Functions to Simplify the Recording Process
The VW-9000 greatly shortens the amount of time spent on setting and saving recordings by being able to recognise changes in motion automatically.
A detailed graph allows users to visually track and quantify the amount of movement (amount of change) of a target.
Capture and preview a video using the double memory feature, while only displaying scenes that show large changes in motion.
By analyzing the motion graph, this function recognises changes in behaviour and automatically leaves a marker associated with each time interval. Scene markers can also be added manually as needed. These markers allow users to display only the scenes that they want to view and skip other parts of the video.
Triggers dictate how information will be recorded once an event of interest has been observed. The VW-9000 supports both internal and external triggers to provide the most user-friendly methods of recording video.
Trigger video capture using an analogue voltage from devices such as displacement gauges or microphones (commercially available)
Triggers based on a change in brightness in a specified area of the screen
Capable of setting off a trigger with a detection signal from devices such as photoelectric or image sensors
Record video for up to 13 hours at a maximum speed of 1,800 fps. Because it's also possible to set end triggers, you can stop recording after an error has occurred and check behaviour retroactively.
The controller has a built-in single channel data logger. Videos and analogue waveforms from vibration gauges, displacement gauges, and other devices can be displayed in sync.
The VW-9000 can record high-speed video and any associated
• Correlate data from multiple devices to better understand the cause of a particular event
• Quantify motion (velocity, acceleration, etc)
• Accepts trigger inputs from external sensors