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DALSA to Present at KOFAS 2010

How Advanced Vision Solutions Enhance Factory Automation WATERLOO, Ontario - September 2, 2010 - DALSA Corporation [TSX: DSA], a global leader in digital imaging technology, together with its distributor ENVISION Co., Ltd, will feature the latest advancements in image sensors, cameras and processing at, September 7-10 in Seoul, Korea. DALSA's vision solutions will be showcased at the ENVISION...

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PCIe Frame Grabber provides 1,920 x 1,080 p resolution at 60 fps.
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PCIe Frame Grabber provides 1,920 x 1,080 p resolution at 60 fps.

Equipped with FPGA and 512 MB memory buffer, Model HDV62 delivers uncompressed images and video streaming in PCIe form factor in full 1,080p HD. Unit can stream uncompressed images to host PC and provide color space conversion in real-time via on-board hardware. Based on PCI Express® x4 form factor, board provides lossless pixel information for both spatial and frequency domain analysis, making...

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Composite Video Frame Grabber has 2 independent BNC jacks.
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Composite Video Frame Grabber has 2 independent BNC jacks.

Able to capture different resolution or format video from 2 cameras (NTSC, RS-170, PAL or CCIR) simultaneously, PIXCI® SV7 can transfer digitized video to PCI Express bus at video rate. It can also transfer images at full or reduced frame rates to computer or to other targets on PCI Express bus. Video signal can be conditioned with programmable gain, hue, brightness, saturation, and contrast...

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DALSA Machine Vision Technology at the China International Machine Vision Exhibition
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DALSA Machine Vision Technology at the China International Machine Vision Exhibition

SHANGHAI, CHINA - DALSA Corporation [TSX: DSA], a global leader in machine vision technology, will showcase its newest camera models including the BOA next-generation smart camera at the China International Machine Vision Exhibition 2010 in Shanghai, China, March 31 - April 2, 2010. In addition, DALSA will feature its most advanced Xcelera frame grabbers and its full line of area and line scan...

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Deploying Commercial Electronics in Rugged Environments
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Deploying Commercial Electronics in Rugged Environments

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Frame Grabber offers image capture rates up to 280 MBps.
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Frame Grabber offers image capture rates up to 280 MBps.

Supporting 2 high-resolution SILICON VIDEO® cameras on x1 PCI Express bus, PIXCI® SI2 comes with 64 MB of on-board memory, and allows capture of short bursts of high-resolution images from 2 cameras. It provides free-run and async capture modes, and is available with standard height or low-profile bracket. TTL trigger and strobe connectors allow async capture and strobe control, while 2 cameras...

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Frame Grabber supports 2 PoE channels and link aggregation.
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Frame Grabber supports 2 PoE channels and link aggregation.

Providing 2 independent Gigabit Ethernet ports with data transfer rates up to 1 Gbps, GIE62+ PoE frame grabber supports Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP), allowing 2 ports to be configured as Link Aggregation Group (LAG) and provide sustained maximum data rate of 2 Gbps. It also offers automatic detection of being a powered device within system to ensure connections between other PoE and...

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PCIe Video Frame Grabber suits hi-res HDTV video inputs.
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PCIe Video Frame Grabber suits hi-res HDTV video inputs.

In addition to HD SDI standard and digital HDMI or analog YPrPb format video inputs, Nexeon HD Xtra supports display and capture from HDTV sources up to 1080i and VGA display sources up to 1,280 x 1,024. Texas Instruments DM642 video processor and 64 MB on-board frame buffer memory, included, promote reliable video data capture and transmission. Other features include automatic digital camera...

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Frame Grabber works with 32-/64-bit Windows
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Frame Grabber works with 32-/64-bit Windows

Suited for medical and military industries, VGA2Ethernet PRO can capture image from VGA stream at resolutions up to 2,048 x 2,048, digitize it, and send it over network to local/remote computer. It achieves pixel rates up to 270 MP/sec and capture rates to 120 fps under different conditions. Via pre-compression technology, workload of standard compression algorithms is minimized by eliminating...

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Frame Grabber leverages PCI Express platform.
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Frame Grabber leverages PCI Express platform.

Designed to support Piranha HS 12k 90 kHz camera, Xcelera(TM)-HS PX8 uses HSLink machine vision connectivity interface to deliver image acquisition bandwidth of 1.5 GBps and host transfer bandwidth of 2 GBps over multiple-lane PCI Express implementations. HSLink delivers scalable bandwidth in 300 MBps steps, from 300-6,000 MBps. Applications include solar cell, flat panel display, semiconductor,...

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Frame Grabber transfers camera data to notebook computer.
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Frame Grabber transfers camera data to notebook computer.

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...

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