Fastec Imaging Corporation is dedicated to designing and manufacturing high speed digital imaging solutions that are convenient, easy to use and economical.
Fastec was founded by industry experts to develop new solutions for markets that have long dealt with expensive, complex and over-engineered cameras. Fastec designs and builds high-speed cameras that offer excellent performance at reasonable cost, tailored to the needs of these specific markets:
High-Speed Motion Analysis—Manufacturing, maintenance and research professionals in hundreds of industries need to see, measure and understand high-speed processes. These processes are too fast to see with the human eye, and slowing down the process so that you can see what’s happening usually changes the conditions that caused the problems and they disappear, only to come back when the line is speeded up. Traditional ultrahigh-speed video cameras can be costly, cumbersome, and difficult to set up and operate. Fastec high-speed digital video cameras provide performance consistent with the needs of most companies in portable packages that are easy to use and operate, as well as being very affordable. The Fastec TroubleShooter and Ranger high-speed digital cameras were designed to incorporate advanced CMOS sensor technology with practical, portable packaging and an integrated viewing screen.
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