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Camera Software Development Kit

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Camera Software Development KitThe Arena Software Development Kit (SDK) from LUCID Vision Labs Inc. has been designed to maximize the performance of LUCID cameras and is based on the latest GenICam3 and GigE Vision image acquisition standards.

The Arena SDK features a comprehensive API toolkit, providing users with easy access to the newest features and software technology compliant with current industry standards. The GenICam 3.0-based C++ application program interface leverages GenICam’s reference implementation for robustness, stability, and reliability, using the standard feature naming convention for camera features and control. The lightweight filter driver improves image transfer performance and lowers CPU usage when streaming large images at small packet sizes.

It has been designed for forward-compatibility with new device features and enables fully featured chunk data support, device events, and triggers.

Photonics Spectra
Sep 2018

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