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EPIX: pixci-d2x

Frame Grabber Supports Over 300 Digital Output Cameras

The EPIX Camera Link for PCI PIXCI-D2X is designed for scientific and machine vision applications that require the highest image quality. To insure that precise camera data is...

Resolution    8 to 4,096 pixels per line, 1 to 4,096 lines per image (area scan), 1 to 65,534 lines per image (line scan)
Signals    Differential RS-644 or RS-422 camera / board signaling (camera dependent). Differential Trigger IN / Strobe OUT 2
Maximum frame rate    Camera Dependent
Connections    1 68-pin (SCSI II) cable receptacle, 2 10-pin headers
CE / FCC Certification    PIXCI D2X was tested per EMC directive 89/336/EEC and performed to class B.
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EPIX: pixci-ecb1

ExpressCard - Notebook Base Camera Link Frame Grabber

The EPIX Camera Link for ExpressCard PIXCI-ECB1 frame grabber supports all Base configuration Camera Link cameras with bandwidth requirements of 191 Megabytes (1528 Mbits) per...

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EPIX: pixci-ecb1-34

Base Camera Link ExpressCard/34 Frame Grabber

The EPIX Camera Link for ExpressCard PIXCI ECB 134 base Camera Link frame grabber plugs into an ExpressCard/34 or ExpressCard/54 slot in a notebook computer. With 200 megabyte per...

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EPIX: pixci-ecb2

ExpressCard - Notebook Dual Base Camera Link Frame Grabber

The EPIX Camera Link for ExpressCard PIXCI-ECB2 frame grabber provides two interfaces for any two Base camera link cameras. The PIXCI ECB2 is handled by EPIX' software as if two...

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EPIX: pixci-eb1

Low Cost & Profile, PoCL Base Camera Link PCI Express Frame Grabber

The EPIX Camera Link for PCI Express PIXCI-EB1 is a low cost, low profile frame grabber with Power over Camera Link (PoCL). The PIXCI EB1P is compatible with all area scan and...

Signal Input & Output    EIA RS-644 (LVDS) Drivers & Receivers support pixel clock frequencies up to 85 MHz
Conections    One 26-pin 3M MDR Camera Link connector for Base. 6-pin connector for Trigger, Frame Enable, and Strobe. Camera Link cables available
Data Transfers    Supports cameras with data output rates up to 250 MBytes/second. 64-bit memory addressing
Bus Requirements    PCI Express x1 slot. Operates in PCI Express x16, x8, x4, or x1 slot
Dimesions    8.38 cm long by 6.88 cm high (3.30" long x 2.71" high)
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EPIX: pixci-el1

Low Cost PCI Express X1 Frame Grabber For Camera Link Cameras

The EPIX Camera Link for PCI Express PIXCI-EL1 frame grabber supports Full, Medium, and Base configuration Camera Link cameras. Compatible with the PCI Express x1 (by one) bus,...

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EPIX: pixci-el1db

Dual Base Camera Link Frame Grabber In One PCI Express X1 Expansion Slot

The EPIX Camera Link for PCI Express PIXCI-EL1DB frame grabber provides two interfaces for any two Base camera link cameras. The PIXCI EL1DB is handled by EPIX' software as if two...

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EPIX: pixci-e4db

Dual Base Camera Link Frame Grabber For PCI Express

The EPIX Camera Link for PCI Express PIXCI-E4DB frame grabber connects two Base camera link cameras to the PCI Express bus. The PIXCI E4DB is handled by EPIX software as if two...

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EPIX: pixci-cl2

64-Bit/66MHz PCI Interface Board For Full, Medium & Base Configuration Camera Link Cameras

The EPIX Camera Link for PCI PIXCI-CL2 frame grabber supports Full, Medium, and Base configuration Camera Link cameras. Compatible with the 64-bit/ 66MHz PCI bus, the CL2 board...

PCI Bus    64-bit/66MHz or PCI-X
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EPIX: pixci-si2

Silicon Video Frame Grabbers, Up To 2 Cameras

The EPIX Silicon Video Frame Grabbers PIXCI-SI2 frame grabber provides low cost high resolution capture from two SILICON VIDEO cameras. Two cameras, operating at maximum...

Bus requirements    PCI Express bus x1 thru x16 slot.
Power requirements    1.56 Amps @ 3.3 Volts, 0.21 Amps @ 12 Volts With two SV9T001C 3-megapixel color cameras at 48 MHz pixel clock.
Dimensions (excluding bracket)    3.94 inches long by 2.75 inches high, 100 mm long by 70 mm high (Available with standard or low profile bracket.)
Transfer rates    Provides burst transfer rates, from cameras to on-board memory, up to 280 megabytes per second. Transfer rates from on-board memory through the PCI Express bustypically reach 202 megabytes per second
On-board memory    64 megabytes of frame buffer memory
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EPIX: pixci-si4

Silicon Video Frame Grabbers, Up To 4 Cameras

The EPIX Silicon Video Frame Grabbers PIXCI-SI4 frame grabber supports 1 to 4 SILICON VIDEO cameras. Cameras may be identical or mixed, and can operate simultaneously or...

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EPIX: pixci-sv7

Dual Composite Video Express Bus Frame Grabber

The EPIX Analog Video for PCI Express PIXCI-SV7 digitizes analog video from one or two standard composite video cameras (NTSC, RS-170, PAL or CCIR). The two inputs are...

Camera video formats    TSC, RS-170, PAL or CCIR
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EPIX: pixci-sv5

Analog Video For PCI, 2 BNC And 1 S-Video Multiplexed Inputs

The EPIX Analog Video for PCI PIXCI-SV5 is a video-rate frame grabber that captures high quality, uncompressed, scientific quality digital images from standard analog output video...

4 Pin DIN    S-Video Input
Two BNC-Jacks    Composite Video Inputs
DB15    TTL I/O Triggers
Color or Monochrome Video Acquisition    S-Video, RS-170, CCIR, NTSC, PAL
Resolution-Pixels    754x480: RS-170, NTSC, S-Video 922x580: CCIR, PAL, S-Video
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EPIX: pixci-d3x

Frame Grabber Supports Over 24 Multi-Channel Digital Output Cameras

The EPIX Camera Link for PCI PIXCI-D3X is a PCI-compatible imaging board supporting camera configurations with 3 to 8 data channels, or with 30 to 64 total data bits - cameras...

Resolution    8 to 4,096 pixels per line, 1 to 4,096 lines per image (area scan), 1 to 65,534 lines per image (line scan)
Signals    Differential RS-644, Differential Trigger IN / Strobe OUT (Optional "TTL Module" allows TTL Trigger IN and TTL Strobe OUT)
Connections    1 100-pin cable receptacle, 2 10-pin headers
Maximum frame rate    Camera Dependent
CE / FCC Certification    PIXCI D3X was tested per EMC directive 89/336/EEC and performed to class B.
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EPIX: pixci-si1

Silicon Video Frame Grabbers, Supports One Camera

The EPIX Silicon Video Frame Grabbers PIXCI-SI2 frame grabber provides low cost high resolution capture from two SILICON VIDEO cameras. Two cameras, operating at maximum...

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EPIX: pixci-sv5a

Analog Video For PCI, 3 Multiplexed BNC Inputs

The EPIX Analog Video for PCI PIXCI-SV5A offers 3 multiplexed BNC inputs. All other features on the PIXCISV5A are identical to the PIXCI

Capture FIELDs to Double the Capture Rate    If fast capture rate is more important than vertical resolution, then selecting the Field at Field mode doubles a field capture rate while cutting vertical resolution in half. Capture 50 fields per second from a PAL or CCIR camera; capture 60 fields per second from an NTSC or RS-170 camera
Capture FIELDs instead of full Frames    If memory or storage capacity is limited, and field resolution is sufficient, then selecting, Field at Frame allows the capturing of a sequence of fields instead of a sequence of frames (at the camera’s 25 frames per second (fps) PAL/CCIR or 30 fps NTSC/RS-170). The PIXCI SV5 Video Format menu allows resolution selection in single pixel increments for greater control, but Field at Frame offers a simple “one-click” option for added convenience
Capture Frame at Frame    This is the default capture option offering maximum vertical resolution images at the camera’s frame rate. Selected Capture from Three Video Sources using one PIXCI SV5(A): The PIXCI SV5 imaging board features a 3-input video multiplexer that allows signal selection from two BNC and one S-Video input. The PIXCI SV5A allows signal selection from three BNC inputs
Capture from Multiple PIXCI SV5 boards    As many as eight PIXCI® SV5 boards can be installed in one computer allowing selected capture from multiple video sources controlled by a single program. Because the multiplexer on each board allows connection of up to 3 sources, a total of 24 sources can be connected. Simultaneous capture from up to eight sources is possible – subject to the bandwidth constraints of the PCI bus or buses on the selected motherboard. There are motherboards with multiple PCI buses. Each PCI bus has a bandwidth of approximately 110 megabytes per second. Capture Short Sequence with Selected Image Save: The XCAP-Lite imaging program, provided at no charge with the purchase of the PIXCI SV5 imaging board, allows sequence capture into as much as 64 Mbytes of computer memory. Individual images can be saved one at a time
Capture and Save Sequence into PC Memory    The optional XCAP-Ltd imaging program allows maximum resolution and frame rate sequence capture into the computer’s available memory, to a maximum of approximately 3 to 3.5 gigabytes. At full resolution and frame rate, capture a color sequence with duration of 150 seconds, or a monochrome sequence with duration of 300 seconds. Capture and Save Sequence to Hard Drive: The optional XCAP-Std imaging program ($1495) allows maximum resolution and frame rate sequence capture direct to a 7200 rpm drive or to a RAID system. Using a 750 gigabyte drive, XCAP-Std can capture a full resolution uncompressed sequence for up to 5 hours from a color source, or for up to 10 hours from a monochrome source. Longer sequence capture is available with more drives
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EPIX: pixci-sv5b

Analog Video For PCI, 1 BNC Input And 1 Loop Thru BNC Output

The EPIX Analog Video for PCI PIXCI-SV5B offers 1 BNC input and 1 Loop Thru BNC output. The S-Video and trigger connectors are removed to allow for a low-profile PCI form factor...

Capture FIELDs to Double the Capture Rate    If fast capture rate is more important than vertical resolution, then selecting the Field at Field mode doubles a field capture rate while cutting vertical resolution in half. Capture 50 fields per second from a PAL or CCIR camera; capture 60 fields per second from an NTSC or RS-170 camera
Capture FIELDs instead of full Frames    If memory or storage capacity is limited, and field resolution is sufficient, then selecting, Field at Frame allows the capturing of a sequence of fields instead of a sequence of frames (at the camera’s 25 frames per second (fps) PAL/CCIR or 30 fps NTSC/RS-170). The PIXCI SV5 Video Format menu allows resolution selection in single pixel increments for greater control, but Field at Frame offers a simple “one-click” option for added convenience
Capture Frame at Frame    This is the default capture option offering maximum vertical resolution images at the camera’s frame rate. Selected Capture from Three Video Sources using one PIXCI SV5(A): The PIXCI SV5 imaging board features a 3-input video multiplexer that allows signal selection from two BNC and one S-Video input. The PIXCI SV5A allows signal selection from three BNC inputs
Capture from Multiple PIXCI SV5 boards    As many as eight PIXCI® SV5 boards can be installed in one computer allowing selected capture from multiple video sources controlled by a single program. Because the multiplexer on each board allows connection of up to 3 sources, a total of 24 sources can be connected. Simultaneous capture from up to eight sources is possible – subject to the bandwidth constraints of the PCI bus or buses on the selected motherboard. There are motherboards with multiple PCI buses. Each PCI bus has a bandwidth of approximately 110 megabytes per second. Capture Short Sequence with Selected Image Save: The XCAP-Lite imaging program, provided at no charge with the purchase of the PIXCI SV5 imaging board, allows sequence capture into as much as 64 Mbytes of computer memory. Individual images can be saved one at a time
Capture and Save Sequence into PC Memory    The optional XCAP-Ltd imaging program allows maximum resolution and frame rate sequence capture into the computer’s available memory, to a maximum of approximately 3 to 3.5 gigabytes. At full resolution and frame rate, capture a color sequence with duration of 150 seconds, or a monochrome sequence with duration of 300 seconds. Capture and Save Sequence to Hard Drive: The optional XCAP-Std imaging program ($1495) allows maximum resolution and frame rate sequence capture direct to a 7200 rpm drive or to a RAID system. Using a 750 gigabyte drive, XCAP-Std can capture a full resolution uncompressed sequence for up to 5 hours from a color source, or for up to 10 hours from a monochrome source. Longer sequence capture is available with more drives
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EPIX: pixci-sv5l

Analog Video For PCI, 2 Mini BNC And 1 S-Video Multiplexed Inputs

The EPIX Analog Video for PCI PIXCI-SV5L offers 2 Mini BNC and 1 S-Video multiplexed inputs. The PIXCISV5L trigger connector has been removed to allow for a...

Capture FIELDs to Double the Capture Rate    If fast capture rate is more important than vertical resolution, then selecting the Field at Field mode doubles a field capture rate while cutting vertical resolution in half. Capture 50 fields per second from a PAL or CCIR camera; capture 60 fields per second from an NTSC or RS-170 camera
Capture FIELDs instead of full Frames    If memory or storage capacity is limited, and field resolution is sufficient, then selecting, Field at Frame allows the capturing of a sequence of fields instead of a sequence of frames (at the camera’s 25 frames per second (fps) PAL/CCIR or 30 fps NTSC/RS-170). The PIXCI SV5 Video Format menu allows resolution selection in single pixel increments for greater control, but Field at Frame offers a simple “one-click” option for added convenience
Capture Frame at Frame    This is the default capture option offering maximum vertical resolution images at the camera’s frame rate. Selected Capture from Three Video Sources using one PIXCI SV5(A): The PIXCI SV5 imaging board features a 3-input video multiplexer that allows signal selection from two BNC and one S-Video input. The PIXCI SV5A allows signal selection from three BNC inputs
Capture from Multiple PIXCI SV5 boards    As many as eight PIXCI® SV5 boards can be installed in one computer allowing selected capture from multiple video sources controlled by a single program. Because the multiplexer on each board allows connection of up to 3 sources, a total of 24 sources can be connected. Simultaneous capture from up to eight sources is possible – subject to the bandwidth constraints of the PCI bus or buses on the selected motherboard. There are motherboards with multiple PCI buses. Each PCI bus has a bandwidth of approximately 110 megabytes per second. Capture Short Sequence with Selected Image Save: The XCAP-Lite imaging program, provided at no charge with the purchase of the PIXCI SV5 imaging board, allows sequence capture into as much as 64 Mbytes of computer memory. Individual images can be saved one at a time
Capture and Save Sequence into PC Memory    The optional XCAP-Ltd imaging program allows maximum resolution and frame rate sequence capture into the computer’s available memory, to a maximum of approximately 3 to 3.5 gigabytes. At full resolution and frame rate, capture a color sequence with duration of 150 seconds, or a monochrome sequence with duration of 300 seconds. Capture and Save Sequence to Hard Drive: The optional XCAP-Std imaging program ($1495) allows maximum resolution and frame rate sequence capture direct to a 7200 rpm drive or to a RAID system. Using a 750 gigabyte drive, XCAP-Std can capture a full resolution uncompressed sequence for up to 5 hours from a color source, or for up to 10 hours from a monochrome source. Longer sequence capture is available with more drives
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EPIX: pixci-sv5s

Analog Video For PCI, 2 BNC And 1 S-Video Multiplexed Inputs

The EPIX Analog Video for PCI PIXCI-SV5S offers 2 BNC and 1 S-Video multiplexed inputs. The PIXCISV5S adds additional circuitry that separates the vertical sync....

Capture FIELDs to Double the Capture Rate    If fast capture rate is more important than vertical resolution, then selecting the Field at Field mode doubles a field capture rate while cutting vertical resolution in half. Capture 50 fields per second from a PAL or CCIR camera; capture 60 fields per second from an NTSC or RS-170 camera
Capture FIELDs instead of full Frames    If memory or storage capacity is limited, and field resolution is sufficient, then selecting, Field at Frame allows the capturing of a sequence of fields instead of a sequence of frames (at the camera’s 25 frames per second (fps) PAL/CCIR or 30 fps NTSC/RS-170). The PIXCI SV5 Video Format menu allows resolution selection in single pixel increments for greater control, but Field at Frame offers a simple “one-click” option for added convenience
Capture Frame at Frame    This is the default capture option offering maximum vertical resolution images at the camera’s frame rate. Selected Capture from Three Video Sources using one PIXCI SV5(A): The PIXCI SV5 imaging board features a 3-input video multiplexer that allows signal selection from two BNC and one S-Video input. The PIXCI SV5A allows signal selection from three BNC inputs
Capture from Multiple PIXCI SV5 boards    As many as eight PIXCI® SV5 boards can be installed in one computer allowing selected capture from multiple video sources controlled by a single program. Because the multiplexer on each board allows connection of up to 3 sources, a total of 24 sources can be connected. Simultaneous capture from up to eight sources is possible – subject to the bandwidth constraints of the PCI bus or buses on the selected motherboard. There are motherboards with multiple PCI buses. Each PCI bus has a bandwidth of approximately 110 megabytes per second. Capture Short Sequence with Selected Image Save: The XCAP-Lite imaging program, provided at no charge with the purchase of the PIXCI SV5 imaging board, allows sequence capture into as much as 64 Mbytes of computer memory. Individual images can be saved one at a time
Capture and Save Sequence into PC Memory    The optional XCAP-Ltd imaging program allows maximum resolution and frame rate sequence capture into the computer’s available memory, to a maximum of approximately 3 to 3.5 gigabytes. At full resolution and frame rate, capture a color sequence with duration of 150 seconds, or a monochrome sequence with duration of 300 seconds. Capture and Save Sequence to Hard Drive: The optional XCAP-Std imaging program ($1495) allows maximum resolution and frame rate sequence capture direct to a 7200 rpm drive or to a RAID system. Using a 750 gigabyte drive, XCAP-Std can capture a full resolution uncompressed sequence for up to 5 hours from a color source, or for up to 10 hours from a monochrome source. Longer sequence capture is available with more drives
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EPIX: pixci-a310

PCIe X4 Frame Grabber For High Resolution, High Quality, Analog Video

The EPIX Analog Video for PCI Express PIXCI-A310 video frame grabber acquires images from monochrome or component RGB color, interlaced or progressive scan, from cameras or other...

Video Formats    UXGA, WSGA , WXGA, SXGA , SXGA, XGA, SVGA, VGA, RS343, CCIR, RS-170, and others
Supported Resolutions Include    1920x1080p, 1920x1080i, 1280x720p, 720x480p, 720x576p, and others
Bit Depth    30, 24, 10, or 8 bits per pixel
Pixel Clock Range    12 MHz to 165 MHz
Maximum PCIe Data Rate    700 Megabyte per second sustained data transfer
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EPIX: pixci-ec1

ExpressCard - Notebook Camera Link Frame Grabber

The EPIX Camera Link for ExpressCard PIXCI-EC1 frame grabber supports all Full, Medium, and Base configuration Camera Link cameras with bandwidth requirements of 191 Megabytes...

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EPIX: pixci-cl1

Camera Link Interface

The EPIX Camera Link for PCI PIXCI-CL1 accepts data from a Camera Link camera while providing exposure, reset, and serial control. The PIXCI® CL1 capture and control board...

Resolution    8 to 4,096 pixels per line; 1 to 4,096 lines per image (area scan); 1 to 65,534 lines per image (line scan)
Signals    Differential RS-644; Differential Trigger IN / Strobe OUT; 2 TTL input/outputs
Connections    1 26-pin Camera Link; 1 9-pin D-Subminiature; 2 10-pin headers
Maximum frame rate    Camera Dependent
CE / FCC Certification    PIXCI CL1 was tested per EMC directive 89/336/EEC and performed to class B
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EPIX: pixci-e8

PCI Express X8 Frame Grabber For High Bandwidth Camera Link Cameras

The EPIX Camera Link for PCI Express PIXCI-E8 is a Camera Link frame grabber supporting the highest data rate cameras. The PIXCI E8 supports more than 900 Extended, Full, Medium,...

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EPIX: pixci-e104x4

Embedded Camera Link Applications PCIe/104 Frame Grabber

The EPIx PIxCI e104x4 is a PCIe/104 Frame Grabber For Embedded Camera Link Applications.


SIGNAL INPUT & OUTPUT    EIA RS-644 (LVDS) Drivers & Receivers support pixel clock frequencies up to 85 MHz.
CONNECTIONS    Four 26 pin MDR Camera Link connectors for up to four Base cameras or one or two 10 tap, Full, or Medium cameras.
Two 10 pin headers for trigger inputs and strobe outputs.
BUS REQUIREMENTS    Type 1 Bottom-Stacking PCIe/104 V2.01 With Gen 2.0 Protocol (2.5 to 5 GT/s)
POWER REQUIREMENTS    12 V @ 120 mA
3.3 V @ 720 mA
Total 3.816 Watts
DIMENSIONS    11.56 cm long by 9.59 cm high (4.55"" long x 3.775"" high)
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EPIX: pixci-sv8

Color & Monochrome Analog Video Frame Grabber

The EPIx PIxCI SV8 is a Frame grabber for color and monochrome analog video: S-Video, NTSC, PAL, RS-170,

Video connections    One S-Video input.
Four HD-BNC inputs.
Six optional video inputs.
Trigger and I/O Header    Trigger in and out.
Frame Enable in and out.
Dual GPIO in and out.
Eight optional ins or outs.
Bus    PCI Express x1 or wider.
Power Requirements    12 V @ 70 mA
3.3 V @ 390mA
Total 2.127 Watts
Dimensions    3.45 inches long by 2.713 inches high.
(8.67 cm long by 6.89 cm high).
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EPIX: pixci-eb1mini

Smallest Camera Link Frame Grabber

The PIXCI EB1mini frame grabber provides a vertical Camera Link SDR connector with FPGA on a single printed circuit board using a full size mini card slot. At the maximum Camera...

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EPIX: pixci-eb1minif

Smallest Camera Link Frame Grabber Series

The PIXCI EB1miniF moves the Camera Link connector to a separate board and connects the two with detachable flat ribbon cable. This allows for more mounting options in space...

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EPIX: pixci-eb1minig

Smallest Camera Link Frame Grabber Series

The PIXCI EB1miniG has the Camera Link connector on a separate circuit board and connects to the FPGA circuit board with two very flexible cables. This version requires less...

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EPIX: pixci-eb1minih

Smallest Camera Link Frame Grabber Series

The PIXCI EB1miniH has an SDR Camera Link connector and FPGA on a separate circuit board for mounting to the side of a small chassis. Two very flexible cables connect to a half...






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