The new camera from Baumer has a 12-megapixel resolution at 335 frames per second in Burst Mode. According to a statement from the St.GallenBodenseeArea company, this allows the camera to capture fine details and defects extremely precisely in high-dynamic processes. Flexible storage management permits the recording of almost 1,000 frames per second.
Data is continuously transferred with a high bandwidth of 1.1 gigabytes per second, making the camera ideal for applications that require very high frame rates for short sequences. Possible fields including industrial applications, living cell analysis in medical applications, scientific research or motion analysis for sports, explains Baumer.
The QX series comes with a 10 GigE Vision compliant interface. This industrial standard supports cable lengths of up to 100 metres, which means the cameras can be quickly and easily integrated with only one cable. According to Baumer, this standard also means that the QX series reduces system costs.