Ultra High Speed Framing Camera

Ultra High Speed Framing Camera
Making the invisible visible
Ultra High Speed
Framing Camera
The Invisible Vision Ultra UHSi series of compact ultra high speed framing cameras are designed to capture
up to 24 mega-pixel performance frames of the very fastest events. With fully independently programmable
exposures and delays down to 5ns, frame rates to 200M fps, intensified and with versatile triggering options
including ‘synchro’ mode (frame-by-frame) allow the researcher unparalleled flexibility to capture the event.
At the heart of the Ultra UHSi is a unique high resolution beam-splitter with optional UV capability. This is
complimented with an unbridled Ultra ‘segmented’ intensifier and 16M pixel GigE linked CCD.
Together with flexible proven control and timing electronics plus powerful system software they combine to
form an elegant, reliable, yet cost effective 21 century ultra high speed imaging system.
The New Ultra UHSi 12/24
200M FPS, Up to 24 Frames
Megapixel Performance
Typical applications are in combustion, electric discharge, biomedical, detonics, impact, somi-luminescence,
fluoroscopy, shock physics and material studies.
The Ultra UHSi is easily controlled with the included IVV Imprint PC software running on a laptop via a GigE
connection. For ease of use, an optical viewfinder is also available to aid set-up and alignment. Simplicity
being a virtue, the camera provides a simple single programmable input trigger (which can be multi-pulsed
for 'synchro' frame by frame modes) as well as a manual software trigger mode. Four programmable output
strobes plus a shutter monitor are provided for external synchronization of further cameras, experiment
triggering and / or flash systems. An internal programmable velocity trap trigger mode is also included.
Rugged and compact, the camera is designed for ease-of-use with a minimum of service requirements.
Invisible Vision Ltd.
17 Princes St. Norwich NR3 1AF UK
Making the invisible visible
+44 (0) 1603 631155
April 2014 Rev C
Ultra UHSi
Custom Design, Patented.
Glass (UV option).
S25, 400nm to > 850nm (S20 UV option).
S25 typically > 300µA/lumen (white light).
Typically set to maximum of 5000.
Input Window
Model UHSi 12/24
Custom Design, Patented.
Standard Nikon F–mount.
Bespoke, 12+ way, visible with UV option. f/2.
Automatic optical viewfinder / capping shutter.
Dynamic Range
4872 (h) x 3248 (v) with 7.4µm pixels
65dB – Digitized to 12 bit
12 + 12 (12 images @ 200M fps + further 12 @ 200M fps).
24 Frames @ 1000 x 860 pixels per image.
System dynamically resolves > 350 TV lines per picture height.
200MHz (5ns period) system clock. Trigger jitter to clock ± 2.5ns.
200M fps
5ns to > 1ms in 5ns steps. Multiple exposures allowed.
From input trigger : 50ns to > 10ms in 5ns steps.
Interframe times : 0 to > 10ms in 5ns steps.
10µs nominal between frames 12 and 13.
User programmable 0 to 100% (12 bits).
TTL Positive, TTL Negative, Make & Break (self powered).
‘Synchro’ mode – frame-by-frame (separate trigger per frame).
Velocity Trap - Measures velocity on-the-fly & automatically triggers.
User Programmable TTL Gate monitor. 5ns timing steps
Four User Programmable TTL ‘strobes’. 5ns timing steps
Gigabit Ethernet (1000Mb/sec - GigE) direct to PC.
Timing / Trigger Jitter
Framing Rate
Gain Control
Dimensions (excluding objective lens)
Weight (excluding objective lens)
Documentation and Software
CE and RoHS (Pb free)
106mm (wide) x 215mm (height) x 696mm (long)
9.9Kg (21.8 lb - avoirdupois pounds)
35W max (90-264VAC).
0ºC to 40ºC, non-condensing humidity.
Solid aluminium housing with large carrying handle.
2 x 3/8-16 UNC thread on base.
Supplied on CD.
Heavy duty IP65 flight box.
IVV Imprint PC software as standard. Software seamlessly allows
for full multi-camera control, capture, image analysis and file export
for all current IVV camera types.
Invisible Vision Ltd. reserves the right to modify specifications without notice.
The Invisible logo is a registered trademark of Invisible Vision Ltd.
© Invisible Vision Ltd. 2010. All rights reserved.
Invisible Vision Ltd.
17 Princes St. Norwich NR3 1AF UK
Making the invisible visible
+44 (0) 1603 631155
April 2014 Rev C
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