Recording Camera Raises Sets A Benchmark For Size And Weight

With a shock resistance of 100g, the fanless EoSens Quad 1.1 high-speed recording camera performs reliably in high shock and vibration environments. Measuring 63 mm x 63 mm x 95 mm (C-Mount), it boasts of having the smallest cross section and lightest weight of any camera on the market at 500 grams.

The Quad 1.1’s performance of 2,500 fps at full resolution of 1.280 x 864 pixel and 3,220 fps at 1.280 x 720 pixel make the camera viable for other high-speed applications including industrial and scientific R&D, military range testing, materials and bio science and manufacturing troubleshooting. It provides a 14.9-μm 10-bit pixel format, resulting in high sensitivity for both mono and color cameras.

Two analog and four digital I/O inputs (per CRS sheet) enable recording video and sensor data in total sync. Sync in and Sync out allow the flexibility to set up multiple camera recording configurations. The camera uses GigE interface for connection to standard PCs.

The Quad 1.1 is available in both C-Mount and Nikon FG-Mount lens choices. Furthermore, Mikrotron has developed camera control and player software named VisualMARC that includes all of the basic as well as extended functions required to set up Quad 1.1 cameras for recording and exporting videos. If required, the plug-in concept of the software offers easy integration of additional features.

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