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Phantom S210

Capture the power of Phantom High Speed imaging

  • Up to 1,730 fps at 1280 x 1024
  • Global shutter
  • 8- and 10-bit selectable
  • GenICam protocol compliant

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The Phantom S210 is a compact machine vision camera utilising CXP technology to stream data.

Capture the power of Phantom High Speed imaging as data flows directly to a CoaXPress frame grabber and PC or when sustained image recording is required you can capture directly to a CoaXPress DVR system.

Data is immediately accessible and limited only by the amount of storage in the PC or DVR.

  • Up to 1,730 fps at 1280 x 1024
  • Global shutter
  • 8- and 10-bit selectable
  • CoaXPress and GenICam compliant

The Phantom S210 is a small (76 x 76 x 39 mm) and cost-effective streaming camera with up to 2 Gpx/sec (16 Gbps) of data throughput by using 4 CXP6 channels. The S210 delivers the same exceptional Phantom image quality found in all Phantom cameras to the machine vision industry. It works well in enclosed and space constrained applications.

The camera comes equipped with a GPIO for trigger, event, memgate, strobe, and ready signals. It also features metadata header including time code stamps.. When capturing images the S210 streams directly into PCI Express frame grabbers or long record time DVRs. Recording is triggered either through the provided software or via the GPIO trigger signal.

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Phantom S990

Capture the power of Phantom High Speed imaging

  • Not for new design
  • Up to 938 fps at 4096 x 2304
  • Rolling or Global shutter, Bright Field mode
  • 8- and 12-bit selectable
  • CoaXPress and GenICam compliant

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