These unique configurations adding the third camera enhances resolution, measurement angles for round specimens and much more!
Digital Image Correlation (DIC) is an optical, non-contact measurement technique used to determine the shape (contour), displacement and strain for experimental solid mechanic applications in materials testing. The technique can also be used to determine kinematic quantities of discrete points, such as rotations, velocities and accelerations.
DSM 85600 3-cam FlexDIC System (5 Mpx)
DSM 85700 3-cam FlexDIC System (12 Mpx)
The new 3-camera FlexDIC systems are fixed & pre-configurated.
3-camera FlexDIC systems offer the following advantages:
- A third camera allows the Central Reference Camera Perspective (CRCP) technique to be used.
- The system can be operated in either DAQ Triggered or Master/Slave mode. Using the DAQ Controller, the FlexDIC can read in up to 8x +/-10V analogue signals (i.e. for a load cell or LVDT). It also allows up to 2 analog outputs to be read-out from Istra4D (via the Real-Time Correlation Module)
- The FlexDIC system is completely modular and can be upgraded with additional lenses, calibration targets, illumination systems, and with additional cameras turning the system into a MulticamDIC system.
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