The Teledyne DALSA X64-LVDS frame grabber is a member of the X64 family. The X64-LVDS is suitable for all types of LVDS camera with a data depth of up to 64Bits.
The maximum possible data bandwidth is 528MB/s. The X64-LVDS has been
primarily developed for industry. This is why it offers features such as
robust design, guaranteed data security, long-term availability, top
performance and extensive interfacing options for integration into industrial
Exceptional transfer rates on the 64 bit/66MHz PCI bus
Because it fully supports the 64bit/66MHz PCI bus specification, the X64-LVDS
frame grabber permits four times the conventional transfer bandwidth compared
to the 32bit PCI bus. For compatibility reasons, this frame grabber can also
operate in a 32 bit/33MHz PCI bus or a PCI-X bus with a correspondingly
Guaranteed data security
Trigger-to-Image-Reliability is a design framework that ensures the
reliability of the image acquisition system and provides improved image
giving higher yields due to increased uptime and continuous image acquisition
process management. It also promotes innovation by enabling developers to
focus on core image processing features.
Real-time data sorting
The cornerstone of the board is the ACU-Plus (Acquisition Control Unit). This
ensures precise capture from various different camera and sensor types.
Data transfer with no CPU load
The DTE (Data Transfer Engine) ensures peak transfer rates of up to 528MB/s
with no CPU loading.
Various trigger modes
The X64-LVDS provides a variety of trigger and control modes. In addition to
the asynchronous image trigger and the pulse-width control modes for area scan
cameras, a programmable edge trigger input is provided which is an essential
precondition for line scan camera applications.
PCI frame grabber for the capture of digital signals up to 64 bits
Transfer rates of up to 528 MB/s via PCI bus
PCI 2.2 64 bit/66 MHz or 32 bit/33 MHz-compatible, slot-compatible 5V und 3.3V and PCI-X
Programmable sampling rate to 75 MHz per channel
Programmable image sizes up to 256 k x 16 M (H/V) to an infinite number of lines for line scan cameras
Hardware-implemented, self-loading scatter/gather DMA transfer permits data transfer without CPU load
Two independent trigger inputs (TTL, RS422 or opto-isolated)
2 strobe outputs
12 digital, intelligent I/Os (optional)
2 independent shaft encoders (e.g. for the connection of an incremental encoder)
Interrupt support for various events
8 look-up tables (LUT), each up to 64 KB
RS-232 interface for direct camera control
Power supply for the camera 12V/5V 1.5A
Guaranteed reporting and location of data loss through "trigger to image-reliability"
Optional on-board preprocessing: Bayer-to-RGB conversion, shading correction. Others on request.
High-performance development software for Windows 2000/XP