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Any high speed cemera 1000frame/s supported by ni

Any suggestion, thanks.

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Basler A504k

 

if used in full frame (1280*1024) the max frame rate is 500 Hz but if you decrease the nb of lines you can proportionally increase the frame rate.

Ex :

 

1280*512 -> 1000 Hz

1280*256 -> 2000 Hz

1280*128 -> 4000 Hz

1280*64 -> 8000 Hz

1280*32 -> 16000 Hz

 

I don't know where it stops, but I've tested up to the 16 kHz and it works fine.

 

Hope this helps


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Antoine Chalons

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There are several cameras that can do 1000 fps.  Many require reducing the field of view to get the higher frame rate.  I would check the Graftek site (www.graftek.com) to see what meets your requirements.  Everything they have is LabVIEW compatible.  They are also happy to help you if you call and explain what you need.

 

Bruce

Bruce Ammons
Ammons Engineering
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