Digital High Speed PCO.1200 HS 10bit CMOS Camera System

Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV) is a whole-flow-field technique providing instantaneous velocity vector measurements in a cross-section of a flow. This technique being a non-intrusive one, allows the application of PIV in high speed flows, boundary layer studies of fluids.

Digital High Speed PCO.1200 HS 10bit CMOS Camera System

Postby arunraje on Sun Jul 04, 2010 6:37 am

This high speed 10 bit CMOS camera system comprises advanced CMOS and electronics technology. With the new approach to integrate the image memory (camRAM) into the camera itself, enables unmatched fast image recording with 1 GB/s. The system features an excellent resolution (1280 × 1024 pixel) and low noise. It consists of a compact camera with an external intelligent power supply. The image data are transferred via customer selectable standard data interfaces to a computer IEEE 1394 (FireWire), camera link and ethernet. The available exposure times range from 1 μs (50 ns optional) to 5 s. This digital CMOS camera system is perfectly suited for high speed camera applications such as material testing, external crash tests or super-slow motion movie clips.

Other applications include: high speed particle image velocimetry (PIV); short time physics; material testing; tensile tests; hydrodynamics; semiconductor quality control; fast events in nature and medicine; ballistics; and the visualization of fast biological events (muscle contraction).

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