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FireBird Camera Link Frame Grabber (1xCLD-2PE4)

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Active Silicon Inc.
479 Jumpers Hole Rd.
Suite 301
Severna Park, MD 21146
United States

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Phone: +1 410-696-7642
Fax: +1 410-696-7643

FireBird Camera Link Frame Grabber (1xCLD-2PE4)
  • Type: Digital
  • Interface: Camera Link
  • Supports v2.0 Camera Link:
  • Comprehensive I/O: incl. end bracket I/O
  • Camera Link HDR/SDR: Mini connectors
  • Power over Camera Link:
  • ActiveDMA technology: zero CPU usage
  • Full GenICam support: CLProtocol & GenCP cams

FireBird supports the latest version 2.0 Camera Link specification, including both 80-bit modes – often referred to as Camera Link “Deca”, at clock rates up to 85 MHz. The 4-lane Gen2 interface used on the FireBird is fast enough to support full 80-bit data rate. Also supports capture from one Full, Medium or Base camera or two simultaneous Base cameras.
FireBird Camera Link Frame Grabber (1xCLD-2PE4)
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