PCI frame grabber frees CPU time

The PC-DIG image-capture board combines a frame grabber with digital I/O features to support as many as three monochrome 8-, 16-, and 32-bit digital area-scan and linescan cameras. It also supports 8-bit color cameras and 10-, 12-, and 14-bit image data. Images are trans ferred to on-board memory at up to 160 Mbytes/s and to system or VGA memory at rates of more than 100 Mbyte/s. Other features include two optocoupled trigger inputs, a 24-programmable timer/ counter, two RS-232 ports, and an opt

Mar 1st, 1999

PCI frame grabber frees CPU time

The PC-DIG image-capture board combines a frame grabber with digital I/O features to support as many as three monochrome 8-, 16-, and 32-bit digital area-scan and linescan cameras. It also supports 8-bit color cameras and 10-, 12-, and 14-bit image data. Images are trans ferred to on-board memory at up to 160 Mbytes/s and to system or VGA memory at rates of more than 100 Mbyte/s. Other features include two optocoupled trigger inputs, a 24-programmable timer/ counter, two RS-232 ports, and an opto22-compatible parallel port. Imaging Technology Inc., 55 Middlesex Turnpike, Bedford, MA 01730; (781) 275-2700; Fax: (781) 275-9590.

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