COM Express embedded PC from Active Silicon supports up to four USB3 Vision cameras

Based on a COM Express carrier card, onto which the processor module and a PCIe/104 acquisition card are fitted, the USB3 Vision Processing Unit (VPU) from Active Silicon is designed to acquire image data from USB3 Vision cameras, process the image stream in real time, and provide several options for data output, including 3G-SDI.

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Based on a COM Express carrier card, onto which the processor module and a PCIe/104 acquisition card are fitted, the USB3 Vision Processing Unit (VPU) from Active Silicon is designed to acquire image data from USB3 Vision cameras, process the image stream in real time, and provide several options for data output, including 3G-SDI. Designed for industrial and medical use, the VPU features four inputs for USB3 Vision cameras and four 3G-SDI outputs arranged as two channels of 3G-SDI video, each with a duplicate output. The VPU’s assembly is fit into a custom housing and, based on the COM Express mezzanine standard, the processor module utilizes an Intel i7 processor, but various other processor options are also available. Additionally, the VPU features 1 RS-232 port, 1 GigE port, 1 DisplayPort, and a PCIe/104 expansion slot.

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Contact:Active Silicon Ltd.
Headquarters: Iver, England, UK
Product:
USB3 Vision Processing Unit
Key Features: Custom COM Express-based embedded PC, Intel i7 processor (other options available), 4 USB 3.0 ports for USB3 Vision cameras, 4 3G-SDI outputs, 1 RS-232 port, PCIe/104 expansion.

What Active Silicon says:.
View more information on the VPU.

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