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Monochrome / Color:

Analog Camera Inputs?

Analog Input Pixel Acquisition Depth:

bits

Acquisition Formats:

Progressive Scan?

Digital Camera Inputs?

Digital Input Pixel Acquisition Depth:

bits

Signal-to-Noise Ratio:

dB

Number of Video Inputs:

Number of Input Lookup Tables:

On-board Video Memory:

Overlay Buffer Memory:

Trigger Input?

High Resolution Cameras (1k x 1k)?

Line Scan Capture?

Gain Scaling?

Offset Scaling?

Outputs:

Display Features:

Hardware Image Processor?

Hardware Scaling?

Hardware Region of Interest?

Strobe Output?

Accepts Video Timing Signals?

Generates Video Timing Signals?

Computer Bus Interface:

Operating Temperature:

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Monochrome / Color
   Monochrome / Color       
   Your choices are...         
   Monochrome       Monochrome or grayscale. Image is presented in black, white, and grayscale. 
   Color       Image is in color.  Range of colors is generated with varying combinations of different discrete colors.  One common technique is sensing the red, green, and blue components (RGB) and combining them to create a wide spectrum of colors. 
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Analog Camera
   Analog Camera Inputs?       Framegrabber handle camera output in analog format(s). 
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   Analog Input Pixel Acquisition Depth:         
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   Acquisition Formats:       
   Your choices are...         
   RS170       RS170 is the standard black and white video format used in the United States (525 lines, 30 frames per second). It was originally defined by the EIA (Electronic Industry Association) standards organization for use in North America, Japan, and a few other parts of the world. The EIA standard defines only the monochrome picture component, but is mainly used with NTSC or PAL color encoding standards. 
   CCIR       CCIR (Comité Consultatif International des Radio Communications, or International Radio Consultative Committee) is an international committee that sets and governs video signal standards. It merged with the ITU and became the ITU-R radio communications division. 
   RS330       The RS330 standard is recommended by EIA for signals generated by closed-circuit TV cameras scanned at 525 lines, 60 frames per second, and interlaced 2:1. The standard is similar to RS170, but H-sync pulses are absent during V-sync. Equalizing pulses are not required and may be added optionally during the V-blanking interval. This standard is also used for color television station electrical signals. 
   RS422       RS422 is a balanced serial interface for the transmission of digital data. It was designed for greater distances and higher Baud rates than RS232. 
   NTSC       The National Television System Committee (NTSC) 525-line color-television standard is used in North America and Japan. Approximately 480 lines hold image information and the remaining lines contain synchronization, time delay, and other encoded information such as closed caption text. The standard frame rate is 30 frames per second. 
   Y/C       S-Video or Y/C output contains two separate signals, luminance (Y), and color (C) transmitted on two separate cables. The C color component is modulated on the same 3.58 MHz subcarrier as it would be for NTSC output, but the bandwidth is not limited as it must be for Composite Output. 
   PAL       Phase Alternate Line (PAL), is the European 625-line, 25-frame per second color-television standard. A modification of NTSC system used with the CCIR video norm. The phase of the color carrier is 180° shifted every image line, making the PAL system less sensitive to color signal phase distortion. It provides somewhat lower vertical resolution the NTSC system and requires complex processing equipment. 
   RGB       RGB component video outputs are in which red, green, and blue image components are transmitted as separate signals over three separate wires, allowing for full bandwidth for each component. Different synchronization methods are available for RGB. 
   Non-standard / Other       Any unlisted or nonstandard video format. 
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   Progressive Scan?       Progressive Scan (noninterlaced) is a method of displaying, scanning, or transmitting video where the lines are drawn sequentially as opposed to interlacing where every other line is drawn every other cycle. 
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Digital Camera
   Digital Camera Inputs?       Framegrabber handles digital output signal from camera. 
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   Digital Input Pixel Acquisition Depth:       Number of bits represents fineness of digital signal for each pixel. 
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Acquisition Features
   Signal-to-Noise Ratio       Signal-to-noise ratio is defined as the peak-to-peak camera signal output current to the RMS noise in the output current.  This ratio represents how prevalent the noise component of a signal, and thus the image uncertainty, is in the total signal.  Noise sources include sensor "dark current", electromagnetic interference, and any other spurious non-image signal elements.  Higher SNR numbers represent less image degradation from noise. 
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   Number of Video Inputs:       Number of video signals the framegrabber can handle simultaneously. 
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   Number of Input Lookup Tables:         
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   On-board Video Memory:         
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   Overlay Buffer Memory:         
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   Trigger Input?         
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   High Resolution Cameras (1k x 1k)?       Supports camera inputs greater than 1000 x 1000 pixels. 
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   Line Scan Capture?         
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   Gain Scaling?         
   Search Logic:      "Required" and "Must Not Have" criteria limit returned matches as specified. Products with optional attributes will be returned for either choice.
   Offset Scaling?         
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Outputs
   Outputs:       
   Your choices are...         
   RS170       RS170 is the standard black and white video format used in the United States (525 lines, 30 frames per second). It was originally defined by the EIA (Electronic Industry Association) standards organization for use in North America, Japan, and a few other parts of the world. The EIA standard defines only the monochrome picture component but is mainly used with NTSC or PAL color encoding standards. 
   CCIR       CCIR (Comité Consultatif International des Radio Communications, or International Radio Consultative Committee) is an international committee that sets and governs video signal standards. It merged with the ITU and became the ITU-R radio communications division. 
   RS330       The RS330 standard is recommended by EIA for signals generated by closed-circuit TV cameras scanned at 525 lines, 60 frames per second, and interlaced 2:1. The standard is similar to RS170, but H-sync pulses are absent during V-sync. Equalizing pulses are not required and may be added optionally during the V-blanking interval. This standard is also used for color television station electrical signals. 
   RS422       RS422 is a balanced serial interface for the transmission of digital data. It was designed for greater distances and higher Baud rates than RS232. 
   NTSC       The National Television System Committee (NTSC) 525-line color-television standard is used in North America and Japan. Approximately 480 lines hold image information and the remaining lines contain synchronization, time delay, and other encoded information such as closed caption text. The standard frame rate is 30 frames per second. 
   Y/C       S-Video or Y/C output contains two separate signals, luminance (Y), and color (C) transmitted on two separate cables. The C color component is modulated on the same 3.58 MHz subcarrier as it would be for NTSC output, but the bandwidth is not limited as it must be for Composite Output. 
   RGB       RGB component video outputs are in which red, green, and blue image components are transmitted as separate signals over three separate wires, allowing for full bandwidth for each component. Different synchronization methods are available for RGB. 
   PAL       Phase Alternate Line (PAL), is the European 625-line, 25-frame per second color-television standard. A modification of NTSC system used with the CCIR video norm. The phase of the color carrier is 180° shifted every image line, making the PAL system less sensitive to color signal phase distortion. It provides somewhat lower vertical resolution the NTSC system and requires complex processing equipment. 
   SVGA       Super Video Graphics Array (SVGA) is a set of graphics standards designed to offer greater resolution than VGA. There are several varieties of SVGA, each providing a different resolution. All SVGA standards support a palette of 16 million colors, but the number of colors that can be displayed simultaneously is limited by the amount of video memory installed in a system. One SVGA system might display only 256 simultaneous colors while another displays the entire palette of 16 million colors. The SVGA standards are developed by a consortium of monitor and graphics manufacturers called VESA. 
   VGA       Video Graphics Array (VGA) is a PC video display circuit and adapter that supports text and graphics. Text is supported at a maximum resolution of 80 x 25 characters in 16 colors. Graphics are supported at a maximum resolution of 320 x 200 pixels in 256 colors, or 640 x 480 pixels in 16 colors. 
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Features
   Display Features:       
   Your choices are...         
   Single Screen (Pass through) Operation       Images are visible on the computer monitor during acquisition. 
   Dual Screen Operation       Display format in which a second monitor can be used. 
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   Hardware Image Processor?         
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   Hardware Scaling?         
   Search Logic:      "Required" and "Must Not Have" criteria limit returned matches as specified. Products with optional attributes will be returned for either choice.
   Hardware Region of Interest?         
   Search Logic:      "Required" and "Must Not Have" criteria limit returned matches as specified. Products with optional attributes will be returned for either choice.
   Strobe Output?         
   Search Logic:      "Required" and "Must Not Have" criteria limit returned matches as specified. Products with optional attributes will be returned for either choice.
   Accepts Video Timing Signals?         
   Search Logic:      "Required" and "Must Not Have" criteria limit returned matches as specified. Products with optional attributes will be returned for either choice.
   Generates Video Timing Signals?         
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Computer Bus Interface
   Computer Bus Interface:       
   Your choices are...         
   PCI       Peripheral component interconnect (PCI) is a local bus system designed for high-end computer systems. PCI buses transfer 32 or 64 bits of data at a clock speed of 33 MHz. They also support 3 to 5 critical peripherals, which are either integrated directly onto the motherboard or added via expansion cards. PCI buses fully support cards that were developed for standard I/O buses. 
   PCI Express       PCI Express (PCIe) is an interface designed to replace PCI and PCI-X.  PCIe is a serial interface with up to 32 "lanes" and a capacity of 8 GB/s.  PCI Express 2.0 (16 GB/s) is included here as well. 
   ISA / EISA (PC-XT/AT)       Industry standard architecture (ISA) buses can handle 16-bit data transfers at a clock speed of 8 MHz. They are also capable of handling memory under 16 MB. Extended ISA (EISA) is an enhanced version of the ISA bus. EISA buses run at 8 MHz, are capable of 32-bit data transfers, and can access all memory in the system. 
   VESA / Local Bus       VESA was developed to support the improved performance graphics cards on 486-era computers. VESA Local Bus (VLB) is a 32-bit bus, which runs at speeds between 25 and 50 MHz 
   PCMCIA (PC Card)       PCMCIA devices or PC cards are credit card-sized peripherals used mainly in laptop and notebook computers. They plug into a 68-pin host socket that is connected either to the motherboard or an expansion bus. An adapter takes the place of a COM port and translates the PCMCIA signals into a format that is usable by the computer’s bus. PC cards adhere to standards developed by the Personal Computer Memory Card International Association (PCMCIA). Originally, these standards were designed for adding memory to portable computers; however, standards now apply to many types of devices. There are three types of PC cards: Type I, Type II, and Type III. All types have the same width (54 mm) and length (85.6 mm), but vary in thickness. 
   Nubus       NuBus was the expansion bus for versions of the Macintosh® computer starting with the Macintosh II and ending with the Performa. Macintosh is a registered trademark of Apple Computers. 
   Mac PCI       Current Macintosh computers use the PCI bus (Mac PCI) instead of Nubus. 
   SBus       SBus was developed by Sun Microsystems for use with SPARC®-based computers. SPARC, an acronym for scalable processor architecture, and is a registered trademark of SPARC International, Inc. Though standardized as IEEE 1496, the SBus is no longer used. It has been replaced by peripheral component interconnect (PCI). 
   STD       STD is often called the "blue collar bus" because of its rugged design and use in industrial and process control applications. There are three STD bus types: STD Z80, STD80, and STD 32. The STD Z80 bus and the STD 80 bus use a 56-pin backplane with 0.125" contact spacing for card interconnection. The STD 32 Bus provides a 32-bit wide data bus to support 8, 16, and 32-bit data transfers. Dynamic bus sizing, which varies the data path size depending on the requirements of the peripheral card being addressed, gives the STD 32 bus added flexibility. 
   Multibus (I & II)       Multibus is a modular computer-systems architecture used in embedded applications in telecommunications, medical-devices, manufacturing automation, networking, and other market areas. 
   VMEbus       VersaModule Eurocard bus (VMEbus) is a popular, 32-bit bus used in industrial, commercial and military applications.    The VMEbus is based on the VME standard, which defines mechanical specifications such as board dimensions, connector specifications, enclosure characteristics, and electronic specifications. The VMEbus uses 3U and 6U Eurocards, rugged circuit boards that provide a 96-pin plug instead of an edge connector for durability. Several VMEbus varieties are available.  
   VXI / MIX       A VME extension for instrumentation (VXI) is an electrical and mechanical standard used mainly with automatic test equipment (ATE). VXI allows equipment from different vendors to work together in a common control and packaging environment. Modular interface extension (MIX) is a high-performance stacking and communications interface for connecting expansion modules to a VMEbus baseboard. The MIX bus supports 32-bit data transfers and DMA transfers. It also provides 4 GB of memory addressing capability. 
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Environment Full required range of operating temperature.
   Operating Temperature:       The temperature range over which the device must operate. 
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