TTC nHSC-31-S Network-Based High-Speed Camera with Optional Built-in Recorder
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- High resolution (1280 x 1024 pixels)
- High frame rate (up to 500 frames per second at full resolution)
- Optional built-in CompactFlash recorder
- Provides RS-170A video and data/clock output for image preview
- Rugged, lightweight and miniature size
- IRIG AC, DC or IEEE 1588 for time synchronization and timestamp support
- Real-time clock timestamp support
- Circular buffer for pre-event and post-event image capture
- 100/1000BASE-T Ethernet
- 28V power
- High-speed film camera replacement
- Component testing
- Vehicle testing
- Materials testing
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