No thanks, I don't want to customize this item
Enter customization text in the field below.
Adding item(s) to basket...
Silicon Software has been designing and producing image acquisition boards and intelligent image processing boards since the 1990s. FPGA processors form the processing core of these boards. They excel with their highly parallelizable data processing. With its high bandwidths, this technology is preordained for industrial imaging.
FPGA Development as Innovation Driver
FPGA development has proven itself to be an innovation driver since the mid-1980s, particularly in achieving smaller and smaller ...
EPIX, Inc. designs and manufactures frame grabbers, cameras, image acquisition and processing software, camera kits, and video to disk computer systems for machine vision, medical imaging, and high speed video analysis applications.
Mikrotron Frame Grabbers are high-speed PCI and available for color and monochrome (greyscale) cameras in the field of industrial image processing. The frame grabbers are available in analog, digital and Camera Link versions.
Teledyne DALSA delivers the industry's most reliable and versatile family of frame grabbers combining industry leading performance with industry leading feature sets, great value and extensive camera support. Board-level innovations deliver Trigger-to-Image Reliability significantly increasing system performance and ultimately helping to increase yield, while CamExpert, our camera configuration utility, leverages the power of our acquisition boards in one of the industry's most efficient and eas...
The Imaging Source Frame Grabbers
Active Silicon has a frame grabber to suit almost every image capture requirement. This flexibility encompasses support for a variety of operating systems and hardware platforms.
BitFlow has a frame grabber model for almost every camera manufactured. Whether your camera is Camera Link, Differential (LVDS or RS422) or even analog, BitFlow can provide the interface. At the high end is the Karbon-CL, which is a quad Base CL frame grabber that can take in up to 160 bits at 85 MHz, and DMA at speeds of up to 2.0 GB/S. At the affordable end is the R3-CL and R3-Dif, which handle single cameras on the traditional PCI bus. Looking for a PMC solution, check out the R3-CL-PMC, whic...
The EMS Imaging FALCON frame grabber boards are functioning with all applications that work with standard video signals: from industrial automation, medical & scientific technology up to safety engineering including Security & Surveillance - from dactylogram systems, face recognition to building management systems, ultrasonic, microscoping and X-raying of all kinds.
A frame grabbers capture (i.e., "grabs") individual, digital still frames from an analog video signal or a digital video stream. Usually employed as a component of a machine vision system, in which video frames are captured in digital form and then displayed, stored or transmitted.s.