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Genie HM1024
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The Genie HM1024 offers unprecedented high speed image acquisition with uncompromised signal-to-noise ratio. DALSA's proprietary sensor technology allows for image capture rates of 117 fps in XGA resolution while maintaining exceptional image quality. The Genie HM1024's gigabit Ethernet interface takes full advantage of this Genie's high frame rate by transmitting data over standard CAT-5e and CAT-6 cables to distances of up to 100m. Like all Genie cameras, the HM1024 is based on the AIA (Automated Imaging Association) GigE Vision Standard to directly link the camera to a PC.

Available in monochrome only the Genie HM1024 offers a very cost effective high-speed solution for industrial and commercial applications. This camera is packaged in a compact rugged housing with C-mount or CS-mount. It has many advanced features including 2 opto-iso inputs and 2 opto-iso outputs; trigger; strobe; automatic gain and exposure and many programmable controls.

The Genie HM cameras are supported by DALSA's Sapera Essential software and its Genie Framework package for fast and simple camera set-up - from initial set-up to grabbing images in minutes. Moreover, Genie Framework employs DALSA's advanced Trigger-to-Image Reliability engineering, significantly accelerating application development and deployment time by providing developers with a 360° degree view of the entire acquisition process.

Model CR-GEN0-H102x
1024 x 768
Sensor 1/1.8" CCD
Data Rate
92 MHz
Max. Line/Frame Rate
117 fps
Pixel Size
7.4µm x 7.4µm
Video Output
GigE Vision
44 x 29 x 67 mm³
Weight 115g

DALSA Genie HM1024 Datasheet




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