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Basler Camera Light Flood-255x45x#

The Basler Camera Light Flood-255x45x with an integrated controller is available with red, white, or blue LEDs.

Basler Camera Light Flood-255x45W

Key Features#

  • Operation via pylon software
  • Fully automatic synchronization between camera and light
  • Preconfigured hardware components
  • Various sizes and LED colors

General Specifications#

Basler Camera Light Flood-255x45-Red Basler Camera Light Flood-255x45-White Basler Camera Light Flood-255x45-Blue
Order Number 2200000657 2200000658 2200000659
Model Name BCF-255X45R BCF-255X45W BCF-255X45B
LED Color Red White Blue
Peak Wavelength
625 nm 5500 K 465 nm
Power Consumption 14 W 14 W 14 W
Input Voltage 24 VDC (±10 %) 24 VDC (±10 %) 24 VDC (±10 %)

Controller Specifications#

Connectors Controller: Würth Elektronik WR-TBL series [691382010006]
Terminal Block Connector: Würth Elektronik WR-TBL series [691381000006]
Power Consumption Controller part: 4 W max.
Power output to camera: 24 W max. (depending on the camera used)
Drive Method Constant voltage
Intensity Control
Pulse-width modulation (PWM) control
Pulse-Width Modulation
100 kHz
Cable Length Light cable: 500 mm
Camera cable: 3 m max.
Housing Material Aluminum alloy, Resin

Floodlight Dimensions#

Floodlight Dimensions 255x45x

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Environmental Requirements#

Temperature During Operation 0–40 °C (32–104 °F)
(Light intensity may vary due to changes in ambient temperature.)
Humidity During Operation 20–85 % (non-condensing)
Temperature During Storage -20–60 °C (-4–140 °F)
Humidity During Storage 20–85 % (non-condensing)
Cooling Method Natural air cooling

General Information#

RoHS Compliance Yes
IEC 62471 Compliance Yes
CE Conformity Yes
Conformity EN61000-6-2 Yes
Conformity EN61000-6-4 Yes

Performance Charts#

Relative Illuminance versus Light Working Distance (LWD)#

Relative Illuminance


Diagram is based on the following reference model: BCF-255X45W



Relative Uniformity#

Relative Uniformity

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