Features Description (see product pages for complete details)
High Quality Read Mode - High Quality (HQ) Read Mode provides the lowest possible noise but requires a longer time to read the image from the sensor.
USB 2.0, full 16-bit output - Pixel depth is a full 16-bits per pixel providing the smoothest color and gray scale transitions and the lowest noise.
Selectable ROI and binning - All QSI cameras have selectable Region of Interest (ROI) and binning for the most flexibility in framing your subject.
Output Hardware Trigger - All QSI cameras can output a hardware signal out of the Control Port to trigger an external event such as a strobe. (See Input Shutter Trigger below)
Available internal color filter wheel - All QSI 600 and RS Series cameras can be configured with an internal 5 or 8-position color filter wheel.
High Speed Read Mode - High speed (HS) Read Mode reads the image from the sensor at 8 million pixels per second (8 MHz) supporting frame rates of up 15 fps depending on the camera model, ROI and binning.
16-bit Output, Selectable ROI - All QSI cameras have full 16-bit output with a dynamic range up db. See specifications for each camera model for complete details.
Regulated Cooling - All QSI cameras provide regulated cooling to within 0.1C of the specified set point. Cooling the sensor reduces the accumulation of thermal current providing images with less noise and a higher Signal to Noise Ratio (SNR).
Multi-AR-coated Fused Silica Window - Fused Silica windows on the RS Series provide the maximum transmission of light to the sensor.
Input Shutter Trigger - RS Series cameras support a hardware input trigger allowing for the synchronizing of an exposure with an external event with latency as low as 5µsec.
UV Option - RS Series Series cameras can be configured for ultraviolet (UV) applications to record light with wavelengths down to 240nm.