Adlink: Frame Grabber - just in case
21 May 2010
The PCI Express x4 Frame Grabber GIE62+ by Adlink supports two power-over- Ethernet cameras and enables data transfer rates of up to 2 GBit/s with cables of up to 100 m long. The Link Aggregation configuration allows easy and cost- effective connection of network devices with double data rate. Some camera versions by Allied Vision technologies use this technology to allow very high frame rates.
The frame grabber GIE62+ is ideal for applications in the automation industry. It provides both two opto-isolated inputs and outputs as well as two programmable TTL outputs to trigger external devices such as strobe lights.
The best model when considering the connection of FireWire cameras is the FIW 64 frame grabber. This four-channel PCI-Express-FireWire grabber is suitable for high-speed machine vision applications and provides up to four ports for 1394b (FireWire800). This makes data rates of up to 3.2 GBit/s possible. Four opto-isolated, digital inputs and outputs, four programmable TTL-Trigger outputs, power supply via industrial IEEE1394b screw lock connectors as well as status LEDs for every channel ensure the maximum user-friendliness of these cards.
The FIW62 version functions with two channels and almost identical technology. This model is compatible to PCI Express x1 and enables data rates of up to 800 MBit/s.
- Four channel PCI Express, IEEE 1394b Frame Grabber
- Data transfer rates up to 3.2 Gb/s
- Power supplied to the IEEE 1394b connectors
- Channel status LEDs
Adlink Technology, founded in 1994, is based in Taipei (Taiwan) and has further manufacturing sites in the US, China and Singapore. Adlink technology offers a large selection of products for embedded computing, as well as digital image acquisition for the industrial, medical and transport markets, as well as OEM applications in other markets.