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  • Quad Channel Cameras
Apr 2013
ISVI Corp.Request Info
OXFORD, Conn., April 10, 2013 — ISVI Corp.’s CoaXPress (CXP) 25-megapixel/53-fps and 12-megapixel/175-fps quad channel cameras provide a point-to-point serial communication standard for the transmission of video and still images, scalable over single or multiple coaxial cables. The 29-megapixel/5-fps CCD Camera Link base camera is offered for UAV, OLED inspection and other extremely low-light-level applications.

The 29-megapixel and the 12-megapixel cameras are available in mono or color 8-10- or 12-b raw Bayer and the 25-megapixel, in mono or color 8 or 10 b. The cameras provide advanced image processing features including auto or manual white balance, gamma setting, low noise and high dynamic range. Their industrial-grade features maximize performance in machine vision environments and include precise sensor alignment, a built-in temperature sensor, and rugged housing tested to withstand extensive shock and vibration.

CXP has a downlink of up to 6.25 Gb/s per cable for video, images and data, plus a lower-speed 20-Mb/s uplink for communications and control. Power also is available over the cable, and cable lengths of >100 m may be achieved.

The cameras are supported by Matrox Radient CXP grabber, Bitflow Carbon CXP grabber and the Active Silicon FireBird CXP grabber. Applications include factory automation and PCB/wafer inspection.


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coaxial cable
A type of cable made up of two conductors; one conductor is inside of and concentric with the other.
Referring to the bandwidth and spectrum location of the signal produced by television or radar scanning.
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