AOS Technologies L-VIT
- New!: Full-HD Format @ up to 2500 fps
- Super-compact, fits into tight spaces
- High-G rated and tested by independent test lab
- IRIG-B synchronization
- Optional built-in battery
- Optional CFast storage
Rugged, Ultra Compact 2Mpixel High Speed Camera
The L-VIT is particularly suited for all applications where a compact, portable, high resolution and robust camera is essential. The highly light-sensitive sensor covers the most ambitious applications. The L-VIT is designed and certified to withstand G-forces in excess of 150 G /10 msec (all axes) and spikes of up to 250 G. With a wide range of input/output signals for external control or feedback during tests, the L-VIT is a genuine all-in-one camera. The L-VIT is now available in two speed grades:L-VIT 1000: up to 1000fps @1920 x 1080
L-VIT 2500: up to 2500fps @1920 x 1080
Superior image quality and sensitivityWith its 1920 x 1080 pixel sensor with newest 10 micron pixel technology the L-series offers ISO 6000 for color and ISO 8000 for mono.
Key features and benefits
- 2 MPixel full HD image resolution to 2500fps
- Highly light-sensitive sensor
- Ultra-compact and ruggedized
- Optional on-board CFast image storage
- WLAN connectivity
Easy to learn software
The cameras are delivered with the new AOS Imaging Studio software with an intuitive, simple interface for adjusting camera settings, video recording and disk storage. The software includes powerful features for adjusting the video quality and a manual tracking and calibration feature for basic motion analysis.
Automatic download for unattended operation
AOS Imaging Studio allows automatic download and saving of image sequences to PC or to internal CFast memory immediately after recording, ideal for unattended troubleshooting applications.
Fast download via gigabit Ethernet
The Gigabit Ethernet connection enables full-resolution real-time display during camera setup and recording, as well as fast download of the video data from camera to PC. The GigE Ethernet allows up to 100 m cable between PC and camera using standard Cat6 cables.
|Country of Origin||Switzerland|