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Frame Grabber Cards

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TAIPEI, Taiwan, July 18, 2022 — Frame Grabber CardsThe PCIe-PoE454 series of 5GBASE-T Ethernet 802.3at PoE+ frame grabber cards from Neousys Technology Inc. enables 5G cameras in machine vision applications.

Featuring NBASE-T technologies with high bandwidth, port density, and reliability, it brings throughput performance without frame loss for ultrahigh-resolution cameras. The 5GBASE-T technology of PCIe-PoE454at provides up to 5-Gb/s bandwidth/port for higher resolution and frame rate. It is backward compatible with 2.5 G, 1 G, and 100 M link speeds to support legacy Ethernet devices. It can transmit data utilizing economical Cat 5e Ethernet cables up to 100 m without bandwidth degradation.
Jul 2022

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ProductsPCIe-PoE454PCIe-PoE454at5GBASE-TFrame Grabber CardsNeousysimagingAsia-Pacific

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