Active pixels H x V2048 x 1088
Imaging sensorCMOSIS
Resolution (MP)2.2 MP
Spectral optionsNear IR
Optical format12.7 mm (2/3”)
Active pixels (H x V)5.5 μm
Frame rate (FPS)331 FPS
Dynamic Range 10bit/12bit60 dB
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Velociraptor HS / 2.2MP IR

VELOCIRAPTOR HS is the ultimate FPGA camera with a very large Xilinx Spartan-6 FPGA and high-speed imaging sensor. It is developed to fill the gap in the market between standard industrial cameras and high-speed cameras. The Camera has small and ruggedized waterproof aluminum housing design (90x52x40 mm) with an innovative mounting system (balljoint). It is Ethernet powered (IEEE 802.3at PoE) with a power consumption up to 10W. Imaging sensors were carefully selected and the ones selected were the best market has to offer: turbocharged CMOSIS imaging sensors CMV2000 (2048x1088 pixels, 2/3’’ size) or CMV4000 (2048x2048 pixels, 1’’ size).

The sensors include all features a modern machine vision sensor should have: a global shutter, several high dynamic range modes and an overlapping trigger mode. As already mentioned the sensor is very fast and outputs up to 768 million pixels per second resulting in 331 FPS (CMV2000) and 176 FPS (CMV4000). At a reduced frame size the frame rate can go up to 5000 frames per second.

With high-performance FPGA System-on-Chip (SoC) technology, the Velociraptor camera family opens new dimensions in computer vision. It is a global shutter high-speed camera with incredible frame rates and a range of real-time image-processing cores (JPEG compression, color processing, etc.).

A JPEG compression core operating at maximum frame rate is offered with this camera. This core was developed especially for this camera, since there was no JPEG core with sufficient performance available on the market. The compression core enables long recording of high-speed video and direct PC storage.

TARGETED FOR:


  • Motion analysis and slow-motion photography - from understanding river erosion to unravelling the mysteries of the flight of fruit flies;
  • Ballistics - freeze the motion of an in-flight bullet;
  • Sports - golf, baseball, basketball or football;
  • Medical imaging - body movement analyses;
  • Troubleshooting analysis and
  • Broadcast – high-speed video capture and slow-motion replay.
Features
ADC Resolution10 bit
Analogue Gain1 - 3.2x
Region of InterestYES, with 8 pixel increments
Shutter TypeElectronic global shutter
Shutter Time20us – 90 s
Pixel Clock Speed760 MHz (8 pixels @ 95 MHz)
ExposureLinear, 3 slope high dynamic range
Pixel CorrectionDead pixel correction and programmable LUT
Trigger ModesFree running, trigger, overlap, pulse width
Trigger FeaturesDelay 0 – 1000 ms, LP Filter 1.5Hz - 100 kHz
Shutter Resolution21 ns
FPGASpartan-6LX
Volatile Memory2x 128 MB DDR3 SDRAM
Non-volatile Memory8MB flash
Lens MountC-mount (1” 32G thread)
Temp Range0 - 50°C
Mass50 g OEM / 290 g with housing
ProtectionUp to IP67 with housing
Housing MaterialCNC-machined aluminum, anodized in a special OptoMotive blue color
RoHSRoHS compliant
Fixing Holes4 x M3 OEM / 2 x M6 with housing
Input VoltagePower over Ethernet, 42-57V
Consumptionup to 10W
IO IsolationNo, but camera has 1.5kV PoE isolation
ConnectorsRJ45, 4 pin LEMO EXG 00 304
Real-time Image ProcessingYes. JPEG compression core implemented as a standard configuration
On-board Image ProcessingAs an option (if an IP Core is integrated)
Open Reference DesignYes
Open architectureYes
SoftwareCompatible with OptoMotive SHARKi software and any other GigE vision software
Operating SystemWindows 7, Windows 10, 64bit or 32bit
ProtocolsGigE Vision® 1.2 and GenICam™ 2.0 compliant
Development ToolsXilinx ISE/EDK version 13.3 or later, Microsoft Visual Studio 2010