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Epix manufactures cost effective cameras, frame grabbers, software, computer imaging systems, cables and power supplies for OEM machine vision applications using line scan, area scan, high-speed and high-resolution cameras. Imaging systems with interactive software imaging tools can be used out of the box for many machine vision applications. Programmer libraries provide board control functions for OEM-written application programs for 32 and 64 bit Windows and Linux, or DOS operating systems. EPIX creates customized imaging products and systems to OEM specifications. EPIX has been providing imaging components since 1984.

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New PIXCI® e104x4 Frame Grabber

POSTED 03/20/2014

rong>PIXCI® A110

  • Analog monochrome frame grabber
  • Capture interlaced or progressive scan video
  • Capture RS-170, CCIR, RS-343, 1920x1080i, 1280x720p, 720x480p, 720x576p, 922x480p
  • PCIe x1 low profile form factor
  • Available with standard or low-profile bracket
  • Burst transfers to PCIe bus at 2.5 gigabits per second
  • 200 megabyte per second sustained image transfers64 bit addressing for capture to extended memory
The PIXCI® A110 video frame grabber captures analog interlaced or progressive scan video signals and has programmable capture resolution and pixel clock frequency. The XCAP-Lite imaging program controls image capture and provides adjustment of video signal gain and clamp levels with an easy to use Capture & Adjust Dialog.  The PIXCI® A110 has 64 bit memory addressing for video rate sequence capture to PC memory.  Optional XCAP-Std imaging program captures image sequences to hard drive and performs a wide range of image processing functions.

Solutions and Support: EPIX, Inc. has been providing imaging solutions and support for OEM machine vision manufacturers and engineers since 1984. Contact EPIX, Inc., or an authorized EPIX, Inc. distributor, for help selecting cameras, frame grabbers, imaging software, optics, and computer systems.