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Phantom T1340 4MP high-speed camera

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Described as "the next evolution in high-speed, high resolution imaging" and based on Phantom's award-winning technology, Phantom T1340 suits demanding projects in scientific, industrial, and range-based applications - both indoors and out.

Vision Research have used a custom 4MP sensor that incorporates CDS (Correlated Double Sampling) for excellent image quality and low read noise, to ensure data accuracy. The specifications for this camera make it suitable for motion analysis applications that require precise data such as high-speed digital imaging correlation (DIC), particle image velocimetry (PIV), stress and strain analysis and more.

Leveraging Phantom’s award-winning technology and loaded with a variety of features that increase workflow flexibility, the Phantom T1340 captures 3,270 fps images at full resolution. If the resolution is reduced this camera can run at up to 113,510 fps.

The Phantom T1340 is designed to produce high-quality images within a fast, reliable and efficient workflow. It offers higher throughputs, the option of faster downloads and larger RAM memory. The camera is also compatible with CineMagV storage for fast efficient workflow when on-site. The CineMagV, the camera's compact form factor, on-camera controls, video outputs and battery back-up make the Phantom T1340 well-suited to standalone operation with no need for a computer. To offload data rapidly from the camera's RAM and CineMagV storage Vision Research have incorporated a 10Gb Ethernet to further accelerate workflow.

The Phantom T1340 offers a quiet mode which eliminates vibration. This is especially suited to microscopy and 3D measurement applications.

 

Key features    

• Quiet mode eliminates vibration for microscopy and 3D measures

• Connectivity for live monitoring and playback

 

• Direct recording to CinemagV for long-duration events

• Up to 144 GB RAM for longer capture

 

• Binning Mode 2x2 - frame rate boost Up to 12,130fps at 1024 x 976

• Signal support for a variety of applications

 

• SDI and HDMI for live monitoring and playback

• A variety of interchangeable lens mounts for standard and specialised optics

 

• Programmable I/O to customise camera signals to your workflow

• Secured locking connections for use in harsh environments

 

• Partitionable RAM for quick, repetitive events - up to 63 segments

• Programmable I/O, range data and remote input

 
 
Typical Applications    
Object tracking Microscopy  
Advanced motion analysis Industrial testing  
Flow Visualisation PIV  
Specialised imaging techniques Applications requiring data precision  
DIC Scientific applications  

   

 

Specs
Phantom T1340 High-speed, high-resolution camera
Sensor
CMOS. 2048 x 1952 Standard. 1024 x 976 Binned
Frame rates
Maximum res - 3,270. 1 Mpx - 9,900 fps, Binned - 12,130 fps. Maximum fps - 113,510 at 640 x 16
Pixel size
13.5 µm Standard; 27 µm Binned
Connectivity
Gigabit Standard, 10Gb Optional
RAM storage
36GB, 72GB, 14GB RAM Options
Non-volatile storage
Phantom CineMagV optional. Supports auto-save, direct record and video playback
Cooling
Active cooling. Quiet mode disables fans during capture
Size/Weight
12.7 x 12.7 x 20.3 cm - without handle. Handle adds 5cm to height. Weight - 4.5kg
Operating temperature
-10—50°C
 
   
About CineMagV
Phantom CineMag is a high-speed, solid-state (data is secure) storage module that attaches directly to the T1340. For high-speed recording, the events must first be recorded to the camera’s RAM buffer, reviewed, and then transferred to the CineMag - this is known as ‘Loop’ mode.

For lower-speed recording, the camera can run in ‘Run/Stop’ mode, writing direct to the CineMag and allowing several minutes of recording.

  Need a price or more information? Please email Adept Turnkey or call our offices
Perth - 08 9242 5411; Melbourne - 03 9384 1775; Sydney - 02 9905 5551


 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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