High-speed machine vision S210 and S200 streaming cameras released by Vision Research

The new, high-speed Phantom S210 and S200 streaming cameras released by Vision Research and designed for machine visionapplications can achieve capture speeds of 1,730 fps at 1280 x 1024 and 7,000 fps at 640 x 480 respectively. Both cameras can use up to four CoaXPress (CXP6) channels to provide 2GPixels/s throughput. They are GenlCam compliant and stream directly into PCI Express frame grabber.

Vision Research S200 high-speed machine vision camera
Vision Research S200 high-speed machine vision camera

The new, high-speed Phantom S210 and S200 streaming cameras released by Vision Research and designed for machine vision applications can achieve capture speeds of 1,730 fps at 1280 x 1024 and 7,000 fps at 640 x 480 respectively. Both cameras can use up to four CoaXPress (CXP6) channels to provide 2GPixels/s throughput. They are GenlCam compliant and stream directly into PCI Express frame grabber.

The S210 and S200 cameras also feature a general-purpose input/output for signaling and synchronization. This enables the cameras to take advantage of applications like Time Code In/Out, Trigger, strobe, and event marking.

The Phantom S210 uses a 1.3MPixel CMOS sensor in color or monochrome with a 5.6µm pixel size, has a noise level of 10 e-, and a dynamic range of 58.0dB. The Phantom S200 uses a 0.3MPixel VGA CMOS sensor in color or monochrome with a 11.22µm pixel size, has a noise level of 6.3 e-, and a dynamic range of 59.7dB.

To Learn More:

Contact: Vision Research
Headquarters: Wayne, NJ, USA
Product: Phantom S210 and S200 cameras
Key Features: 2 GPixel/s streaming capability, four CoaXPRess (CXP6) channels, GenlCam compliant, direct stream into PCI Express frame grabber, 1,730 fps at 1280 x 1024 and 7,000 fps at 640 x 480 respectively

What Vision Research says:
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