1 MPx to 2.6 MPx sensors | up to 225,000 fps | 4 models |  Compact and Portable
The i-SPEED 2 series bring portability and power to your application without exhausting your budget. Choose from four models based on your resolution needs (1MPx to 2.6MPx), your speed requirements (up to 2.77GPx/sec) and your record durations (up to 16GB internal RAM). The i-SPEED 2 isn't playing the game, it's changing the game.
Compact and budget-friendly, the i-SPEED 2 Series cameras are ideally suited for environments where
there is limited space for a high-speed camera installation. Outstanding performance features make i-SPEED 2 cameras excellent analysis tools, producing reliable images regardless of low light conditions, temperature extremes, shock and vibration.
i-SPEED 203 Performance in a Compact
The i-SPEED 203 high-speed camera offers a light-sensitive CMOS sensor delivering excellent light
sensitivity and superb image quality with a high level of detail to record and replay. With maximum
speed of 225,000 fps and 1280 x 864 resolution at 2,500 fps, this camera is ideal for most life sciences,
robotics, and machinery applications in slow motion.
203 Quantum Efficiency - Color
203 Quantum Efficiency - Mono
Compact and robust
The i-SPEED 203 puts slow motion in the
palm of your hand. The small form factor
fits where other cameras cannot:
microscope optical mounts, engine
compartments, assembly lines, mounted on
The new i-SPEED Junction Box (i-SPEED JBOX) delivers the ultimate tool to simplify a multi-camera setup. Available in two versions, Instrumentation and Rugged, the i-SPEED JBOX design and engineering makes it easy to connect to as many as four i-SPEED 203 high-speed cameras.
With memory levels of 8GB and 16GB, the i-SPEED 203 can capture events of extended durations.
PC control software
RECORD with i-SPEED Control
EDIT with i-SPEED Movie Maker
ANALYZE with ProAnalyst By Xcitex
SHARE with i-SPEED Viewer
i-SPEED Control One or Control Multi-DAQ
(for i-SPEED 203) has been developed to
handle large amounts of data, fast
transmission, and ultra-slow motion in
captured videos. Menus and workspace are
structured for intuitive workflow. Define
your trigger setting with just one click,
adjust video playback speed, and mark your
videos with helpful information such as a
time stamp, frame rate, resolution, or
trigger information. The user-friendly
control software is suited for a wide range
of video applications, including
manufacturing processes, R&D, testing,
robotics, biomechanics, and sports science.
Multiple trigger modes
Trigger events manually, choose post-trigger Burst mode, or the optional Video Trigger.
The i-SPEED 203 can be controlled with the global standard GenICam generic
programming interface for industrial cameras.
A real-time video trigger system has been added to the i-SPEED® Software Suite—for when you can’t use a wired trigger, or when you want to use the event itself to trigger the camera recording. This new
system works by monitoring changes in luminance value of a defined location in the camera scene. This
feature is available only for the i-SPEED 203 running Control Multi-DAQ.
Software developer's kit (SDK)
iX Cameras will provide the SDK kit and the
technical support to customize the software
to meet your specific applications needs.
We will work with you to integrate program
commands into your own software to allow
you full control of all i-SPEED 203 camera
functions and features.
Motion analysis software included
Turn your i-SPEED camera into a precision
measurement device with ProAnalyst®,
premium video analysis software from
Xcitex Inc. Analyze, graph and output speed,
acceleration, and angular motion. Measure
fluid dynamics, PIV, displacement, and
more with optional toolkits.
i-SPEED 210/211/220 Compact, Versatile,
Easy to Use
High-sensitivity CMOS sensors provide 1.3
million pixels of resolution at 500 fps
(models 210 and 211) and 2.6 megapixel
resolution at 600 fps (model 220).
Combined with the global exposure shutter,
these cameras produce images that are
ideal for microscopy, robotics, auto-crash
testing, graphics inspection, 3-D
biomechanics, sports, web inspection, and
210/211 Quantum Efficiency
220 Quantum Efficiency
Control DX software
i-SPEED Control DX software provides a complete user-friendly interface for recording, playback, and editing of i-SPEED 2 high-speed videos. This powerful camera control software has been developed
specifically to handle large amounts of data, fast transmission, and ultra-slow motion. Control DX is ideal
for a wide range of video applications including manufacturing and process automation, quality
assurance testing, research and development, biomechanics, and sports.
Camera connect features allow the user to connect to one or more cameras and save user profiles in local languages.
Camera capture features include Low Light mode, digital gain, and dynamic range adjustment.
Video review provides multi-camera playback, jump to trigger frame, and video clip creation.
Save and export in a variety of formats.
Additional features include Image Processing, and a variety of recording, sync, and trigger modes.
The i-SPEED 211 comes with an internal
battery making this camera ideal for
untethered portable field work. Charge,
unplug, and record. Battery life is 1 hour
while recording and 1.5 hours while in
Compact, lightweight, easy to use
Whether attached to machinery or
mounted on a tripod, the small form factor
of the i-SPEED 2 Series cameras fits where
other cameras cannot.
i-SPEED 2 models running Control DX
software have two trigger modes, Normal and Burst. Triggering can be accomplished via software, external trigger switch, or the trigger button on the model 211.
All i-SPEED 2 Series cameras can be
controlled with the global standard GenICam generic programming interface for industrial cameras.
i-SPEED Control DX software provides a
video trigger option for the 210, 211, and
220 models. The video trigger window
works like a sensor. When video triggering
is activated, a reference image of the
current scene is stored. In all following
frames, the video trigger window is
compared to the reference image.
Depending on the trigger settings for gray
difference and relative object size, changes
in the window will trigger the camera.
Capture extended-duration events with
memory levels that can be upgraded from 2GB to 4GB (models 210 and 220), or 4GB to 8GB (model 211).
For use in harsh environments, select the
Hi-G option. i-SPEED 2 cameras with Hi-G
are certified to 100G shock and 20G
vibration for the most physically demanding
Connect the i-SPEED 211 to an IRIG-B
generator to synchronize your camera’s
Choose this option to partition the camera’s
internal memory to a maximum of 16