The Phantom S991 delivers 9 Gpx/sec (70 Gbps) of throughput and the power of the Phantom Flex 4K sensor with CXP-over-fiber technology for extreme high-speed imaging.
The Phantom S991 builds on the industry leading technology of the S990 by incorporating fiber cables for data transfer. The two fiber cables are easy to connect and can carry up to 70 Gbps of images and data to the frame grabbers. This significantly improves setup and ease of use.
Imaging flexibility is enhanced through adjustable capacity settings. Using just 1 fiber cable for 1/2 capacity operation (4 Gpx/sec) allows researchers to achieve full frame rates at smaller resolutions while full capacity operation (8 Gpx/sec) offers large to maximum resolution for highly detailed imaging.
CXP-over-fiber delivers the immediately accessible imaging a simple process by dividing it between two frame grabbers then stitching them back together. The image is then stitched back together for fast algorithm application which means no waiting to download data to apply critical decision-making algorithms.
|4096 x 2304||937|
|3072 x 2000||1,075|
|1280 x 800||2,645|
|1024 x 128||14,200|
|2304 x 32||35,280|
|2048 x 16||52,080|
Size (without lens mount)
Using 2 fiber banks delivers the full power of the S991, but you do not need to use both fiber banks in all use cases. You need to use both banks to reach the maximum frame rate at very large resolutions over 3072 x 2000 to the maximum resolution of 4096 x 2304 or reach the maximum frame rates at many resolutions using 12-bit output. However, you only need 1 bank for most scenarios using 8-bit output, smaller resolutions, or frame rates lower than the maximum.
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.