Euresys to showcase new CoaXPress cards and PCIe video capture cards at AIA Vision Show

March 26, 2014
Euresys will demonstrate its newly-launched Coaxlink line of CoaXPress frame grabber cards, which target applications requiring high data rates and frame rates, real-time timing, longer cable length, and cable reliability, at the AIA Vision Show in Boston from April 15-17.

Euresys will demonstrate its newly-launched Coaxlink line of CoaXPressframe grabber cards, which target applications requiring high data rates and frame rates, real-time timing, longer cable length, and cable reliability, at the AIA Vision Show in Boston from April 15-17.The frame grabbers are available in four models: the Coaxlink Quad G3 (Up to four cameras, 25 Gbps, four CXP-6 connections, PCI 3.0), the Coaxlink Duo (Up to two cameras, 12.5 Gbps, two CXP-6 connections, PCIe 2.0), the Coaxlink Quad (Up to four cameras, four CXP-6 connections, PCI 2.0), and the Coaxlink Mono (One camera, 6.25 Gbps, one CXP-6 connection, PCI 2.0).The CoaXPress frame grabbers from Euresys are suitable for use in automated inspection applications, including printing, flat panel display, glass, as well as solder paste inspection.

Euresys will also showcase its new Picolo HD 3G DVI PCI Express video capture card, which is suitable for use in PC-based applications such asmedical imaging, microscopy, or laboratory applications.

AIA Vision Show booth number:224

To Learn More:

Contact:
Euresys
Headquarters
: Angleur, Belgium
Product:
Coaxlink frame grabbers
Key Features:
20 digital I/O lines, pixel formatting, image reconstruction, GenICam and MultiCam drivers, CoaXPress connection.

What Euresys says:
View more information on the Coaxlink frame grabbers.

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