BitFlow to showcase CoaXPress frame grabbers at SPIE DSS 2014
BitFlow, Inc. will showcase its Cyton CXP4 four-channel frame grabbers, which are based on the CoaXPress standard, at SPIE DSS 2014 from May 5-9 in Baltimore, MD.
BitFlow, Inc. will showcase its Cyton CXP4 four-channel frame grabbers, which are based on the CoaXPress standard, at SPIE DSS 2014 from May 5-9 in Baltimore, MD. Cyton CXP4 frame grabbers support video capture speeds of up to 6.250 Gb/S in applications deploying one to four CXP-6 cameras. CXP4 frame grabbers also allow control commands, triggers, and power to be sent to and from cameras over the same 75 Ohm coaxial cable, and also feature programmable region of interest sub-windowing. In addition, Cyton CXP4 frame grabbers are packaged with BitFlow’s software development kit, which supports both 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems and allows users to create, modify, and test configuration files without requiring knowledge of the frame grabber’s internal architecture. Free drivers can also be downloaded for most third-party machine vision packages, including HALCON, LabView, VisionPro, and MATLAB.
SPIE DSS 2014 booth number: 1206
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Headquarters: Woburn, MA, USA
Product: Cyton CXP4 frame grabbers
Key Features: Half-size x8 PCI Gen 2.0 Express board, CoaXPress 1.1 compliant, supports one to four CXP-6 cameras, supports multi-link CXP-6 cameras, supports CXP speeds from 1.250 to 6.250 Gb/S.
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