PROMON High Speed Streaming

High Speed Image Streaming Camera


The PROMON  is a package allowing customers to set up a high speed image recording system on their existing mobile, but also stationary computers.

The system records directly to the PCs DRAM memory for seconds or streams onto the hard disk for minutes to hours. The ideal camera system to monitor industrial processes for troubleshooting, setup- and fine tuning applications.  The package inlcudes one of  PROMON  camera modules, our AOS PROMON STUDIO software plus standard accessories like cables and a power adapter.

The PROMON 501 / 502 camera modules offers stunning data rates directly to your PC - over a standard Gigabit Ethernet data interface. You may set up your configuration for true 24/7 recordings. Do not miss an event anymore!

 

Key features

Ideal for temporary industrial troubleshooting, setup and fine tuning applications
Compact high speed image streaming system
To be installed on customers’ existing PC (Laptop- or Desktop)
Individual recording times, 24/7 recording with high speed
Already installed in all thinkable industrial settings worldwide

 

Camera modules with typical resolutions

PROMON 502 (color / monochrome / NIR)

2048 x 1088 @ 170fps
1920 x 1080 @ 170fps
1280 x 1024 @ 180fps
1280 x 720 @ 250fps
800 x 600 @ 600fps
640 x 480 @ 750fps

PROMON 501 (color / monochrome / NIR)

2048 x 1088 @ 85fps
1920 x 1080 @ 90fps
1280 x 720 @ 125fps
800 x 600 @ 300fps
640 x 480 @ 560fps
352 x 352 @ 1000fps
128 x 128 @ 2620fps

 

Highlights

To be set up on customers’ existing PC
up to 2620fps resp. up to 2MPixel image resolution (depending on camera module)
3 camera models to choose from in mono, color and near infrared
Extremely simple and fast installation - no time-consuming fiddling

 

Optional (accessory package available)

LED lights
Mounts and Tripods
Lenses
Extended cabling solutions

our customers

Arjo Wiggins Security
Beeld en Geluid
DIS
Koninklijke Luchtmacht
KU Leuven
Ministerie van Defensie
NLR
Nomacorc
OCÉ
Philips
Safran
Saxion
SCA
Tass International
Universiteit van Antwerpen
Universiteit van Gent
VU Amsterdam
Wageningen UR