Scientific CCD Camera
(Product ID: PSP-CCD-C, PSP-CCD-M)
The PSP-CCD is a 2-megapixel CCD camera. The camera is small and lightweight at 210g allowing for an array of cameras to be mounted in a tight place for larger scale models and applications. Communication with the PSP-CCD is via Gigabit Ethernet. The camera comes in two styles, one with a color array and one with a monochrome array. The color camera is used in Binary PSP and particle shadow velocimetry applications whereas the monochrome version is used in monochrome PSP or S3F applications.
Manual: Operation Manual
64-bit User Interface: ProAcquire_2.5.1_GigE_x64.exe
32-bit User Interface: ProAcquire_2.5.1_GigE_x86.exe
========== 2.5.1 fixes/updates=============
* Added lens control communication for LC-2
* Option to TIFF files saved in subfolder with file name
* Fixed bug in intensity display (%) on toolbar
Binary pressure sensitive paint data is acquired using a CCD color array (PSP-CCD-C). Rather than use optical filters in front of the camera lens, the filtering is applied on the chip using a Bayer filter. The Bayer filter separates the two spectrally different signals from the Binary pressure sensitive paint.
Quantum Efficiency of Color Array in PSP-CCD-C with Bayer Filter
The PSP-CCD features an easy-to-use interface (ProAcquire) for both the color and monochrome platforms. This interface, known as ProAcquire, integrates all of the necessary controls into a streamlined interface.
User Interface Home Screen
ProAcquire also features what is known as "multi-camera" mode. This optional add-on to ProAccuire is used to control mutliple cameras over the local network via a single user interface. For applications where the acquisition from multiple cameras needs to be seamlessly synchronized, the multi-camera software add-on is a must.
This interface also ties together multi-system control of pulse delay generators (PSG-2) and lens controllers (LC-1) on the network. A single operator can control the entire data acquisition sytstem from one screen.
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