SV642M - Alrad



204 Frames per Second

Key Features:

  • 640 x 480 10-bit capture @ 204 fps
  • Global Shutter (Mircon TrueSNAP™)
  • Camera Head w Case & C-Mount for Lens
  • Camera Head w M-12 Lens Mount & No Case
  • PIXCI® SI Digital Frame Grabber
  • Interface Cable (data, control, & power)
  • XCAP-Lite Imaging Program
  • Camera Integration and Reset Control
  • Sequence Capture
  • Sequence Save (XCAP-Ltd or Std)
  • Video To Disk: 204 fps for hours (XCAP-Std)
  • Triggered Sequence Capture
  • 132 MB/s Burst Transfers
  • PCI Bus: 32 or 64 bit, 3.3 or 5 volt
  • Windows & Linux, 32 & 64–bit
  • RoHS Compliant System Available

The SILICON VIDEO® 642M camera system provides 640 by 480 resolution at 204 frames per second (fps). Reducing the number of lines to 4 allows frame rates up to 19,600 fps. Fast frame rates, global shutter, asynchronous reset, and shutter speeds as short as 20 microseconds (1/50,000th of a second) provide sharp images of high speed motion. Example applications include high-speed inspection, particle tracking, kinematics, collision studies, sports analysis, ballistic analysis, and biological image analysis.

This 10-bit progressive scan monochrome camera system includes camera head, PCI interface board, 7 foot interface cable, and control software for only $ 1595 .00. The system provides image transfer to computer memory at rates exceeding 100 megabytes per second.

The rugged aluminum camera case is 3.3 cm high by 3.3 cm wide by 4.5 cm deep, which includes the RJ45 connector. Each side of the case has two M2-0.4 screw holes for the ¼-20 tripod mount.

A board camera (no case), with M12 lens mount, is available for $ 1495 .00 (lens optional).

The category 5e, shielded RJ-45 interface cable is flexible and only 6 mm in diameter. It provides data transfer, camera control, and camera power while allowing easy camera positioning in tight spaces.

The PIXCI® SI imaging board provides a real-time interface between camera head and PCI bus. In addition to providing power, camera control, and data transfer, the board has a trigger input to control data capture, and a strobe output to synchronize external equipment.

The XCAP-Lite camera control and capture program is included with the SV642 camera system. XCAP-Lite captures up to 218 frames with 640 by 480 8-bit resolution. The XCAP-Std program ($ 1495 .00), provides Video To Disk capture at 640 x 480 resolution, 8 bits per pixel, 204 fps, to the limit of the computer's RAID array (more than 8 hours is possible). User-selectable playback rates [slow motion] reveal hidden detail.

Optionally purchase the SV642 camera with an EPIX® imaging computer system which can be optimized to capture for a specified frame rate and time period.