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Differential Frame Grabber

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WOBURN, Mass., July 6, 2015 — BitFlow Neon-DifBitFlow Inc. has announced the Neon-Dif differential frame grabber, which is able to capture images at cameras' highest frame and data rates.

Leveraging PCI Express high-speed technologies with a Camera Link front end featuring a 32-bit differential interface, the frame grabber allows users to keep their existing LVDS and RS-422 cameras, cables and code while benefiting from FlowThru architecture. It controls, acquires, reformats and transfers video data directly into the user's applications at camera speeds with zero CPU usage and almost no latency.

It is suitable for manufacturers that require the high-speed performance of a PCI Express bus with a differential interface.
Jul 2015

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