High-speed camera

  • 17-Aug-2017 12:36 EDT


Fastec Imaging’s (San Diego, CA) IL5 5MP high-speed camera enables users to record high-speed events for airbag and automotive component testing, troubleshooting, and safety using slow motion replay. The Fastec IL5 offers recording speeds of over 630 frames per second (fps) at HD 1080p resolution, over 3200 fps at VGA resolution and more than 29,000 fps at smaller resolutions. According to the company, images can be saved to an SSD or SD card while recording high-speed bursts of hundreds or even thousands of images at a time. Built for flexibility and ease of use, the Fastec IL5 camera can be controlled over Gigabit Ethernet via Fastec FasMotion software on a PC/Mac or via the built-in web interface with a web browser on a PC, Mac, tablet, or even a smartphone.

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