Frame grabber integrates four channels

The Viper-Quad PCI frame grabber performs simultaneous image acquisition from four monochrome camera channels, asynchronously. Each channel features an A/D converter, sync circuitry, antialiasing filter, and input LUTs and responds to four independent trigger events. The board can capture images at rates as high as 40 MHz per channel from progressive scan or interlaced cameras including Sony`s XC-7500 dual-output, progressive-scan camera. It also supports independent trigger input, strobe, integ

Frame grabber integrates four channels

The Viper-Quad PCI frame grabber performs simultaneous image acquisition from four monochrome camera channels, asynchronously. Each channel features an A/D converter, sync circuitry, antialiasing filter, and input LUTs and responds to four independent trigger events. The board can capture images at rates as high as 40 MHz per channel from progressive scan or interlaced cameras including Sony`s XC-7500 dual-output, progressive-scan camera. It also supports independent trigger input, strobe, integration, and digital I/O. For embedded digital-signal processing, developers can build vision systems by transferring Viper-Quad-acquired images across the 200-Mbyte/s CAB bus to the Python/C6 imaging accelerator. An optional module dedicated to image processing can be field-installed to operate on pixel data at rates to 200 Mbyte/s. Coreco Inc., 6969 Trans-Canada Hwy, Suite 142, St. Laurent, Quebec H4T 1V8, Canada; (514) 333-1301; Fax: (514) 333-1388.

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