1280 x 1024
Progressive scan CMOS
Effective Sensor Diagonal
Pixel Size (H x V)
4.8 μm x 4.8 μm
88 fps (at fast sensor readout mode)
81fps (at normal )
Mono / Color
Image Data Interface
Fast Ethernet (100 Mbit/s)
Gigabit Ethernet (1000 Mbit/s)
Via hardware trigger
Via software trigger
Via free run
Exposure Time Control
Via hardware trigger
Programmable via the camera API
Camera Power Requirements
Power over Ethernet (PoE) 802.3af compliant supplied via Ethernet connector
12–24 VDC supplied via I/O connector
≈3.1 W (typical), ≈3.3 W (max.) when using Power over Ethernet
≈2.7 W (typical), ≈2.9 W (max.) @ 12–24 VDC when supplied via I/O connector
Size (L x W x H)
42.0 mm x 29 mm x 29 mm (without lens mount or connectors)
60.3 mm x 29 mm x 29 mm (with lens mount and connectors)
CE (includes RoHS), UL Listed, FCC, GenICam, GigE Vision, IP30, IEEE 802.3af (PoE), REACH
The EU Declaration of Conformity is available on the website.
(version 4.0 or higher)
Available for Windows, Linux x86, Linux ARM, and OS X
(yellow cable): For use with the of your camera. Also provides camera power. To avoid interferences due to crosstalk, the opto-coupled I/O lines are not connected.
(blue cable): For use with the of your camera. To avoid interferences due to crosstalk, the GPIO lines are not connected. Does not provide camera power. Therefore, when using this cable, you must provide power via Power over Ethernet (PoE).
(yellow-blue cable): Allows you to use the and the simultaneously without interferences due to crosstalk. There are two separate wires to split both I/O types. Also provides camera power.
(gray cable): For use with the of your camera. Unlike the opto-I/O cable (blue cable, see above), this cable allows you to provide camera power. However, because all lines are connected, crosstalk between the GPIO lines and the opto-coupled I/O lines may occur.
(gray cable): For use with the of Basler cameras connected to a programmable logic controller (). It adapts the signal level for zero voltage from PLC level (<8.4 VDC) to TTL level (<1.4 VDC).
Dual power supply can damage the camera.
|1||-||12–24 VDC Camera Power|
|2||Line 1||Opto-coupled I/O input line|
|3||Line 3||General purpose I/O (GPIO) line|
|4||Line 2||Opto-coupled I/O output line|
|5||-||Ground for opto-coupled I/O lines|
|6||-||Ground for camera power and GPIO lines|