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Frame Grabber

December 22, 2009
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The PIXCI ECB1-34 base Camera Link frame grabber plugs into an ExpressCard/34 or ExpressCard/54 slot in a notebook computer. With 200 megabytes per second sustained data transfer rates, and burst transfers up to 250 megabytes per second, almost all base Camera Link cameras are supported. The PIXCI ECB1-34 captures from line scan or area scan cameras operating in either free-run or controlled mode. Controlled mode can use an optional TTL trigger input cable. The ECB1-34 generates a programmed width exposure signal to the camera for each trigger input. An optional TTL strobe output cable is available.

Epix Inc.
(847) 465-1818

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