High-speed digital camera for production fault-finding introduced by Photron

Photron Inc. in San Diego is introducing the electro-optical PhotoCam SpeederV2 digital high-speed camera for production fault-finding to enable workers to view and identify production errors quickly on the integrated 7-inch LCD remote touch screen, without the need for a computer or network infrastructure.

Photron Inc. in San Diego is introducing the electro-optical PhotoCam SpeederV2 digital high-speed camera for production fault-finding to enable workers to view and identify production errors quickly on the integrated 7-inch LCD remote touch screen, without the need for a computer or network infrastructure. The SpeederV2 system is available with one or two miniature remote camera heads that are tethered to a compact camera control unit. The new production line imaging system provides as many as 2,000 frames per second at full pixel resolution (512 x 512) and higher frame rates at reduced resolutions. There are two video recording modes - speed priority mode for high-frame-rate, full-resolution video capture to the onboard internal memory; and time priority mode for extended duration video capture (i.e., very long recording times at reduced frame rates and/or resolutions) which can be streamed to an integrated solid-state drive (SSD).

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