New input module improves Bandit II-RGB and MV frame grabbers
SEPTEMBER 18--Coreco Imaging (Montreal, Quebec, Canada; www.corecoimaging.com) has introduced a digital input module for the Bandit-II RGB (AGP) and Bandit-II MV frame grabbers that further extends image-acquisition and processing capabilities of both boards.
SEPTEMBER 18--Coreco Imaging (Montreal, Quebec, Canada; www.corecoimaging.com), a developer of high-performance machine-vision products, has introduced a digital input module for the Bandit-II RGB (AGP) and Bandit-II MV frame grabbers that further extends image-acquisition and processing capabilities of both boards. The Bandit-II Digital Module acquires images at resolutions of up to 2048 x 1024 pixels from single- or dual-tap area scan cameras, 8-bits/pixel wide at 60 MHz or 10-bit/pixel wide at 30 MHz in dual channel mode. LVDS and RS-422 compatible, the Digital Module features four 256 x 8-bit and one 1024 x 8-bit programmable input lookup tables.
The latest addition to the Bandit-II product line, the Bandit-II RGB is a high-performance frame grabber that offers developers of color vision applications extensive acquisition and display functionality. The frame grabber's flexible, state-of-the-art acquisition control unit can acquire images from a mix of video, s-video, monochrome multiplexed, and RGB cameras, including JAI's new CV-M77 RGB camera. OEMs can now interface the Bandit-II RGB with widely used two-tap digital-output LVDS format cameras.
All Bandit-II RGB and Bandit MV frame grabber applications are developed under Windows NT, Windows 2000, and Windows XP using Coreco Imaging's Sapera, WiT, or IFC software-development libraries. Coreco Imaging's software-development tools allow users to develop applications with C DLLs, C++ classes, or ActiveX controls on Microsoft Visual C/C++ 6.0 (or higher) or Visual Basic 6.0 (or higher) development platforms.
The Bandit-II Digital Module is sold as a bundle with the Bandit-II RGB and MV frame grabbers.