NorPix, Inc. Datasheets for Low Light Cameras

Low light cameras are a type of video camera with extreme photon sensitivity, and are excellent for recording in situations where only ambient levels of light are available. Common deployments include overnight surveillance and remote machine monitoring.
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Product Name Notes
StreamPix Station Airborne For applications requiring shock and vibration resistance. Built to withstand shock and vibrations and approved for military use, the Rugged 3U server ensures sustained performance under extreme conditions, such as...
TroublePix 500 High speed portable troubleshooting system at 500 fps x 640 x 480 x monochrome Features: High speed portable troubleshooting system at 500 fps x 640 x 480 x monochrome. GigE...
TroublePix 200 High speed portable troubleshooting system. Portable high speed video troubleshooting system. Using rugged portable laptop. Touch screen compatible. Record, playback and review simultaneously. Continuous looping. Supports a wide array of...
StreamPix Station GigE Vision NorPix can provide custom multi-camera recording systems to fit your needs. StreamPix 5 Description 4 cameras x 60 fps 4 cameras at 60 fps x 640 x 480 on a...
Streampix 5-PrePost Multi Camera Troubleshooting For troubleshooting applications requiring multiple cameras. Monitor a single target from various angles. StreamPix4 is compatible with multiple cameras at various speeds and resolutions. Troubleshoot your production line or analyze...
StreamPix Station 625/1250
TroublePix 2000
StreamPix and TroublePix operate at their best using state of the art StreamPix Station 625 and 1250 computers. These fine tuned computers are assembled in our labs with carefully selected...