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USB3.1 Gen 2 Support

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Pixelink has announced USB3.1 Gen 2 interface support on its machine vision and microscopy cameras.

Pixelink’s M-Series and PL-D line of cameras will be built to integrate with USB 3.1 Gen 2 specifications. With a bus speed mode of 10 GB/s, the USB 3.1 Gen 2 interface can deliver more than double the throughput of the current existing USB 3.0. All Pixelink 3.1 Gen 2 cameras will be fully backward compatible with existing USB3.0 and USB2.0 applications.

The USB3.1 Gen 2 interface supports a maximum of 20 V at 5 amps for a total of 100 W of power, an increase from the 4.5 W supported by USB3.0. With the increase of power being delivered with USB3.1 Gen 2 and a 10-GB bus, more cameras can be powered by the USB3.1 bus for any vision application, which will provide developers much more flexibility in building and deploying multicamera applications.
Oct 2017

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