At LASER World of Photonics 2017, Laser2000—a distributor for Active Silicon—will showcase the company’s FireBird Camera Link Deca frame grabber, which is available in a full-height version with front panel I/O, as well as a low profile, half-height version, which enables the frame grabber to be used in in small embedded PC enclosures and rackmount cases where full height PC cards are not suitable. The frame grabber supports the Camera Link 2.0 interface and includes both 80 bit modes: 8 bit 10-tap and 10 bit 8-tap modes – often referred to as Camera Link “Deca,” at clock rates up to 85 MHz. The Gen2 x4 PCIe bus can sustain a continuous 1.7Gbytes/s throughput and is fast enough to cope with the full data rate. Additionally, the GenICam-compliant frame grabber features a software development kit and a range of third-party software drivers for packages such as Cognex VisionPro, Common Vision Blox, HALCON, StreamPix, LabVIEW, etc.
LASER World of Photonics 2017 booth number: Hall B3, Booth 103
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Contact:Active Silicon Ltd.
Headquarters: Iver, England, UK
Product: FireBird Camera Link Deca frame grabber
Key Features: Supports 2.0 Camera Link interface, GenICam compliant, low profile/full height options, includes both 80 bit modes: 8 bit 10-tap and 10 bit 8-tap modes at clock rates up to 85 MHz.
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