Differential frame grabber for legacy vision systems introduced by BitFlow
Learn more about the latest frame grabber from BitFlow, the Neon-DIF, which is designed to support customers who use legacy different vision systems and is able to capture images at cameras’ highest frame/data rates by leveraging a PCI-e technology together with a camera link front end featuring a 32-bit differential interface, circa 1997.
Designed to support customers who use legacy differentvision systems, BitFlow has introduced the Neon-DIF differential frame grabber, which is able to capture images at cameras’ highest frame/data rates by leveraging a PCIe technology together with a Camera Lnk front end featuring a 32-bit differential interface, circa 1997. The Neon-DIF frame grabber enables users to keep existing LVDS and RS-422 cameras while utilizing BitFlow’s FlowThru architecture, which lets the frame grabber control, acquire, reformat and transfer video data directly into the user's application at camera speeds with zero CPU usage and almost zero latency. The frame grabber—which supports both 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems—acquires up to 32 bits at 85 MHz and supports images up to 256K x 128K.
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Headquarters: Woburn, MA, USA
Product: Neon-DIF differential frame grabber
Key Features: Half-Size x4 PCI Express Board, accepts LVDS and RS-422 signals, acquires up to 32 bits at 85 MHz, supports images up to 256K x 128K, no frame rate limit.
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