Entry-level high-speed camera from iX Cameras reaches 500,000 fps

New to the i-SPEED 7 Series of high-speed cameras from iX Cameras is the tablet-controlled i-SPEED 713, which is designed for applications including drop testing, airbag testing and manufacturing, which demand the highest resolution but not necessarily the fastest speed available.

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New to the i-SPEED 7 Series of high-speed cameras from iX Cameras is the tablet-controlled i-SPEED 713, which is designed for applications including drop testing, airbag testing and manufacturing, which demand the highest resolution but not necessarily the fastest speed available. The entry-level i-SPEED 713 features a custom 2048 x 1538 global shutter CMOS image sensor that reaches a frame rate of 500,000 fps (4,260 fps at full resolution), combining for 13 GP/s throughput. The camera also features iX Cameras’ i-SPEED Software Suite 2.0 PC software for control, analysis, editing, and playback. Additionally, the high-speed camera is packaged in an instrumentation version or an optional rugged, high-G rated version designed to resist shock. Added options include swappable SSD flash memory cartridges for quick data transfer and one-hour batteries for field work and backup in the event of power failure.

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Contact:
iX Cameras
Headquarters
: Rochford, Essex, England
Product:
i-SPEED 713 high-speed camera
Key Features: Tablet controlled, custom 2048 x 1538 global shutter CMOS image sensor, up to 500,000 fps, 4,260 fps at full resolution, i-SPEED software.

What iX Cameras says:
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