The Phantom S710 provides up to 7 Gpx/sec (87.5 Gbps) of data throughput for Machine Vision applications. It leverages the performance and extremely high frame rates of the VEO 710 to Machine Vision applications via CXP6 protocol.
The Phantom S710 can achieve over 700,000 frames-per-second (fps) when resolutions are reduced. At its full resolution, 1280 x 800, for the widest field of view and the best image detail possible, the S710 can produce up to 7,275 fps. This powerful machine vision camera is capable of this by combining the functionality of the proven VEO 710 sensor with standard machine vision industry protocols such as CXP6 and GenICam.
Phantom high-speed camera features such as GPIO for trigger, event, memgate, strobe, and ready signals ensure the camera is able 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 analysis.
|1280 x 800||7,275|
|1024 x 768||9,255|
|512 x 512||23,480|
|256 x 320||57, 430|
|256 x 128||121,425|
|128 x 8||701,030|
The S210, S200, S640, S710, and S990 don’t use PCC – PCC communicates to traditional Phantom cameras using the telnet interface and our telnet protocol, while these cameras are controlled through the GenICam protocol, then users can process the images directly on their systems.
No, you don’t need to - You may also control the camera through CXP and GenICam. The GPIO is an alternative method. You may either design your own GPIO cable or purchase one from Vision Research.