The high-speed nHSC-36-S1(M)-1 camera design provides a unique solution for applications where space is at a premium, including airborne, automotive, and ground testing.
- High resolution (1280 x 1024 pixels)
- High frame rate (up to 500 frames per second at full resolution)
- Provides RS-170A video with the use of the nMGR-2000
- Rugged, lightweight, and miniature size
- IEEE 1588 for time synchronization and timestamp support
- Circular buffer for pre-event and post-event image capture
- 100/1000BASE-T Ethernet
- Available with color or monochrome sensor
- Airborne separation testing
- Missile launch
- Ballistics testing
- Explosives testing
- Projectile tracking
- Component testing
- Vehicle testing
- Materials testing
TTC nHSC-36-S1(M)-1 Network-Based High-Speed Camera
The high-speed TTC nHSC-36-S1(M)-1 camera design provides a unique solution for applications where space is at a premium, including airborne, automotive, and ground testing.
The nHSC-36-S1(M)1 camera is a networked high-speed camera that is capable of 500 frames-per-second operation. The camera requires integration with nMGR-2000 camera manager to provide system configuration, download and storage of recorded frames, and video preview and post view. The camera easily integrates into a system with other Curtiss-Wright network equipment including network switches, recorders, the CCP-2X00 camera control panel, and the nMGR-2000 high-speed camera manager.
The nHSC-36-S1(M)-1 camera is configured using TTCWare software and the recorded images can easily be extracted from the recording for data analysis.
The Need for Speed: Using Photogrammetric Analysis with High-Speed Cameras in Flight Testing Applications
Flight test engineers encounter situations where they need to use photogrammetric analysis to determine how objects, surfaces, and mechanical systems perform. This typically requires capturing images at high speed from multiple angles. Read this white paper to learn more about high-speed cameras and how they can provide users with the ability to conduct in-depth, quantitative analysis of their high-speed images.
Aerospace Instrumentation Brochure
Modern aerospace instrumentation systems can be highly complex, and it can be difficult to know how to meet program needs. It’s not unusual for requirements to change during a campaign and cause significant delays, and data must be captured reliably no matter what – otherwise expensive additional flights will be needed or months of program data could be lost. Read our brochure to learn how you can reduce your risk with commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) solutions.