World-leading designer and supplier of high-speed (slow motion) imaging technology, iX Cameras, has announced its...
iX Cameras has introduced its value-priced camera, which has joined the premium ultra-high-speed i-SPEED 7 Series line.
The new i-SPEED 713 is designed for a wide range of applications, including drop testing, airbag testing and manufacturing, which demand the highest resolution but not necessarily the fastest speed available.
The affordable entry-level i-SPEED 713 upholds the engineering innovation, power and performance of the i-SPEED 7 Series, with a custom high-resolution 2048px x 1536px sensor, providing a maximum frame rate of 500,000fps and combining a 13GP/s throughput.
With the addition of the i-SPEED 713, the i-SPEED 7 Series provides the market with a full spectrum of ultra-high-speed cameras to suit a wide range of applications and fulfil any speed or resolution requirements.
Peter Carellas, president and CEO of iX Cameras commented, “The i-SPEED 713 model is a welcome addition to our 7 Series line of ultra-fast, powerful cameras, and is part of the iX Cameras growth strategy to provide researchers and engineers with cutting-edge, affordable and easy-to-use high-speed cameras.
“The development of the new model has been a true collaboration between the iX engineering and sales team with customers to provide the market with a value-priced high-speed camera to meet specific application needs.”
The i-SPEED 7 Series cameras are 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 fieldwork and backup in the event of power failure.
Key Specifications of the i-SPEED 713:
- Custom CMOS 2048px x 1536px sensor
- Full resolution to 4,260 frames/second
- 1080p resolution at 6,380 frames/second
- Ultra-fast 13GP/s throughput
- Global electronic shutter to 1 μs
- Maximum frame rate 500,000fps
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