LaVision offers a range of high-speed camera systems to match requirements in speed, performance, resolution and recording time to any specific application. Options like increased memory, special timing units for synchronization as well as customized software are available on request.
The HighSpeed IRO is a modular lens-coupled system to be mounted in front of (ultra-) high-speed cameras giving highest sensitivity in the UV range. Due to the special image intensifier configuration much higher signal output is achieved compared to standard single stage intensifier systems.
high-speed image intensifiers (HighSpeed IRO) for low light application with repetition rates up to 1 MHz
visualization of rotor blade tips
The Video-Stroboscope is a complete PC-controlled, image-acquisition system for investigation of visualised periodic and repetitive, non-periodic events. Fast moving objects are displayed in a still mode (phase locked) or in slow-motion on the PC monitor in real-time. The image sequences are stored simultaneously. No strobe light is necessary i.e. the object can be illuminated by a standard CW light source such as a halogen lamp or by day light.Hence, self-luminous objects can also be examined. For framing of fast moving objects very short shutter times has to be chosen. In this case high power-pulse illumination must be applied for good quality of recorded images.
hot metal drop impinging on a surface recorded at 25 kHz
Time-resolved PIV for flow analysis
Visualization of dynamic flow behaviour
Mixing and transport phenomena
Tracking of vortices, vortex collision, breakdown phenomena
Ballistics, spray formation, transient events, fast deformation