A subchannel void sensor (SCVS) was improved to acquire time-resolve boiling two-phase flow in a 5-by-5 heated rod bundle at high-pressure and high-temperature. The SCVS consists of 6-by-6 wire electrodes and 5-by-5 rod electrodes. The SCVS can acquire a time series data of local void fraction at 32 points of central subchannel region in addition to 100 points of rod surface regions between rods. The devised sensors are installed in the heated rod bundle at eight height levels to acquire two-phase flow dynamics and its development. The axial and radial power profile of the heated rod bundle are uniform, and eight pairs of sheath thermocouples are embedded on the heated rod to monitor its surface temperature distribution. The paper addresses the axial and cross-sectional distributions of void fraction at various pressure and rod bundle power conditions, which simulates an accidental condition in reactor core and in a spent fuel pool of a boiling water reactor (BWR). The experimental data are suitable to validate the computational multi-fluid dynamics (CMFD) and subchannel codes.