Press Release Summary:
Available with or without Xilinx FPGA, IDP Express R2000 System supports 1 or 2 miniature CMOS high-speed camera heads at full or reduced resolution and speed. Without FPGA, system operates in typical, high-speed image acquisition capacity, writing image data directly to host computer's RAM. When operating with FPGA, R2000 system enables real-time hardware-based pre-processing while recording event.
Original Press Release:
Photron Introduces IDP Express R2000 System for High Speed, Real-Time Image Processing
San Diego, CA - Photron, Inc., a leading manufacturer of high speed cameras and image analysis software, introduces the new IDP Express R2000 system, for high speed, real-time image processing. The R2000 features an onboard field-programmable gate array (FPGA) to provide experienced developers unique access to the high-speed open-ended architecture.
The new system supports one or two of Photron's miniature CMOS high speed camera heads at full or reduced resolution and speed. It is available in two configurations, without the FPGA and with an XILINX FPGA. Without the FPGA, the R2000 operates in a typical, high-speed image acquisition capacity, writing image data directly to the host computer's RAM. Operating with the XILINX FPGA, the R-2000-F enables real-time hardware-based pre-processing while recording the event.
Photron offers a multitude of high speed imaging solutions with a full range of cameras from miniature to high definition, including the world's fastest high speed imager operating at up to 1.4 million frames per second and the brand new mega pixel to 10,000 fps Fastcam SA-X. The company's award-winning camera control and image acquisition software, Photron's Fastcam Viewer (PFV), now supporting both LabVIEW and MATLAB, is also available as a free download via the company's website. For more information, please visit: www.photron.com.
Photron USA, Inc. (www.photron.com), founded in 1974, is a world supplier of photo-instrumentation, high speed image processing systems and photo optical technologies for the automotive, industrial manufacturing, film and television, medical and military markets. Products include standard and custom high resolution, high-speed cameras, software, and systems for R&D, commercial and defense-related motion image analysis applications.