A total solution for many PCI bus applications.
The PX610 offers full support for non-interlaced video from progressive scan cameras, which eliminates blur seen in images of fast-moving objects captured by standard CCD cameras.
In addition to non-interlaced video, the PX610 supports standard RS-170/CCIR video and resettable cameras. Acting as a bus master, it handles data transfers while the main CPU is free to run other parts of your application or other applications. Image data can be transferred to a buffer in main memory or directly to another PCI device.
The PX610 accepts up to four video inputs and can select the active source under software control. Standard capture resolutions of 640 x 480 (RS-170/NTSC) and 768 x 576 (CCIR/PAL) provide square pixels for precise measurements. The PX610 also supports vertical and horizontal cropping and scaling, versatile capture modes, software adjustable offset and gain, and automatic look up table (LUT) load.
The PX610 integrates easily into your application.
As a plug and play-compliant device, the PX610 automatically configures itself when installed in a computer with a Plug and Play BIOS. It also offers support for needs like these:
Working in tandem with resettable cameras, the PX610 ensures reliable first field captures and tolerates erratic video sources, including VCRs.
Dual strobe output offers software control over cameras and other external equipment, with trigger input for synchronizing image acquisition to an external event.
The PX610 is compatible with standard machine vision application software like XCaliper from Optimas and VisionBlox from Integral Vision.
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Demo programs for Windows and DOS enable the PX610 to be used right out of the box, without writing a single line of code. Comprehensive support is included for standard languages like C/C++ and Visual Basic. A separate library for DOS and Watcom makes it easy to develop menu-based user interfaces.
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Because our products are built to be compatible with standard PC components, they provide easy migration to new operating systems, as well as support for the latest machine vision application software packages.
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Compact, PCI short-card, PC/104-Plus core module and CompactPCI 3U size card
PCI bus master design for real-time image capture
Support for non-interlaced video from progressive scan cameras
High gray-scale accuracy with low pixel jitter
Resettable camera support with high precision digital synchronization
Four multiplexed video inputs with automatic video format detection
Standard capture resolutions of 640 x 480 x 8 (RS-170) and 768 x 576 x 8 (CCIR)
Vertical and horizontal cropping and scaling to minimize memory and bus bandwidth requirements
Continuous, software-initiated or triggered capture of frames or fields
Input lookup table (LUT)
Programmable offset and gain
External trigger input and dual strobe output
Horizontal and vertical outputs for gen-locking with camera
Simple software interface
Software development support for DOS, Watcom DOS/4GW extender, Windows 3.1, Windows 95 and Windows NT applications
Support for C/C++ language and Visual Basic
Software and manual included
Standard product: FCC verification and CE marked
Optional video cache RAM
Optional video cable
Optional software protection key for securing your application software
Input composite video format —Monochrome, RS-170 (NTSC) or CCIR (PAL), auto detect
Input video — 1 V peak to peak, 75
Resolution — RS-170: 640 x 480 pixels (maximum: 768 x 486 pixels); CCIR: 768 x 576 pixels; 256 gray levels, 8 bits
Sampling jitter — Maximum of ±3 ns relative to horizontal synchronization
Capture time — Real time video capture: RS-170 (NTSC), 1/30 second per frame; CCIR (PAL), 1/25 second per frame
Software programmable look up tables (LUTs) — 256 byte input LUT
External trigger — Input pulled up by 10 kto 5V, trigger requires a TTL pulse of 100 ns (minimum); software programmable edge or level sensitivity; software programmable polarity
Strobe output — Two TTL outputs with independently programmable pulse widths and polarities to control resettable cameras, exposure time, strobe lights, etc.
Overvoltage protection — All inputs and outputs are diode protected
Video input voltage range — Diode clamped to ±1.2 volts
Form factor — PCI short-card, 174.6 x 106.7 mm (6.875 x 4.2 inches); PC/104-Plus core module, 91.4 x 96.5 mm (3.4 x 3.6 inches); CompactPCI 3U size, 100 x 160 mm (3.94 x 6.3 inches)
Video noise — 0.8 LSB (least significant bit)
Power — +5 VDC, 650 mA
Camera power — +12 VDC output, 1.5 amps maximum
Video multiplexer — Four video inputs which can be a mix of RS-170 and CCIR
Camera gen-locking — Horizontal and vertical drive outputs to gen-lock camera with a frame grabber
File formats — Binary conversion program allows creation of TIFF, GIF, BMP, PIC, PCX, TGA and WPG files
Operating temperature — 0° C to 60°C
Warranty — One year limited parts and labor