Redlake MotionScope M Series

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The Redlake MotionScope M Series camera

Redlake’s MotionScope® M series of high-speed CMOS cameras combine ease-of-use and value for your high-speed motion applications. The MotionScope M1 provides amazing value, delivering 640 x 512 resolution at 1000 fps, while the MotionScope M2 offers lightning fast speeds up to 16,000 fps with reduced vertical resolutions,
or maximum resolution of 1280 x 1024 at 500 fps.

Redlake’s MotionScope® M3 high-speed CMOS camera combines ease-of-use and value for your high-speed motion application. The Motion-Scope M3 offers maximum resolution of 1280 x 1024 at 500 fps with frame rates up to 32,000 fps at reduced resolutions.

Typical Applications

Quality inspection/control on system setup and installation, throughput improvement, and troubleshooting

Process engineering on packing machines, materials handling/robotics, pulp and paper, printing and folding machines

Process control

Research (materials, biotechnology) in material stress tests, tools and process monitoring

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At A Glance

Small and Lightweight featuring Firewire connectivity

Compact: 125 x 67 x 67 mm and
only 1.65 lb (0.75 kg)

Cameras interface to PC via a standard Firewire (IEEE-1394) interface for easy set-up and fast image downloading

M3 Industrial model has sturdy metal housing to withstand harsh industrial environments

Recording Speed

M1- 62.5 to 1000 fps
M2- 62.5 to 16,000 fps
M3- 62.5 to 32,000 fps

Image

1280 x 1024 pixels Color and monochrome models available.
Playback rates

Playback rates include Single Frame and from 1 – 16,000 frames per second, forward or reverse.

Image File Formats

Images are archived in the standard Microsoft AVI file format. Images can be converted to other image file formats. Intuitive “Imaging Studio” Software for Windows 2000 and XP adds additional file formats including .tiff, bitmap, jpeg, and mpeg

Redlake MotionScope® M1 and M2
Specifically optimized for design and diagnostic applications, the innovative MotionScope M1/M2 architecture puts these high-speed digital cameras in a class by themselves. Compact, lightweight and featuring Firewire connectivity, the MotionScope M1/M2 cameras offer all the benefits of advanced imaging technology.

The MotionScope M1 and M2 feature built-in image memory for storing the recorded high-speed sequence for playback, editing or downloading to the PC’s hard disk. Just choose which image memory option best fits your application requirements. Flexible triggering lets you create the best pre- and post- event trigger settings enabling you to capture perfect images every time.

Thanks to their intuitive and reliable “point and click” Windows control software, the MotionScope M1 and M2 cameras are exceptionally simple to set up and operate. Optional Image Studio software is available with more advanced features. The cameras are interfaced to your PC via a standard Firewire (IEEE-1394) interface. In the event of a power failure, a battery backup is included to ensure you never lose your data.

Redlake MotionScope® M3
Redlake’s MotionScope® M3 high-speed CMOS camera combines ease-of-use and value for your high-speed motion application. The Motion-Scope M3 offers maximum resolution of
1280 x 1024 at 500 fps with frame rates up to 32,000 fps at reduced resolutions.

Specifically optimized for industrial applications, the innovative Redlake MotionScope M3 high-speed digital camera architecture puts it in a class by itself. Small, lightweight, stand-alone battery operation, and Firewire network connectivity are just a few attributes of the MotionScope M3 camera.

The MotionScope M3 features built-in image memory for storing the recorded high-speed sequence for playback, editing or downloading to the PC’s hard disk. Just choose which image memory option best fits your application requirements. Flexible triggering lets you create the best pre- and post- event trigger settings enabling you to capture perfect images every time.

The MotionScope M3’s internal battery comes standard and provides up to 30 minutes of standalone operation and up to 4 hours in stand-by mode. Since the MotionScope M3 is self-contained (no bulky processor or tethered cables to contend with) the only connection required is a trigger signal.

Thanks to its intuitive and reliable “point and click” Windows control software, the MotionScope M3 is exceptionally simple to set up and operate. Advanced features are included in the standard Image Studio software. The camera is interfaced to your PC via a standard Firewire (IEEE-1394) interface.

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