Basler Launches New Frame Grabber

May 13, 2024
Frame Grabber especially designed for inspections, factory automation applications.

Basler recently launched  a new frame grabber, the imaFlex CXP-12 Quad. This is a programmable four-port CoaXPress frame grabber, capable of running up to four area scan or line scan cameras, with a Xilinx Ultrascale +KU3P processor and 1.5 GB of on board memory.  It has CFA (Bayer), Grayscale, and RGB sensors with 32k or 64 k resolution (area scan) and 16k resolution (line scan). Basic processing features include Image Selector, Invert, LUT, Mirroring, Overflow Management, ROI, Tap Geometery Sorting, and White Balance.

The imaFlex CXP-12 Quad can support Linux 64-Bit and Windows 11/10 (64 Bit) and is  compatible with GenTL-based MV-software. Application Programming Interfaces include .net interface, Frame grabber SDK, and GenTL.

The imaFlex CXP-12 Quad is 167.64 mm long  x 111.15 mm high and weighs 274 g. It has an operating temperature range of 0°C to 50°C and can operate in 5 5 to 90% non-condensing humidity.  The frame grabber is especially designed for customized high performance machine vision tasks such as electronics and semiconductor inspections and factory automation applications.

To Learn More:

Contact: Basler AG

Headquarters: Ahrensburg, Germany

Product: imaFlex CXP-12 Quad frame grabber

Key Features: Programmable, CoaXPress, 1.5 GB onboard memory

What Basler says: View more information on imaFlex Quad CXP-12

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