Hyper Vision HPV-X2
High-Speed Video Camera
Application: Consumer Electronics Fields
・ The inkjet ink discharge process
・ The failure process of reinforced glass
・ The behavior of MEMS devices used in projectors
High-speed cameras are used to observe high-speed phenomena in the micro domain. These include observations of the failure process of brittle materials such as the reinforced glass used in mobile information devices, the ink discharge process in inkjet printers, and the behavior of MEMS devices used in projectors.
In the development of inkjet printers, it is necessary to enlarge the microscopic amount of ink discharged from the nozzle and to observe its behavior in detail using high-speed cameras.
(Provided by Associate Professor Enomoto of Kanazawa University)
Recording speed: 5 million frames/second
Width of field of view: Approx. 0.2 mm