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PC2-CamLink Digital Frame GrabberPC2-CamLink
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PC2-CamLink frame grabber is ideal for cost-sensitive applications.

Compatible with one monochrome area or linescan Base Camera Link™ camera, the PC2-Camlink is a snap-to interface for vision systems, due to the Camera Link standard and Teledyne DALSA’s innovative visual status LED.

When the camera cable and external triggers are connected, the PC2-CamLink’s bracket-mounted visual status LEDs provide an immediate visual indication that all signals are present and active.

To simplify setup further, the PC2-Camlink provides direct power (5V or 12V) to the camera. The PC2-CamLink has been engineered within Teledyne DALSA's exacting Trigger-to-Image Reliability technology framework to control and monitor more reliably and efficiently the entire image-acquisition sequence.

Key Features    
• Asynchronous image capture from multiple camerasVariable frame length acquisition • Facilitates installation by providing visual status of the acquisition • Shaft encoder with tick divider
• Supports infinite vertical length frame (8K pixels x infinite number of lines) • Separate inputs for 2 optocoupled/TTL and 2 LVDS triggers • Visual Status LED - visible on PCI bracket
• Pin-to-pin connector compatible with other PC2 Series and PC Vision cards • Area Scan Camera Support - Frame size up to 8K pixels x 8K lines  

Model PC-2CamLink
Camera Interface 1 base
Camera Format Base
Pixel Clock up to 66 MHz
Bits / Pixel up to 16
Number of Camera Taps up to 8-taps/8-bit
Host Bus PCI-32
Frame Buffer 8MB FIFO
OS Support XP Pro, Vista 2000
Software Sapera, IFC (32-bit)
Dimensions and temperature 17cm L x 10.7 cm H. 0°C to 55° C. Relative Humidity: 5% up to 95% (noncondensing)

PC2-CamLink Data Sheet




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