With the new CR-S3500 Sprinter high-speedcamera from Optronis, a 256 GB SSD backup allows image data to be transferred to a PC for slow motion analysis at much faster rates than using the built-in GigE interface. This SSD concept provides camera-internal data transfer via SATA interface at 300 MB/s, according to the company. The camera features a 1280 x 860 global shutter CMOS image sensor, available in monochrome or color, that has a 13.7 µm pixel size and can reach a frame rate of 3,500 fps at full resolution and up to 110,154 fps at a reduced resolution of 1280 x 8. Additionally, the camera has lightweight anodized aluminum housing with various mounting points, external trigger, and synchronization interface, as well as TimeViewer software for Windows 7, 8 and 10, which provides capture, video playback, export and analysis.
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Headquarters: Kehl, Germany
Product: CR-S3500 Sprinter high-speed camera
Key Features: 256 GB SSD, 1280 x 860 global shutter CMOS image sensor, frame rate of 3,500 fps at full resolution, GigE interface, TimeViewer software.
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