Delivering up to 7 Gigapixel per sec (87.5 Gbps) of data throughput
for Machine Vision applications that require high speed long term
recording. The Phantom S710 runs at a full resolution of 1280
x 800 pixels at 7,275 fps. By reducing its resolution it can run
at frame rates over 700,000 fps. The Phantom S710 can also be
used for real time machine vision where images are processed in
time for machine control. This could include grading, sorting,
high speed manufacturing and other time critical applications.
The Phantom S710 is modeled on the VEO710 camera and uses the
same CMOS sensor. With a 20um pixel size, the S710 offers a monochrome
ISO rating of 6400 (D) and a colour rating of 2000 (D). The camera
outputs 12-bits with a high dynamic range of 59.6dB and a low
noise level of 29.0 electrons. Minimum exposure can be as low
as 1ms, and even down to 300ns with the export-controlled FAST
The Phantom S710 brings the incredibly high frame rates that
customers need for a wide variety of applications, from cutting
edge scientific research to cytometry applications. Furthermore,
a considerably low exposure time results in the reduction of motion
blur that tends to plague many of these applications.
Senior Product Manager for Phantom Machine Vision cameras Dan
Hafen said that until the release of the Phantom S710, applications
that required the sensors capabilities had to work in the
confines of the VEO710s memory, limiting recording times.
The S710s streaming architecture allows continuous data
flow for unlimited processing and recording, bringing truly new
capability to Machine Vision applications.
The S710 interfaces using 16 coaxpress (CXP 6) channels provided
in banks of 4 channels each. A compatible Frame Grabber needs
to be installed in the computer. Please talk to Adept Turnkey
about suitable models.
Phantom high-speed camera features such as GPIO for trigger,
event, memgate, strobe, and ready signals allow the camera to
capture images as needed over both short- and long-term recording
durations. Time code in/out stamping is available directly on
image frames to provide accurate and reliable date during machine