Industrial Electronics

Excelitas introduces pco.dimax 3.6 ST high-speed streaming camera for scientific and industrial applications

16 May 2024

Photonic solutions provider Excelitas Technologies Corporation has introduced the pco.dimax 3.6 ST streaming, high-speed camera for scientific and industrial applications. With real-time image streaming, the new camera captures crystal-clear images with a recording speed of 2166 fps at 3.6 MPixel resolution, making it ideal for use in high-speed sorting, analysis and inspection applications including production control and analysis, quality assurance, research, process and material development, laser welding and inert gas welding, and automotive airbag and component testing.

The pco.dimax 3.6 ST camera combines the frame rate of a high-speed camera with long recording times, enabling real-time image streaming over 8x10GB optical fiber, which helps overcome any internal memorySource: Excelitas Technologies CorporationSource: Excelitas Technologies Corporation limitations. The Camera Link HS data interface (CLHS FOL) ensures lossless image details with uncompressed 10-bit data transmission. Each pco.dimax camera is accompanied by intuitive PCO software.

Key features include:

  • High fullwell capacity of 60,000 electrons
  • Spectral range of 340 nm to 1100 nm
  • Sensor size 21.8 mm x 19.8 mm/29.5 mm
  • 2166 fps at 3.6 MPixel
  • Excellent sensitivity featuring large pixels with 11 µm x 11 µm size
  • Uncompressed 10-bit digitization
  • Real-time streaming over 8 x 10 GB fiber optic data interface
  • Readout noise of less than 65 e-
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