Frame Grabber transfers camera data to notebook computer.
December 2, 2009 -
PIXCI® ECB1-34 base Camera Link frame grabber features 200 MB/sec sustained data transfer rates, with burst transfers up to 250 MB/sec. Unit plugs into ExpressCard/34 or ExpressCard/54 slot in notebook computer. Capturing from line scan or area scan cameras operating in free-run or controlled mode, unit generates programmed width exposure signal to camera for each trigger input. It includes XCAP-Lite imaging program and optional TTL strobe output cable is available.
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Base Camera Link for Notebook Computer
The PIXCI® ECB1-34 base Camera Link frame grabber plugs into an ExpressCard/34 or ExpressCard/54 slot in a notebook computer. With 200 megabyte per second sustained data transfer rates, and burst transfers up to 250 megabytes per second, almost all base Camera Link cameras are supported.
The PIXCI® ECB1-34 captures from line scan or area scan cameras operating in either free-run or controlled mode. Controlled mode can use an optional TTL trigger input cable. The ECB1-34 generates a programmed width exposure signal to the camera for each trigger input. An optional TTL strobe output cable is available for strobed applications.
The PIXCI® ECB1-34 frame grabber priced at $595.00 includes the XCAP-Lite imaging program, offers dedicated camera control dialogs supporting hundreds of the newest, most advanced, highest bandwidth machine vision cameras.