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Phantom S640

Capture the power of Phantom High Speed imaging

  • Up to 1,480 fps at 2560 x 1600
  • Global Shutter
  • 8 and 12-bit selectable
  • CoaXPress and GenICam compliant

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Capture the power of Phantom High Speed imaging in machine vision streaming applications. Image data flows directly to a frame grabber and PC or long record DVR via the CoaXPress protocol.  Data is immediately accessible and limited only by the amount of storage in the PC or DVR.

The Phantom S640 is a machine vision camera built on the high quality VEO 640 sensor platform, delivering 4MP images in high quality.

  • Up to 1,480 fps at 2560 x 1600
  • Global Shutter
  • 8 and 12-bit selectable
  • CoaXPress and GenICam compliant

The Phantom S640 supports cutting edge machine vision applications with up to 6Gpx/sec throughput provided through up to 16 CXP6 channels. A mechanical shutter and EOS lens compatibility allow remote black referencing and focus control to improve image quality. The S640 also comes with It comes with GPIO for Trigger, Event, Memgate, Strobe, and Ready signals, and Time Code In/Out with a time stamp on the frame.

1,480 fps at 4MP full resolution, scalable to over 200,000 fps at 128×16 pixels, this is a truly powerful and flexible high speed camera.

 

 

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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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