High Speed Camera
The M-EM is the ultimate rugged, shockproof high speed camera.
Tested to fulfill MIL 810 environmental specifications, the M-EM is ready to meet the most demanding applications in test ranges, when mounted on aircraft, or in other demanding environments.
Why the M-EM?
The M-EM is particularly well suited for all applications where a compact, portable, high speed camera may be used under the toughest environmental conditions. The highly light-sensitive sensor provides 1280 x 800 pixels, with framing speeds of up to 4000 fps. These features are embedded in a compact and rugged design that suits
even the most ambitious application. The M-EM is designed and officially tested in accordance with MIL 810 and MIL 461 standards. Offering a wide range of signals for external control and feedback on camera status during operation, the M-EM is a genuine all-in-one camera. Fast download of your image sequence is achieved via Gigabit Ethernet or Optional CFast removable cards. The M-EM also supports IRIG-B input for synchronization and time stamping. Further options are available, such as extended run time via an external battery pack and HD-SDI. Semi-customizable camera casings with M-EM electronics inside are also available allowing the camera and lens to
be placed in unique spaces.
- Excellent image quality – M-EM cameras incorporate a high-accuracy image reconstruction algorithm, which is a primary element for superb image quality at high resolutions.
- Environmental tests – M-EM is tested in accordance with MIL 810 and MIL 461 standard by an independent and certified test laboratory.
- High sensitivity – The M-EM is a high resolution light sensitive camera ideal for recording under low light
- Semi-customized camera – In need of a camera that fits your specific compartment? Tell us about your demands. AOS can tailor an M-EM specifically to your needs without losing any of the benefits and environmental tests. Typical examples of this are different form factor or customized connectors for ease of integration.
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