CoaXPress imaging boards from Euresys to be showcased at VISION 2016

Oct. 10, 2016
CoaXPress imaging boards and Memento Event Logging software tool from Euresys to be showcased at VISION 2016. 

At VISION 2016, Euresys will showcase its Coaxlink Quad G3 DF (pictured), and its Coaxlink Duo PCIe/104 CoaXPress imaging boards. The Quad G3 DF is a CoaXpress frame grabberwith four CXP-6 inputs and four CXP-6 data forwarding outputs. The frame grabber enables users to share the data coming from the camera between two or more host computers, and features a PCIe 3.0 (Gen 3) x4 bus with 3,300 MB/s bus bandwidth.

The Coaxlink Duo PCIe/104 is a ruggedized stackable card compliant with the PCIe/104 form factor. The board features two CoaXPress CXP-6 connections with 1,250 MB/s camera bandwidth and a PCIe 2.0 (Gen 2) x4 bus with 1,700 MB/s delivery bandwidth. It also features 10 digital I/O lines. Both cards come with the Memento Event Logging Tool, which is a software tool that records an accurate log of all the events related to the camera, the frame grabber, and its driver, as well as the application.

VISION 2016 booth number:
Hall 1, Stand D35

To Learn More:

Contact:Euresys
Headquarters
: Angleur, Belgium
Products:
Coaxlink Duo PCIe/104, Coaxlink Quad G3 DF
Key Features:
Two CoaXPress CXP-6 connections with 1,250 MB/s camera bandwidth and a PCIe 2.0 (Gen 2) x4 bus with 1,700 MB/s delivery bandwidth (Coaxlink Duo PCIe/104), four CXP-6 inputs and four CXP-6 data forwarding outputs (Coaxlink Quad G3 DF).

What Euresys says:
View more information on the Coaxlink Quad G3 DF.
View more information on the Coaxlink Duo PCIe/104.

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