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Phrontier Technologies

For over a decade Phrontier Technologies LLC has been the leading provider of high-speed fibre optic products and solutions for machine vision.

Phrontier continuously develops and produces innovative and high quality fibre optic extension systems that easily allow image transmittion distances up to 80 km. Due to their robust metal enclosures, they are highly suitable for rough industrial environments. Phrontier has also developed a series of USB 3.0 products and active cables to extend the superspeed USB 3.0 connection beyond the typical 3 metres reach limit.

  • Standalone fibre extenders
  • Direct plug-in compact adapters
  • CameraLink repeaters, splitters, and switches
  • CWDM mux/deMux solutions for slip ring and multi-camera applications
  • OEM solutions
  • USB products comply with USB 3.0 specs and are backwards compatible with USB 2.0 devices and platforms
Phrontier Phorce - USB 3.0 fibre extender to 150 m
  • Extends SuperSpeed USB 3.0 to 150 m
  • Low power consumption
  • Compact yet robust
Phrontier Phly - Mini CameraLink Repeater
  • Mini CameraLink Repeater in a slim yet robust metal case
  • Regenerates signals for CameraLink cameras and frame grabbers to double link distance
  • Transmits high speed data with flexible PoCL configurations
Phrontier Clever
  • CameraLink Splitter/Repeater
  • Data rate up to 85 MHz
  • Can be cascaded for multiple cameras

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Mini PHIRE CameraLink Adaptor Data sheets 370.9 KB
PHORCE USB3.0 Standalone | V0.2 Data sheets 356.6 KB
Phrontier PHIRE CameraLink Adapter Data sheets 451.1 KB
Phrontier PHIRE-S CameraLink Single Fibre Adapter Data sheets 436.1 KB
Phrontier PHOX CameraLink Fibre Extender Data sheets 148.8 KB

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Fast CameraLink transmission over long distances


Phrontier's PHOX-F family allows CameraLink transmission rates over distances well beyond conventional technologies.

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