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Genie NANO XL Mono series

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Genie NANO. New benchmark in Gig E vision cameras. Small size; big functionality; reasonable cost

Compact GigE Vision with very high 16/25 MP resolution, no image quality loss and at a lower cost
Very high resolution, affordability and ease-of-use, the Genie Nano XL is specifically engineered for industrial imaging applications that require improved network integration. More affordable than the older CCD sensors, these CMOS-sensor digital cameras provide substantial savings for comparable resolutions.

Using standard gigabit ethernet technology, which supports cable lengths of up to 100 metres, Teledyne DALSA’s “Burst Acquisition” and “Turbo Drive” features enable image capture rates of 30 fps in the 16 Mpixels resolution (XL-M4090 model) or 20 fps in 25 Mpixels resolution (XL-5100 model) while maintaining very good, and uncompressed, image quality. (The inclusion of Teledyne DALSA's proprietary TurboDrive (see below) technology means that a higher frame rate can be achieved at full resolution.) The Trigger-to-Image-Reliability framework controls and monitors the entire process from trigger through image capture and transfer to host memory; and helps protect from data loss. The inclusion of Trigger-to-image reliability framework (T2IR) as standard, provides full system monitoring, control and diagnostics while developing and servicing. T2IR is a series of hardware and software features that work together to improve the reliability of an inspection system (see summary video below).

Small, rugged and built for endurance and reliability, the Genie NANO's TurboDrive gives it the ability to ease through the GigE bottleneck without compromising image quality and without making any hardware or software changes to a network or to an application. And, despite its small size, the Nano XL brings greater capability than any other camera currently in the same class and at a lower cost.

Key features

• Compelling price point
• Uses standard PC Ethernet port & hardware
• Supports cable lengths up to 100 m (CAT-5e or CAT-6)
• Simplified set-up with Sapera Essential software featuring
• Engineered to accommodate harsh, industrial environment
• Fits tight spaces; light weight and compact
• Trigger-to-image reliability (T2IR) - system-level track-and-trace

TurboDrive-enhanced - up to almost 2x faster transmission
• Multi ROI windows (up to 32)
• Binning
• In-camera accumulation count
• Versatile I/O - 2 inputs + 2 opto-coupled outputs
• Robust, all-metal body. Higher operating temperatures
• Metadata support
• High speed, low noise and global shutters
• GigE Vision
• Wider, deeper feature set
• Burst acquisition
• Multi-exposure feature
• Global electronic shutter with exposure control
• IEEE1588 (Precise Time Protocol) support

Typical applications

• Aerial surveillance

• Industrial metrology
• Machine Vision inspections • Pick-and-place • Motion monitoring
• Intelligent traffic systems

Benefits of Trigger-to-image-reliability
Genie Nano family, a GigE vision CMOS area scan camera series - VGA - 25MP


Nano XL M4090
Nano XL M5100
4096 x 4096
5120 x 5120
CMOS On-semi Python 16 MP
CMOS On-semi Python 25 MP
Frame rate
30 fps
20 fps
Pixel size
4.5 µm x 4.5 µm

Specs common to both models
Data output transfer
Gigabit Ethernet (1000 Mbit/s) only   Exposure Control Automatic, Programmable, or via External Trigger
Image Buffer
500 MB on-board memory   Size - no lens adapter or connectors
30 mm x 59 mm x 59 mm
Lens Mount M42 mount   Mass ~163 g
Power supply 10 to 36V or Power Over Ethernet (POE)   Operating temperature -20 to +60ºC (housing temperature)
Genie NANO XL 4090 data sheet
Genie NANO XL 5100 data sheet
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