Gigabit Ethernet Interface
Sep 2005Imperx Inc.Request Info
BOCA RATON, Fla., Sept. 23 -- Imperx Inc. announced the addition of Gigabit Ethernet interfaces to its Lynx series of high-performance "smart" cameras, making them more powerful and convenient for scientists and engineers trying to acquire high-resolution images at high speeds, the company said.
Ethernet interfaces now appear on the following Lynx models:
Imperx said Gigabit Ethernet capability satisfies "the pent-up demand for long-range video feed beyond CameraLink's 10-m maximum" and that its Lynx cameras with Gigabit Ethernet output can feed network spans up to 100 m without a repeater. They also eliminate the need for frame grabbers, the company said, and with their own on-board "intelligence," can acquire and analyze images autonomously. Impages can be packaged with analysis results and sent directly to a PC or other network node.
This capability allows Gigabit Ethernet Lynx cameras to participate directly as fully capable nodes on a user's Ethernet network, feeding images, video and analysis results directly to personal computers, storage area networks (SANs) and other network nodes. They can even feed their output directly to the Internet using TCP/IP protocol to client computers anywhere in the world, Imperx said.
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