supported Features M2450
Resolution 2464 x 2056
Sensor Sony IMX250 (5.1M)
Pixel Size 3.45 µm x 3.45 µm
Shutter type Full frame electronic global shutter function
Firmware option
(Field programmable) High Sensitivity
Design Standard Design
(Mono)
Full Well charge; dependent on
Firmware Design Loaded 2750e- (max) 11ke (max)
Sensitivity to Saturation 4x 1x
Max. Internal Frame Rate
Full resolution 93 fps 76 fps
Maximum Sustained Frame Rate
Output (with TurboDrive v1)* 49 fps (8-bit)
Maximum Sustained Frame Rate
Output (without TurboDrive) 22 fps (8-bit)
Pixel Data Formats Mono 8-bit
Trigger to Exposure Minimum delay
(Synchronous Exposure Alignment) 2 line time
(10.22 µs) 2 line time
(12.5 µs)
Trigger to Exposure Minimum delay
(Reset Exposure Alignment) 0 µs
Trigger to Exposure Start jitter (best
case with Synchronous Exposure
Alignment)
Max 1 line
(0 to 5.11µs) Max 1 line
(0 to 6.25µs)
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Trigger to Exposure Start jitter
(Reset Exposure Alignment) 0 µs
Actual Exposure Time Minimum
(see “exposureTimeActual”
in Sensor Control)
18.8µs (1 line time + 13.73 us)
(increment of 5.11µs steps) 19.9µs (1 line time + 13.73 us)
(increment of 6.2µs steps)
Min. Time from End of Exposure to
Start of Next Exposure 10 lines13.73µs
(37.3 µs) 10 lines13.73µs
(48.8 µs)
Horizontal Line Time: 5.11µs 6.2µs
Readout Time (H Line Time) x (lines in frame +23) in μs
Auto-Brightness Yes , with Auto-Exposure and AGC (FPGA Gain or Sensor Gain)
Black offset control Yes (in DN)
Gain Control In-sensor Analog Gain (1.0x to 251x)
Binning Support Yes In-FPGA
(summing and average)
2x2, 4x4
Decimation Support No
Defective Pixel Replacement No
Image Correction no
Image Flip Support Yes, In-Sensor, Vertical and Horizontal
Multi-ROI Support Yes, In-Sensor, up to 16 ROI (mutually exclusive with in-sensor binning)
On-Board Image Memory 90MB
Output Dynamic Range (dB) 56.7 75.4 dB (in 8-Bit Pixel Format)
SNR (dB) 33.01 39.6 dB (in 8-Bit Pixel Format)
* Limited to the Genie Nano Architecture:
~250MB/sec Sustained into the TurboDrive Engine achieved using 1500 Byte Packet Size
Firmware Files for Model M2450
The latest firmware files for all Nano models are available on the Teledyne DALSA support web site:
http://www.teledynedalsa.com/imaging/support/downloads/firmware/
The firmware files for this model are listed below. The xx denotes the current build number.
M2450
Standard
“Genie_Nano_Sony_IMX25x_3.2M-5.1M-9M-12M _Mono_STD_Firmware_7CA18.xx.cbf”
High Sensitivity
“Genie_Nano_Sony_IMX25x_3.2M-5.1M-9M-12M_Mono_HSD_Firmware_7CA18.xx.cbf”
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Genie Nano Specifications Nano Series GigE Vision Camera
Specifications: C2450
Supported Features C2450
Resolution 2464 x 2056
Sensor Sony IMX250 (5.1M)
Pixel Size 3.45 µm x 3.45 µm
Shutter type Full frame electronic global shutter function
Firmware option
(Field programmable) High Sensitivity Design
(Bayer) Standard Design
(Bayer) RGB-Output
Design
Full Well charge; dependent on
Firmware Design Loaded 2750e- (max) 11ke (max)
Sensitivity to Saturation 4x 1x
Max. Internal Frame Rate
Full resolution 93 fps 76 fps
Maximum Sustained Frame Rate
Output (with TurboDrive v1)* 49 fps (8-bit) 49 fps (8-bit) N/A
Maximum Sustained Frame Rate
Output (without TurboDrive) 22 fps (8-bit) 22 fps (8-bit)
5.5 fps (RGBA)
8.7 fps (RGB)
11 fps (Yuv422)
22 fps (mono8)
Pixel Data Formats Bayer 8-Bit Bayer 8-Bit
RGBA 32-bit
RGB 24-bit
Yuv422 16-bit
Mono 8-bit
Trigger to Exposure Minimum delay
(Synchronous Exposure Alignment) 2 line time
(10.22 µs) 2 line time
(12.5 µs)
Trigger to Exposure Minimum delay
(Reset Exposure Alignment) 0 µs
Trigger to Exposure Start jitter (best
case with Synchronous Exposure
Alignment)
Max 1 line
(0 to 5.11µs) Max 1 line
(0 to 6.25µs)
Trigger to Exposure Start jitter
(Reset Exposure Alignment) 0 µs
Actual Exposure Time Minimum
(see “exposureTimeActual”
in Sensor Control)
18.8µs (1 line time+13.73 us)
(increment of 5.11µs steps) 19.9µs (1 line time + 13.73 us)
(increment of 6.2µs steps)
Min. Time from End of Exposure to
Start of Next Exposure 10 lines13.73µs
(37.3 µs) 10 lines13.73µs
(48.8 µs)
Horizontal Line Time: 5.11µs 6.2µs
Readout Time (H Line Time) x (lines in frame +23) in μs
Auto-Brightness Yes , with Auto-Exposure and AGC (FPGA Gain or Sensor Gain)
Black offset control Yes (in DN)
Gain Control In-sensor Analog Gain (1.0x to 251x)
Binning Support No
Color Correction Support No Yes
Decimation Support No
Defective Pixel Replacement No
Image Correction no
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Image Flip Support Yes, In-Sensor, Vertical and Horizontal
Multi-ROI Support Yes, In-Sensor, up to 16 ROI (mutually exclusive with in-sensor binning)
On-Board Image Memory 90MB
Output Dynamic Range (dB) 56.7 75.4 dB (in 8-Bit Pixel Format)
SNR (dB) 33.01 39.6 dB (in 8-Bit Pixel Format)
* Limited to the Genie Nano Architecture:
~250MB/sec Sustained into the TurboDrive Engine achieved using 1500 Byte Packet Size
Firmware Files for Model C2450
The latest firmware files for all Nano models are available on the Teledyne DALSA support web site:
http://www.teledynedalsa.com/imaging/support/downloads/firmware/
The firmware files for this model are listed below. The xx denotes the current build number.
C2450
Bayer Output
“Genie_Nano_Sony_IMX25x_3.2M-5.1M-9M-12M _Bayer_STD_Firmware_8CA18.xx.cbf
High Sensitivity Bayer Output
“Genie_Nano_Sony_IMX25x_3.2M-5.1M-9M-12M _Bayer_HSD_Firmware_8CA18.xx.cbf”
RGB Output
“Genie_Nano_Sony_IMX25x_3.2M-5.1M-9M-12M _RGB_Output_Firmware_8CA18.xx.cbf”
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Genie Nano Specifications Nano Series GigE Vision Camera
Spectral Responses
The response curves describe the sensor, excluding lens and light source characteristics.
Models M2450
Models C2450
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Specifications: M4060
Supported Features M4060
Resolution 4112 x 2176
Sensor Sony IMX255 (8.9M)
Pixel Size 3.45 µm x 3.45 µm
Shutter type Full frame electronic global shutter function
Firmware option
(Field programmable) High Sensitivity Design Firmware Standard Design Firmware
Full Well charge; dependent on
Firmware Design Loaded 2750e- (max) 11ke (max)
Sensitivity to Saturation
4x
1x
Max. Internal Frame Rate
Full resolution 56 fps 46 fps
Maximum Sustained Frame Rate
Output (with TurboDrive v1)* 28 fps (8-bit)
Maximum Sustained Frame Rate
Output (without TurboDrive) 13 fps (8-bit)
Pixel Data Formats Mono 8-bit
Trigger to Exposure Minimum delay
(Synchronous Exposure Alignment) 2 line time (15.8µs) 2 line time (19.5µs)
Trigger to Exposure Minimum delay
(Reset Exposure Alignment) 0 µs
Trigger to Exposure Start jitter (best
case with Synchronous Exposure
Alignment)
Max 1 line
0 to 7.89µs Max 1 line
0 to 9.72µs
Trigger to Exposure Start jitter
(Reset Exposure Alignment) 0 µs
Actual Exposure Time Minimum
(see “exposureTimeActual”
in Sensor Control)
22µs (1 line time + 14.26 us)
(increment of 7.89µs steps) 24µs (1 line time + 14.26 us)
(increment of 9.72µs steps)
Min. Time from End of Exposure to
Start of Next Exposure 16 lines 14.26µs
(112µs) 16 lines 14.26µs
(141.3µs)
Horizontal Line Time:
Normal operation
(with In-Sensor Binning enable)
7.89µs
(4.95µs)
9.72µs
(5.27µs)
Readout Time (H Line Time) x (lines in frame +39) in μs
Auto-Brightness Yes , with Auto-Exposure and AGC (FPGA Gain or Sensor Gain)
Black offset control Yes (in DN)
Gain Control In-sensor Analog Gain (1.0x to 251x)
Binning Support Yes, In-sensor 2x2 (averaging)
Yes In-FPGA (summing and average, 2x2, 4x4 )
Decimation Support No
Defective Pixel Replacement Yes , up to 512 pixel position
Image Correction no
Image Flip Support Yes, In-Sensor, Vertical and Horizontal
Multi-ROI Support Yes, In-Sensor, up to 16 ROI (mutually exclusive with in-sensor binning)
On-Board Image Memory 220MB
Output Dynamic Range (dB) 56.43 76.46 dB (in 8-Bit Pixel Format)
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SNR (dB) 33.01 39.38 dB (in 8-Bit Pixel Format)
* Limited to the Genie Nano Architecture:
~250MB/sec Sustained into the TurboDrive Engine achieved using 1500 Byte Packet Size
Firmware Files for Model M4060
The latest firmware files for all Nano models are available on the Teledyne DALSA support web site:
http://www.teledynedalsa.com/imaging/support/downloads/firmware/
The firmware files for this model are listed below. The xx denotes the current build number.
M4060
Standard
“Genie_Nano_Sony_IMX25x_3.2M-5.1M-9M-12M _Mono_STD_Firmware_7CA18.xx.cbf”
High Sensitivity
“Genie_Nano_Sony_IMX25x_3.2M-5.1M-9M-12M_Mono_HSD_Firmware_7CA18.xx.cbf”
Specifications: C4060
Supported Features C4060
Resolution 4112 x 2176
Sensor Sony IMX255 (8.9M)
Pixel Size 3.45 µm x 3.45 µm
Shutter type Full frame electronic global shutter function
Firmware option
(Field programmable) High Sensitivity
Design (Bayer) Standard Design
(Bayer) RGB-Output
Design
Full Well charge; dependent on
Firmware Design Loaded 2750e- (max) 11ke (max)
Sensitivity to Saturation
4x
1x
Max. Internal Frame Rate
Full resolution 56 fps 46 fps
Maximum Sustained Frame Rate
Output (with TurboDrive v1)* 28 fps (8-bit) N/A
Maximum Sustained Frame Rate
Output (without TurboDrive) 13 fps (8-bit)
3.2fps (RGBA)
4.3 fps (RGB)
6.5 fps (Yuv422)
13 fps (mono8)
Pixel Data Formats Bayer 8-Bit Bayer 8-Bit
RGBA 32-bit
RGB 24-bit
Yuv422 16-bit
Mono 8-bit
Trigger to Exposure Minimum delay
(Synchronous Exposure Alignment) 2 line time (15.8µs) 2 line time (19.5µs)
Trigger to Exposure Minimum delay
(Reset Exposure Alignment) 0 µs
Trigger to Exposure Start jitter (best
case with Synchronous Exposure
Alignment)
Max 1 line
0 to 7.89µs Max 1 line
0 to 9.72µs
Trigger to Exposure Start jitter
(Reset Exposure Alignment) 0 µs
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Actual Exposure Time Minimum
(see “exposureTimeActual”
in Sensor Control)
22µs
(1 line time + 14.26 us)
(in 7.89µs steps)
24µs (1 line time + 14.26 us)
(in 9.72µs steps)
Min. Time from End of Exposure to
Start of Next Exposure 16 lines 14.26µs
(112µs) 16 lines 14.26µs
(141.3µs)
Horizontal Line Time:
Normal operation
(with In-Sensor Binning enable)
7.89µs
(4.95µs)
9.72µs
(5.27µs)
Readout Time (H Line Time) x (lines in frame +39) in μs
Auto-Brightness Yes , with Auto-Exposure and AGC (FPGA Gain or Sensor Gain)
Black offset control Yes (in DN)
Gain Control In-sensor Analog Gain (1.0x to 251x)
Binning Support No
Color Correction Support No Yes
Decimation Support No
Defective Pixel Replacement Yes , up to 512 pixel position
Image Correction no
Image Flip Support Yes, In-Sensor, Vertical and Horizontal
Multi-ROI Support Yes, In-Sensor, up to 16 ROI (mutually exclusive with in-sensor binning)
On-Board Image Memory 220MB
Output Dynamic Range (dB) 56.43 76.46 dB (in 8-Bit Pixel Format)
SNR (dB) 33.01 39.38 dB (in 8-Bit Pixel Format)
* Limited to the Genie Nano Architecture:
~250MB/sec Sustained into the TurboDrive Engine achieved using 1500 Byte Packet Size
Firmware Files for Model C4060
The latest firmware files for all Nano models are available on the Teledyne DALSA support web site:
http://www.teledynedalsa.com/imaging/support/downloads/firmware/
The firmware files for this model are listed below. The xx denotes the current build number.
C4060
Bayer Output
“Genie_Nano_Sony_IMX25x_3.2M-5.1M-9M-12M _Bayer_STD_Firmware_8CA18.xx.cbf”
High Sensitivity Bayer Output
“Genie_Nano_Sony_IMX25x_3.2M-5.1M-9M-12M _Bayer_HSD_Firmware_8CA18.xx.cbf
RGB Output
“Genie_Nano_Sony_IMX25x_3.2M-5.1M-9M-12M _RGB_Firmware_8CA18.xx.cbf”
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Specifications: M4040
Supported Features M4040
Resolution 4112 x 3008
Sensor Sony IMX253 (12M)
Pixel Size 3.45 µm x 3.45 µm
Shutter type Full frame electronic global shutter function
Firmware option
(Field programmable) High Sensitivity
Design Standard Design
(Mono)
Full Well charge; dependent on
Firmware Design Loaded 2750e- (max) 11ke (max)
Sensitivity to Saturation 4x 1x
Max. Internal Frame Rate
Full resolution 41 fps 33 fps
Maximum Sustained Frame Rate
Output (with TurboDrive v1) * 21 fps (8-bit)
Maximum Sustained Frame Rate
Output (without TurboDrive) 9.7 fps (8-bit)
Pixel Data Formats Mono 8-bit
Trigger to Exposure Minimum delay
(Synchronous Exposure Alignment) 2 line time (15.8µs) 2 line time (19.5µs)
Trigger to Exposure Minimum delay
(Reset Exposure Alignment) 0 µs
Trigger to Exposure Start jitter (best
case with Synchronous Exposure
Alignment)
Max 1 line
0 to 7.89µs Max 1 line
0 to 9.72µs
Trigger to Exposure Start jitter
(Reset Exposure Alignment) 0 µs
Actual Exposure Time Minimum
(see “exposureTimeActual”
in Sensor Control)
22µs (1 line time + 14.26 us)
(increment of 7.89µs steps) 24µs (1 line time + 14.26 us)
(increment of 9.72µs steps)
Min. Time from End of Exposure to
Start of Next Exposure 16 lines 14.26µs
(112µs) 16 lines 14.26µs
(141.3µs)
Horizontal Line Time:
Normal operation
(with In-Sensor Binning enabled)
7.89µs
(4.95µs)
9.72µs
(5.27µs)
Readout Time (H Line Time) x (lines in frame +39) in μs
Auto-Brightness Yes , with Auto-Exposure and AGC (FPGA Gain or Sensor Gain)
Black offset control Yes (in DN)
Gain Control In-sensor Analog Gain (1.0x to 251x)
Binning Support Yes In-FPGA (summing and average, 2x2, 4x4 )
Yes, In-sensor 2x2 (averaging)
Decimation Support No
Defective Pixel Replacement Yes , up to 512 pixel position
Image Correction no
Image Flip Support Yes, In-Sensor, Vertical and Horizontal
Multi-ROI Support Yes, In-Sensor, up to 16 ROI (mutually exclusive with in-sensor binning)
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On-Board Image Memory 220MB
Output Dynamic Range (dB) 56.43 76.46 dB (in 8-Bit Pixel Format)
SNR (dB) 32.01 39.50 dB (in 8-Bit Pixel Format)
* Limited to the Genie Nano Architecture:
~250MB/sec Sustained into the TurboDrive Engine achieved using 1500 Byte Packet Size
Firmware Files for Model M4040
The latest firmware files for all Nano models are available on the Teledyne DALSA support web site:
http://www.teledynedalsa.com/imaging/support/downloads/firmware/
The firmware files for this model are listed below. The xx denotes the current build number.
M4040
Standard
“Genie_Nano_Sony_IMX25x_3.2M-5.1M-9M-12M _Mono_STD_Firmware_7CA18.xx.cbf”
High Sensitivity
“Genie_Nano_Sony_IMX25x_3.2M-5.1M-9M-12M_Mono_HSD_Firmware_7CA18.xx.cbf”
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Specifications: C4040
Supported Features C4040
Resolution 4112 x 3008
Sensor Sony IMX253 (12M)
Pixel Size 3.45 µm x 3.45 µm
Shutter type Full frame electronic global shutter function
Firmware option
(Field programmable) High Sensitivity Design
(Bayer) Standard Design
(Bayer) RGB-Output
Design
Full Well charge; dependent on
Firmware Design Loaded 2750e- (max) 11ke (max)
Sensitivity to Saturation 4x 1x
Max. Internal Frame Rate
Full resolution 41 fps 33 fps
Maximum Sustained Frame Rate
Output (with TurboDrive v1) * 21 fps (8-bit) N/A
Maximum Sustained Frame Rate
Output (without TurboDrive) 9.7 fps (8-bit)
2.4fps (RGBA)
3.2fps (RGB)
4.3fps (Yuv422)
9.7fps (mono8)
Pixel Data Formats Bayer 8-bit Bayer 8-Bit
RGBA 32-bit
RGB 24-bit
Yuv422 16-bit
Mono 8-bit
Trigger to Exposure Minimum delay
(Synchronous Exposure Alignment) 2 line time (15.8µs) 2 line time (19.5µs)
Trigger to Exposure Minimum delay
(Reset Exposure Alignment) 0 µs
Trigger to Exposure Start jitter (best
case with Synchronous Exposure
Alignment)
Max 1 line
0 to 7.89µs Max 1 line
0 to 9.72µs
Trigger to Exposure Start jitter
(Reset Exposure Alignment) 0 µs
Actual Exposure Time Minimum
(see “exposureTimeActual”
in Sensor Control)
22µs
(1 line time + 14.26 us)
(increment of 7.89µs
steps)
24µs (1 line time + 14.26 us)
(increment of 9.72µs steps)
Min. Time from End of Exposure to
Start of Next Exposure 16 lines 14.26µs
(112µs) 16 lines 14.26µs
(141.3µs)
Horizontal Line Time:
Normal operation
(with In-Sensor Binning enable)
7.89µs
(4.95µs)
9.72µs
(5.27µs)
Readout Time (H Line Time) x (lines in frame +39) in μs
Auto-Brightness Yes , with Auto-Exposure and AGC (FPGA Gain or Sensor Gain)
Black offset control Yes (in DN)
Gain Control In-sensor Analog Gain (1.0x to 251x)
Binning Support No
Color Correction Support No Yes
Decimation Support No
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Defective Pixel Replacement Yes , up to 512 pixel position
Image Correction no
Image Flip Support Yes, In-Sensor, Vertical and Horizontal
Multi-ROI Support Yes, In-Sensor, up to 16 ROI (mutually exclusive with in-sensor binning)
On-Board Image Memory 220MB
Output Dynamic Range (dB) 56.43 76.46 dB (in 8-Bit Pixel Format)
SNR (dB) 32.01 39.50 dB (in 8-Bit Pixel Format)
* Limited to the Genie Nano Architecture:
~250MB/sec Sustained into the TurboDrive Engine achieved using 1500 Byte Packet Size
Firmware Files for Model C4040
The latest firmware files for all Nano models are available on the Teledyne DALSA support web site:
http://www.teledynedalsa.com/imaging/support/downloads/firmware/
The firmware files for this model are listed below. The xx denotes the current build number.
C4040
Bayer Output
“Genie_Nano_Sony_IMX25x_3.2M-5.1M-9M-12M _Bayer_STD_Firmware_8CA18.xx.cbf”
High Sensitivity Bayer Output
“Genie_Nano_Sony_IMX25x_3.2M-5.1M-9M-12M _Bayer_HSD_Firmware_8CA18.xx.cbf”
RGB Output
“Genie_Nano_Sony_IMX25x_3.2M-5.1M-9M-12M _RGB_Firmware_8CA18.xx.cbf”
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Spectral Responses 4060 & 4040
The response curves describe the sensor, excluding lens and light source characteristics.
Models M4060, M4040
Models C4060, C4040
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Specifications: M4030, C4030
Supported Features M4030 C4030
Resolution 4112 x 2176
Sensor Sony IMX267 (8.9M)
Pixel Size 3.45 µm x 3.45 µm
Shutter type Full frame electronic global shutter function
Full Well charge 11ke (max)
Firmware option
(Field programmable) Standard Design
Monochrome Standard Design
Bayer RGB-Output
Design
Max. Internal Frame Rate
Full resolution 30.1 fps
Maximum Sustained Frame Rate
Output (with TurboDrive v1) * 29.6 fps (8-bit)
14.8 fps (12-bit) N/A
Maximum Sustained Frame Rate
Output (without TurboDrive) 13 fps (8-bit)
6.5 fps (12-bit)
3 fps (RGBA)
5 fps (RGB)
6.5 fps (Yuv422)
13 fps (mono8)
Pixel Data Formats Mono 8-bit
Mono 12-bit Bayer 8-Bit
Bayer 12-Bit
RGBA 32-bit
RGB 24-bit
Yuv422 16-bit
Mono 8-bit
Trigger to Exposure Minimum delay
(Synchronous Exposure Alignment) 2 line time (30 µs) 2 line time
(44.84 µs)
Trigger to Exposure Minimum delay
(Reset Exposure Alignment) 0 µs
Trigger to Exposure Start jitter
(best case with Synchronous
Exposure Alignment)
Up to 1 line time
0 to 15 µs Up to 1 line time
0 to 22.42 µs
Trigger to Exposure Start jitter
(Reset Exposure Alignment) 0 µs
Exposure Time Minimum
(see “exposureTimeActual” in
Sensor Control) 29.26 µs (1 line time + 14.26 us)
(increment steps of 15µs)
36.68 µs
(1 line time + 14.26 us)
(increment steps of
22.42 µs)
Min. Time from End of Exposure to
Start of Next Exposure 10 lines (150 µs) 10 lines
(224.2 µs)
Horizontal Line Time: 15µs 22.42 µs
Readout Time (Horizontal Line Time) x (lines in frame +19) in μs
Auto-Brightness Yes , with Auto-Exposure and AGC (FPGA Gain or Sensor Gain)
Black offset control Yes (in DN)
Gain Control In-sensor Gain (1.0x to 251x)
In-FPGA Digital Gain (1x to 4x) in 0.007x step
Binning Support Yes In-FPGA
(summing and average)
2x2, 4x4 No
Color Correction Support No Yes
Decimation Support No
Defective Pixel Replacement Yes, up to 512 positions
Image Correction No
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Image Flip Support Yes, In-Sensor, Vertical and Horizontal
Multi-ROI Support Yes, in FPGA, up to 16 ROI (mutually exclusive with binning)
On-Board Image Memory 220MB
Output Dynamic Range (dB) 76.4 dB (in 12-Bit Pixel Format)
SNR (dB) 39.6 dB (in 12-Bit Pixel Format)
* Limited to the Genie Nano Architecture:
~250MB/sec Sustained into the TurboDrive Engine achieved using 1500 Byte Packet Size
Specifications: M4020, C4020
Supported Features M4020 C4020
Resolution 4112 x 3008
Sensor Sony IMX304 (12M)
Pixel Size 3.45 µm x 3.45 µm
Shutter type Full frame electronic global shutter function
Full Well charge 11ke (max)
Firmware option
(Field programmable) Standard Design
Monochrome Standard Design
Bayer RGB-Output
Design
Max. Internal Frame Rate
Full resolution 21.9 fps
Maximum Sustained Frame Rate
Output (with TurboDrive v1) * 21.4 fps (8-bit)
10.7 fps (12-bit) N/A
Maximum Sustained Frame Rate
Output (without TurboDrive) 9.5 fps (8-bit)
4.5 fps (12-bit)
2.2 fps (RGBA)
3.4 fps (RGB)
4.5 fps (Yuv422)
9 fps (mono8)
Pixel Data Formats Mono 8-bit
Mono 12-bit Bayer 8-Bit
Bayer 12-Bit
RGBA 32-bit
RGB 24-bit
Yuv422 16-bit
Mono 8-bit
Trigger to Exposure Minimum delay
(Synchronous Exposure Alignment) 2 line time (30 µs) 2 line time
(44.84 µs)
Trigger to Exposure Minimum delay
(Reset Exposure Alignment) 0 µs
Trigger to Exposure Start jitter
(best case with Synchronous
Exposure Alignment)
Up to 1 line time
0 to 15 µs Up to 1 line time
0 to 22.42 µs
Trigger to Exposure Start jitter
(Reset Exposure Alignment) 0 µs
Exposure Time Minimum
(see “exposureTimeActual” in
Sensor Control) 29.26 µs (1 line time + 14.26 us)
(increment steps of 15µs)
36.68 µs
(1 line time + 14.26 us)
(increment steps of
22.42 µs)
Min. Time from End of Exposure to
Start of Next Exposure 10 lines (150 µs) 10 lines
(224.2 µs)
Horizontal Line Time: 15µs 22.42 µs
Readout Time (Horizontal Line Time) x (lines in frame +19) in μs
Auto-Brightness Yes , with Auto-Exposure and AGC (FPGA Gain or Sensor Gain)
Black offset control Yes (in DN)
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Gain Control In-sensor Gain (1.0x to 251x)
In-FPGA Digital Gain (1x to 4x) in 0.007x step
Binning Support Yes In-FPGA
(summing and average)
2x2, 4x4 No
Color Correction Support No Yes
Decimation Support No
Defective Pixel Replacement Yes, up to 512 positions
Image Correction No
Image Flip Support Yes, In-Sensor, Vertical and Horizontal
Multi-ROI Support Yes, in FPGA, up to 16 ROI (mutually exclusive with binning)
On-Board Image Memory 220MB
Output Dynamic Range (dB) 76.4 dB
SNR (dB) 39.6 dB
* Limited to the Genie Nano Architecture:
~250MB/sec Sustained into the TurboDrive Engine achieved using 1500 Byte Packet Size
Firmware Files for Model 4030 & 4020
The latest firmware files for all Nano models are available on the Teledyne DALSA support web site:
http://www.teledynedalsa.com/imaging/support/downloads/firmware/
The firmware files for these models are listed below. The xx denotes the current build number.
M4020 & M4030
Standard
“Genie_Nano_Sony_IMX267-304_9M-12M_Mono_STD_Firmware_ECA18.xx.cbf”
C4020 & C4030
Bayer Output
“Genie_Nano_Sony_IMX267-304_9M-12M_Bayer_STD_Firmware_FCA18.xx.cbf”
RGB Output
“Genie_Nano_Sony_IMX267-304_9M-12M_RGB_Output_Firmware_FCA18.xx.cbf”
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Spectral Response
The response curves describe the sensor, excluding lens and light source characteristics.
Models M4030, M4020
Models C4030, C4020
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Specifications: M640, M640-NIR, C640
Supported Features M640, M640-NIR C640
Resolution 672 x 512
Sensor OnSemi Python300 P1 (0.3M)
Pixel Size 4.8 µm x 4.8 µm
Shutter type Full frame electronic global shutter function
Full Well charge 10ke (max)
Firmware option
(Field programmable) Standard Design
Monochrome Standard Design
Bayer RGB-Output
Design
Max. Internal Frame Rate 862 fps at 640 x 480 (Fast Readout Enable)
603 fps at 640 x 480 (Normal Readout Enable)
Maximum Sustained Frame Rate
Output (with TurboDrive v1) 720 fps (8-bit)
360 fps (10-bit) N/A
Maximum Sustained Frame Rate
Output (without TurboDrive) 345 fps (8-bit)
172 fps (10-bit)
86 fps (RGBA)
115 fps (RGB)
172 fps (Yuv422)
345 fps (8-bit mono)
Pixel Data Formats Mono 8-bit
Mono 10-bit Bayer 8-Bit
Bayer 10-Bit
RGBA 32-bit
RGB 24-bit
Yuv422 16-bit
Mono 8-bit
Trigger to Exposure Minimum delay
(Synchronous Exposure Alignment)
4 µs if exposureAlignment = Synchronous With No Overlap
between the new exposure and the previous readout
26.2 µs if exposureAlignment = Synchronous With Overlap
between the new exposure and the previous readout
Trigger to Exposure Minimum delay
(Reset Exposure Alignment) 4 µs
Trigger to Exposure Start jitter (best
case with Synchronous Exposure
Alignment) Up to 1 line time
Trigger to Exposure Start jitter
(Reset Exposure Alignment) * 0 µs
Exposure Time Minimum
(see “exposureTimeActual” in Sensor
Control)
34 µs
(increment steps of 1µs)
Min. Time from End of Exposure to
Start of Next Exposure (second
frame)
19 µs Normal Readout
18 µs Fast Readout
Horizontal Line Time: 3.3 µs Normal Readout
2.28 µs Fast Readout
Readout Time
1602 µs Normal Readout for 640 x 480
Add 75µs when overlapping Exposure and Readout
1107 µs Fast Readout for 640 x 480
Add 62µs when overlapping Exposure and Readout
Specifically: ( Horizontal line time at current resolution * number of lines ) + (3 *
( line time of the 1280 model ))
Auto-Brightness Yes , with Auto-Exposure and AGC (FPGA Gain)
Black offset control Yes (in DN)
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Gain Control In-sensor Analog Gain (1.0x to 8x) in 11 gain steps
(1.0, 1.14, 1.33, 1.6, 2.0, 2.29, 2.67, 3.2, 4.0, 5.33, 8.0)
In-sensor Digital Gain (1x to 32x) in 0.01x steps
In-FPGA Digital Gain (1x to 4x) in 0.007x steps
Binning Support Yes In-FPGA
(summing and average,
2x2, 4x4 )
Yes In- Sensor
(averaging 2x2)
No
Color Correction Support No Yes
Decimation Support No
Defective Pixel Replacement Yes, up to 512 positions
Image Correction Yes, Sensor FPN correction feature
Image Flip Support Yes, In-Sensor, Vertical Only
Multi-ROI Support Yes, in Sensor, up to 16 ROI (mutually exclusive with binning)
On-Board Image Memory 90MB
Output Dynamic Range (dB) 61.56 dB (in 10-Bit Pixel Format)
SNR (dB) 39.8 dB (in 10-Bit Pixel Format)
* Note: The actual internal minimum exposure may be different than what is programmed. Use the feature exposureTimeActual” from the
Sensor Control category to read back the actual sensor exposure. The exposure start sensor event is delayed 4 µs from the actual start.
Specifications: M800, M800-NIR, C800
Supported Features M800, M800-NIR C800
Resolution 832 x 632
Sensor OnSemi Python500 P1 (0.5M)
Pixel Size 4.8 µm x 4.8 µm
Shutter type Full frame electronic global shutter function
Full Well charge 10ke (max)
Firmware option
(Field programmable) Standard Design
Monochrome Standard Design
Bayer RGB-Output
Design
Max. Internal Frame Rate 566 fps at 800 x 600 (Fast Readout Enable)
419 fps at 800 x 600 (Normal Readout Enable)
Maximum Sustained Frame Rate
Output (with TurboDrive v1) 461 fps (8-bit)
230 fps (10-bit) N/A
Maximum Sustained Frame Rate
Output (without TurboDrive) 221 fps (8-bit)
110 fps (10-bit)
55 fps (RGBA)
73 fps (RGB)
110 fps (Yuv422)
221 fps (8-bit mono)
Pixel Data Formats Mono 8-bit
Mono 10-bit Bayer 8-Bit
Bayer 10-Bit
RGBA 32-bit
RGB 24-bit
Yuv422 16-bit
Mono 8-bit
Trigger to Exposure Minimum delay
(Synchronous Exposure Alignment)
4 µs if exposureAlignment = Synchronous With No Overlap
between the new exposure and the previous readout
26.2 µs if exposureAlignment = Synchronous With Overlap
between the new exposure and the previous readout
Trigger to Exposure Minimum delay
(Reset Exposure Alignment) 4 µs
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Trigger to Exposure Start jitter (best
case with Synchronous Exposure
Alignment) Up to 1 line time
Trigger to Exposure Start jitter
(Reset Exposure Alignment) * 0 µs
Exposure Time Minimum
(see “exposureTimeActual” in Sensor
Control)
34 µs
(increment steps of 1µs)
Min. Time from End of Exposure to
Start of Next Exposure 19 µs Normal Readout
18 µs Fast Readout
Horizontal Line Time: 3.86 µs Normal Readout
2.83µs Fast Readout
Readout Time
2332 µs Normal Readout for 800 x 600
Add 75µs when overlapping Exposure and Readout
1713 µs Fast Readout for 800 x 600
Add 62µs when overlapping Exposure and Readout
Specifically: ( Horizontal line time at current resolution * number of lines ) + (3 *
( line time of the 1280 model ))
Auto-Brightness Yes , with Auto-Exposure and AGC (FPGA Gain)
Black offset control Yes (in DN)
Gain Control In-sensor Analog Gain (1.0x to 8x) in 11 gain steps
(1.0, 1.14, 1.33, 1.6, 2.0, 2.29, 2.67, 3.2, 4.0, 5.33, 8.0)
In-sensor Digital Gain (1x to 32x) in 0.01x steps
In-FPGA Digital Gain (1x to 4x) in 0.007x steps
Binning Support Yes In-FPGA
(summing and average,
2x2, 4x4 )
Yes In- Sensor
(averaging 2x2)
No
Color Correction Support No Yes
Decimation Support No
Defective Pixel Replacement Yes, up to 512 positions
Image Correction Yes, Sensor FPN correction feature
Image Flip Support Yes, In-Sensor, Vertical Only
Multi-ROI Support Yes, in Sensor, up to 16 ROI (mutually exclusive with binning)
On-Board Image Memory 90MB
Output Dynamic Range (dB) 62.1 dB (in 10-Bit Pixel Format)
SNR (dB) 38.8 dB (in 10-Bit Pixel Format)
* Note: The actual internal minimum exposure may be different than what is programmed. Use the feature
“exposureTimeActual” from the Sensor Control category to read back the actual sensor exposure. The exposure start sensor
event is delayed 4 µs from the actual start.
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Firmware Files for Models 640, 800
The latest firmware files for all Nano models are available on the Teledyne DALSA support web site:
http://www.teledynedalsa.com/imaging/support/downloads/firmware/. The firmware files for these
models are listed below. The xx denotes the current build number.
M640, M800
Standard
“Genie_Nano_OnSemi_Python_0.3M-0.5M-1.3M-2M-5M_Mono_STD_Firmware_5CA18.xx.cbf”
C640, C800
Bayer Output
“Genie_Nano_OnSemi_Python_0.3M-0.5M-1.3M-2M-5M_Bayer_STD_Firmware_6CA18.xx.cbf”
RGB Output
“Genie_Nano_OnSemi_Python_0.3M-0.5M-1.3M-2M-5M_RGB_Output_Firmware_6CA18.xx.cbf”
Specifications: M1240, C1240
Supported Features Nano-M1240 Nano-C1240
Resolution 1280 x 1024
Sensor OnSemi Python1300 P3 (1.3M)
Pixel Size 4.8 µm x 4.8 µm
Shutter type Full frame electronic global shutter function
Full Well charge 10ke (max)
Firmware option
(Field programmable) Standard Design
Monochrome Standard Design
Bayer RGB-Output
Design
Max. Internal Frame Rate
Full Resolution (1280 x 1024) 87 fps (Normal Readout Enable)
Maximum Sustained Frame Rate
Output (with TurboDrive v1) 87 fps (8-bit)
87 fps (10-bit) N/A
Maximum Sustained Frame Rate
Output (without TurboDrive) 87 fps (8-bit)
45 fps (10-bit)
22 fps (RGBA)
33 fps (RGB)
45 fps (Yuv422)
87 fps (mono-8)
Pixel Data Formats Mono 8-bit
Mono 10-bit Bayer 8-Bit
Bayer 10-Bit
RGBA 32-bit
RGB 24-bit
Yuv422 16-bit
Mono 8-bit
Trigger to Exposure Minimum delay
(Synchronous Exposure Alignment)
6 µs if exposureAlignment = Synchronous With No Overlap
between the new exposure and the previous readout
65 µs if exposureAlignment = Synchronous With Overlap
between the new exposure and the previous readout
Trigger to Exposure Minimum delay
(Reset Exposure Alignment) 6 µs
Trigger to Exposure Start jitter
(best case with Synchronous
Up to 1 line time
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Exposure Alignment)
Trigger to Exposure Start jitter
(Reset Exposure Alignment) * 0 µs
Actual Exposure Time Minimum
(see “exposureTimeActual” feature)* 34 µs
(increment steps of 1µs)
Min. Time from End of Exposure to
Start of Next Exposure
(second frame) 165 µs – Normal Readout
Horizontal Line Time: 11.07 µs Normal Readout
Readout Time
11351 µs Normal Readout for 1280 x 1024
Add 150 µs when overlapping Exposure and Readout
Detailed formula : ( Horizontal line time at current resolution * number of lines ) +
(3 * ( line time of the 1280 model ))
Auto-Brightness Yes , with Auto-Exposure and AGC (FPGA Gain)
Black offset control Yes (in DN)
Gain Control In-sensor Analog Gain (1.0x to 8x) in 11 gain step
(1.0, 1.14, 1.33, 1.6, 2.0, 2.29, 2.67, 3.2, 4.0, 5.33, 8.0)
In-sensor Digital Gain (1x to 32x) in 0.01x step
In-FPGA Digital Gain (1x to 4x) in 0.007x step
Binning Support Yes In-FPGA
(summing and average,
2x2, 4x4 )
Yes In- Sensor
(averaging 2x2)
No
Color Correction Support No Yes
Decimation Support No
Defective Pixel Replacement Yes, up to 512 positions
Image Correction Yes, Sensor FPN correction feature
Image Flip Support Yes In-SensorVertical Only
Multi-ROI Support Yes in Sensor, up to 16 ROI (mutually exclusive with binning)
On-Board Image Memory 90MB
Output Dynamic Range (dB) 61.8 dB (in 10-Bit Pixel Format)
SNR (dB) 39.7 dB (in 10-Bit Pixel Format)
* Note: The actual internal minimum exposure may be different than what is programmed. Use the feature exposureTimeActual” from the
Sensor Control category to read back the actual sensor exposure. The exposure start sensor event is delayed 4 µs from the actual start.
Firmware Files for Models 1240
M1240
Standard
Genie_Nano_OnSemi_Python_P3_1.3M_Mono_STD_Firmware_12CA18.x.cbf
C1240
Standard
Genie_Nano_OnSemi_Python_P3_1.3M_Bayer_STD_Firmware_13CA18.x.cbf
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Specifications: M1280, M1280-NIR, C1280
Supported Features M1280, M1280-NIR C1280
Resolution 1280 x 1024
Sensor OnSemi Python1300 P1 (1.3M)
Pixel Size 4.8 µm x 4.8 µm
Shutter type Full frame electronic global shutter function
Full Well charge 10ke (max)
Firmware option
(Field programmable) Standard Design
Monochrome Standard Design
Bayer RGB-Output
Design
Max. Internal Frame Rate
Full Resolution (1280 x 1024) 213 fps (Fast Readout Enable)
174 fps (Normal Readout Enable)
Maximum Sustained Frame Rate
Output (with TurboDrive v1) 184 fps (8-bit)
92 fps (10-bit) N/A
Maximum Sustained Frame Rate
Output (without TurboDrive) 88 fps (8-bit)
44 fps (10-bit)
22 fps (RGBA)
33 fps (RGB)
44 fps (Yuv422)
88 fps (8-bit mono)
Pixel Data Formats Mono 8-bit
Mono 10-bit Bayer 8-Bit
Bayer 10-Bit
RGBA 32-bit
RGB 24-bit
Yuv422 16-bit
Mono 8-bit
Trigger to Exposure Minimum delay
(Synchronous Exposure Alignment)
4 µs if exposureAlignment = Synchronous With No Overlap
between the new exposure and the previous readout
26.2 µs if exposureAlignment = Synchronous With Overlap
between the new exposure and the previous readout
Trigger to Exposure Minimum delay
(Reset Exposure Alignment) 4 µs
Trigger to Exposure Start jitter (best
case with Synchronous Exposure
Alignment)
Up to 1 line time
Trigger to Exposure Start jitter
(Reset Exposure Alignment) * 0 µs
Exposure Time Minimum
(see “exposureTimeActual” in Sensor
Control)
34 µs
(increment steps of 1µs)
Min. Time from End of Exposure to
Start of Next Exposure (second
frame)
19 µs Normal Readout
18 µs Fast Readout
Horizontal Line Time: 5.53 µs Normal Readout
4.5 µs Fast Readout
Readout Time
5676 µs Normal Readout for 1280 x 1024
Add 75µs when overlapping Exposure and Readout
4621 µs Fast Readout for 1280 x 1024
Add 62µs when overlapping Exposure and Readout
Specifically: ( Horizontal line time at current resolution * number of lines ) + (3 *
( line time of the 1280 model ))
Auto-Brightness Yes , with Auto-Exposure and AGC (FPGA Gain)
Black offset control Yes (in DN)
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Gain Control In-sensor Analog Gain (1.0x to 8x) in 11 gain steps
(1.0, 1.14, 1.33, 1.6, 2.0, 2.29, 2.67, 3.2, 4.0, 5.33, 8.0)
In-sensor Digital Gain (1x to 32x) in 0.01x steps
In-FPGA Digital Gain (1x to 4x) in 0.007x steps
Binning Support Yes In-FPGA
(summing and average,
2x2, 4x4 )
Yes In- Sensor
(averaging 2x2)
No
Color Correction Support No Yes
Decimation Support No
Defective Pixel Replacement Yes, up to 512 positions
Image Correction Yes, Sensor FPN correction feature
Image Flip Support Yes, In-Sensor, Vertical Only
Multi-ROI Support Yes, in Sensor, up to 16 ROI (mutually exclusive with binning)
On-Board Image Memory 90MB
Output Dynamic Range (dB) 61.8 dB (in 10-Bit Pixel Format)
SNR (dB) 39.7 dB (in 10-Bit Pixel Format)
* Note: The actual internal minimum exposure may be different than what is programmed. Use the feature
“exposureTimeActual” from the Sensor Control category to read back the actual sensor exposure. The exposure start sensor
event is delayed 4 µs from the actual start.
Specifications: M1930, M1930-NIR, C1930
Supported Features M1930, M1930-NIR Nano-C1930
Resolution 1984 x 1264
Sensor OnSemi Python2000 P1 (2.3M)
Pixel Size 4.8 µm x 4.8 µm
Shutter type Full frame electronic global shutter function
Full Well charge 10ke (max)
Firmware option
(Field programmable) Standard Design
Monochrome Standard Design
Bayer RGB-Output
Design
Max. Internal Frame Rate
Full Resolution (1984 x 1264) 107 fps (Fast Readout Enable)
84.5 fps (Normal Readout Enable)
Maximum Sustained Frame Rate
Output (with TurboDrive v1) 107 fps (8-bit)
52 fps (10-bit) N/A
Maximum Sustained Frame Rate
Output (without TurboDrive) 46 fps (8-bit)
23 fps (10-bit)
12 fps (RGBA)
16 fps (RGB)
23 fps (Yuv422)
46 fps (8-bit mono)
Pixel Data Formats Mono 8-bit
Mono 10-bit Bayer 8-Bit
Bayer 10-Bit
RGBA 32-bit
RGB 24-bit
Yuv422 16-bit
Mono 8-bit
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Genie Nano Specifications Nano Series GigE Vision Camera
Trigger to Exposure Minimum delay
(Synchronous Exposure Alignment)
8 µs if exposureAlignment = Synchronous With No Overlap
between the new exposure and the previous readout
26.2 µs if exposureAlignment = Synchronous With Overlap
between the new exposure and the previous readout
Trigger to Exposure Minimum delay
(Reset Exposure Alignment) 3 µs
Trigger to Exposure Start jitter (best
case with Synchronous Exposure
Alignment) Up to 1 line time
Trigger to Exposure Start jitter
(Reset Exposure Alignment) * 0 µs
Exposure Time Minimum
(see “exposureTimeActual” in Sensor
Control)
87 µs
(increment steps of 1µs)
Min. Time from End of Exposure to
Start of Next Exposure (second
frame)
49 µs Normal Readout
47 µs Fast Readout
Horizontal Line Time: 9 µs Normal Readout
7 µs Fast Readout
Readout Time
10831 µs Normal Readout