New Xtium2 Frame Grabber From Teledyne

The Xtium-XGV PX8 frame grabbers support cameras such as the Genie Nano 10GigE.

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New Xtium2 Frame Grabber From Teledyne

Supports high-speed GigE machine vision cameras

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Building on the field-proven technology and performance of Teledyne DALSA’s Xtium2 family of image acquisition boards, the new Xtium2-XGV PX8 is a half-length, multiport, 10 GigE frame grabber for PCI Express Gen 3.0 x8 platforms. It can support up to 32 cameras in a variety of different link speeds and scanning configurations. Available in four- or two-port SFP+ configurations, the Xtium2-XGV PX8 can sustain aggregate input bandwidth of 4 GB/s (4 x 10 GB/s) and up to 6.8 GB/s output bandwidth to the host memory. It can also perform a variety of onboard format conversions, like Bayer to RGB and bicolor to RGB, before sending the images to the host computer.
For a more reliable GigE vision system, Xtium2-XGV supports hardware-assisted packet resend and action command for external event synchronization. It’s also capable of transmitting or retransmitting IEEE-1588 messages without requiring an external switch.
Xtium2-XGV supports Sapera LT and Teledyne FLIR IIS’ Spinnaker SDKs.
Contact Teledyne for more information.

(Teledyne: Waterloo, Ontario) — Teledyne DALSA has announced its Xtium2-XGV PX8, a GigE vision-compatible image acquisition board with an engine that converts GigE vision image packets into ready-to-use images in real time. It also has a hardware-assisted packet resend logic that improves the reliability of image transfers while reducing the CPU overhead. Xtium2-XGV PX8 targets image acquisition from single or multiple independent 10, 5, 2.5, or 1GigE vision area scan cameras, line scan cameras, and 3D profile sensors.