Custom Modified Hi Speed IR Camera

This Custom modified camera is capable of capturing fast moving objects with it's 120 FPS capture speed and global shutter

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In addition to providing raw and MJPEG grayscale video, this camera can process and threshold data on-board, creating a variety of video modes deliverable to your PC, including:
  • Precision grayscale - Most precise object detection. Sends grayscale object information to the PC for calculation of location, size, and roundness using our most precise processing methods.Provides greater accuracy than other modes, but consumes more CPU resources and USB bandwidth.
  • Segment - Balanced object detection. Similar to Precision Grayscale, Segment processing streamlines object information for more CPU-efficient marker detection. Provides a balance between precision and USB bandwidth use.
  • Object - The most CPU-efficient object detection. Provides more efficient USB bandwidth utilization, but delivers less information to the PC than other modes.
  • MJPEG-compressed grayscale - Full resolution grayscale frames, compressed on-camera for highly scalable scene video capabilities.
  • Raw grayscale - Full resolution, uncompressed grayscale.
MJPEG compression
Transmit MJPEG-compressed grayscale video at full frame rate and full resolution with 1/10th of the USB bandwidth of uncompressed video. MJPEG compression enables multiple cameras to stream video to the same PC, offering scalability superior to raw grayscale video.

Tech Specs
Camera Board
  • Width: 1.65 inches (42 mm)
  • Height: 1.25 inches (32 mm)
  • Depth:
    0.59 inches (15 mm)
    1.13 inches (29 mm) with Lens Mount
  • Weight: 0.18 ounces (5 grams)
  • Mounting: 1/4”-20 tripod thread
  • LED status indicator
Image Sensors (×2)
  • Imager Size: 4.5 mm × 2.88 mm
  • Pixel Size: 6 µm × 6 µm
  • Imager Resolution: 640 × 480 (VGA, windowed from 752 × 480)
  • Frame Rate: 30, 60, 120 FPS
  • Frame decimation (transmit every Nth frame)
  • Spatial decimation: 320 × 240, 160 × 120
  • Latency: 8.33 ms
  • Shutter Type: Global
  • Shutter Speed:
  • Default: 1/1000th of a sec. (1 ms)
  • Minimum: 1/50,000th of a sec. (20 µs)
  • Lens & Filter
Camera Case
  •  Width: 1.90 inches (48 mm)
  • Height: 1.47 inches (37 mm)
  • Depth: 1.05 inches (27 mm)
  • Weight: 1.23 ounces (35 grams)
Image Processing Types
  • Object
  • Segment
  • Precision Grayscale
  • MJPEG Grayscale
  • RAW Grayscale
  • Input/Output & Power
  • Data: USB 2.0 (Mini B Female)
  • Camera Sync: USB 2.0
  • Power: Up To 500ma (nominally 140mA)
  • Sync breakout cable (sold separately)
  • Micro 9-pin connector
  • Slim 3U Technical Drawings with Pinout
System Requirements
  • Windows Vista/7/8/10
  • 1GHz processor
  • 1GB of RAM
  • 50MB of available disk space
  • USB 2.0 Hi-speed port
In the Box 
  • Camera
  • 1 Quick Start Guide

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between a commercial and non-commercial licence?
A non-commercial or home licence is for individual use only. It can only be purchased if you are not receiving monetary gain from the use of the software.
A Commercial licence is for customers who are receiving income from the use of the software

How do I get a Demo of this software?
Just send us an email to and we will send you a link.

I have chosen “lock to my hardware” for my delivery method – what happens next?
Once our sales team have reviewed your order, you will be emailed a download link to download your software. You will then need to provide us with your hardware id from the pixelwarp software panel.
The hardware id is located in the licence tab. Please email this to us at along with  your order number. We will then send you a release code to lock your software to your pc. Please note: it cannot be moved to another pc.

What happens if my PC fails and I need to change a component?
When you change a part, the software will generate another hardware id. This tells us which part is changed and that it is still essentially the same computer. We will then issue another code for that PC. If all the parts are changed, we cannot issue another code. If you think you are likely to have these kinds of problems, or want to use on more than one computer, purchase the USB Key version.

My USB key has failed, what can I do?
In the unlikely event that your key has failed, you can return it for a full replacement.

What is the Add Autoblend licence option?
This allows you to use the camera configuration file from Autoblend.

What is Autoblend?
This allows for automatic calibration of your warp and blend arrangement of your screen image via a simple camera like a webcam. The file is then imported into Pixelwarp .