Teledyne launches new industrial digital camera series

By on 22 April, 2020

Teledyne Lumenera’s new Lt Series USB Board Level cameras. Image provided.

Teledyne Lumenera has announced its new series of Lt Series Board Level USB3 digital cameras for industrial applications. 

The new camera series leverages the latest rolling shutter Starvis CMOS sensors and global shutter Pregius MOS sensors from Sony, according to the firm.

Designed for embedded systems, the new series ranges in resolution from 2-20 megapixels.

“The compact design of the new Lt Series Board Level cameras allows for easy integration into imaging systems with small form factors, making them ideal for portable or handheld devices, and compact OEM system designs,” said Ghislain Beaupré, General Manager at Teledyne Lumenera.

The new series of cameras are high sensitivity, with pixel sizes from 2 μm to 3.45 μm, side mounted USB connections with OEM applications in mind, and is USB3 Vision compliant with Windows and Linux SDKs.

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