New SpeedSense cameras push the boundaries for frame rate and resolution

New SpeedSense cameras push the boundaries for frame rate and resolution

Frame rates are now approaching 40,000 fps for the 1 MP cameras, and 10,000 fps for the 4 MP cameras.
The top-of-the-line cameras T 4040 and T 3610 are now supplemented by more affordable versions.
The T 2540 features a 4.2 MP sensor and can reach up to 5840 frames per second. Its APS-C size backside illuminated CMOS 12 bit sensor comes with a resolution of 2650 x 1664 px. It features a highly sensitive sensor with great quantum efficiency and low noise.
The TE 2010 is a more affordable 1 MP version of the T xx10 models, recording up to 19210 fps at a resolution of 1280 x 832 px.

Key benefits of the new SpeedSense T 4040, T 2540, T 3610, T2410 and TE 2010

  • Up to 38040 frames per second at 1 MP
  • The T4040 delivers up to 9350 frames per second at 4.2MP, up to 37200 frames per second at 1MP in binned mode, making it the most versatile camera
  • 12 bit resolution for high dynamic range
  • Up to 256 GB of memory and storage capacity for long processes/recordings
  • Quantum efficiencies up to more than 80%

More information on SpeedSense cameras: Time Resolved Cameras – Dantec Dynamics

More information on planar PIV: Planar PIV – Dantec Dynamics | Precision Measurement Systems & Sensors

More information on Volumetric Velocimetry: Volumetric Velocimetry (Tomographic PIV and Tomographic PTV) (dantecdynamics.com)

SpeedSense camera overview and quick selection guide: Speed (fps) vs Resolution (MP) please note the logarithmic x axis.
SpeedSense camera overview and quick selection guide: Speed (fps) vs Resolution (MP) please note the logarithmic x axis.