XCAP XCLIB PXIPL
PCIe x4 Frame Grabber
for High Resolution, High Quality, Analog Video
- High Bandwidth Analog Frame Grabber
- PCI Express x4 Bus
- Up to 700 Mbyte/sec Sustained Data Transfer
- Camera Frame Rate Sequence Capture
- Triggered Image Sequence Capture
- 64-Bit Memory Addressing
- Camera Integration & Async Reset Control
- Images stored to Memory, Hard Drive, SSD, or RAID
- Windows & Linux, 32 & 64–bit
- RoHS Compliant
The PIXCI® A310 video frame grabber acquires images from monochrome or component RGB color,
interlaced or progressive scan,
from cameras or other video sources,
with formats that include RS-170, CCIR, RS343, VGA, SVGA, XGA, WXGA, SXGA, SXGA+, WXGA, WSGA+, UXGA, and HDTV. HDTV capture resolutions available include 1920x1080p, 1920x1080i, 1280x720p, 720x480p, and 720x576p.
The PIXCI® A310 uses a PCI Express x4 slot for capturing up to 30 bits per pixel of high resolution RGB video. 64-bit memory addressing allows capturing image sequences directly to PC memory for minutes or hours. The optional XCAP-Std program captures image sequences to hard drive, and performs a wide range of image processing, measurement, and tracking functions.
The XCAP-Lite imaging program, provided at no charge with the PIXCI® A310, provides software control of image capture and all board functions using an intuitive Capture & Adjust dialog.
Solutions and Support: EPIX, Inc. has been providing imaging
solutions and support for OEM machine vision manufacturers and engineers
since 1984. EPIX, Inc. assembles complete imaging systems with cameras,
frame grabbers, high-performance PCI Express buses, and with RAID arrays
for video-to-disk capture. EPIX imaging systems, custom-built to your
specifications, feature Intel motherboards and processors. Contact
EPIX, Inc., or an authorized EPIX,
Inc. distributor, for help selecting cameras,
frame grabbers, imaging software, optics, and computer systems.
|The PIXCI® A310 uses a programmable pixel clock with range of frequencies from 12 to 165 MHz. Video formats with vertical sync frequencies less than 40 Hz are not supported. Acquire from interlaced or progressive analog video, monochrome or component RGB with sync on green (default), or separate horizontal and vertical sync inputs.
||UXGA, WSGA+, WXGA, SXGA+, SXGA, XGA, SVGA, VGA, RS343, CCIR, RS-170, and others.
|Supported Resolutions Include:
||1920x1080p, 1920x1080i, 1280x720p, 720x480p, 720x576p, and others.
|| 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.
||PCI Express x4, x8 or x16.
||BNC (3) for RGB inputs or DB15 for RGB inputs and H&V.
||Two general purpose inputs and outputs. One trigger Input. One strobe output. All LVTTL.
||727mA at +3.3V, 510mA at +12V, 8.52 total Watts.
|| 5.150" long x 3.575" high (13.081 cm x 9.081 cm).
All prices F.O.B. Buffalo Grove, Illinois.
USA Terms: Net 30 Days, subject to credit acceptance.
Contact EPIX Inc., or your distributor of EPIX® imaging products, for volume discounts and OEM pricing.
EPIX, SILICON VIDEO, and PIXCI are registered trademarks of EPIX, Inc.
XCAP, XCIP, XCLIB, and PXIPL are trademarks of EPIX, Inc.
Other brand, product, and company names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.
Prices, terms, and specifications subject to change without notice.
Software price protection: Within 90 days of original shipment,
a discount equal to the
original purchase price of XCAP, XCIP, XCLIB, or XCLIB+PXIPL
may be applied to a new version of the same software.
Programming libraries license a single program developer;
the developed program
may be reproduced without payment of royalties,
as detailed in the Software License Agreement.
EPIX® imaging products are not authorized for use as critical
components in life support devices or systems without the
express written approval of the president of EPIX, Inc.
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