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Xcelera-CL+ PX8 DualXcelera-CL+PX8 Dual
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Teledyne Dalsa delivers the industry's most reliable and versatile family of frame grabbers combining industry leading performance with industry leading feature sets, great value and extensive camera support. Board-level innovations deliver Trigger-to-Image Reliability significantly increasing system performance and ultimately helping to increase yield.

Designed with the requirements of the machine vision OEMs in mind, the Xcelera Series ranges from entry level frame grabbers, to high-performance image acquisition boards,
to embedded vision processors.

Addressing the emerging needs of bandwidth-hungry machine vision applications, the Xcelera Series is defining next-generation frame grabber capabilities with the ability to deliver
bandwidth beyond 1GByte/s over multiple-lane PCI Express (PCIe) implementations with room to grow.

Teledyne Dalsa image acquisition boards have been field tested and approved for use with more than 200 cameras covering a wide range of characteristics, requirements and specifications.

The Xcelera-CL+ PX8 Dual is a Camera Link frame grabber that is based on the PCI Express x8 interface. Compatible with two Base or one Medium Camera Link® cameras, the Xcelera-CL+ PX8 Dual supports a wide variety of multi-tap area and line scan colour and monochrome cameras.

The Xcelera-CL+ PX8 Dual has been built within Teledyne DALSA’s Trigger-to-Image Reliability technology framework. Trigger-to-Image Reliability leverages Teledyne DALSA’s hardware and software innovations to control, monitor and correct the image acquisition process from the time that an external trigger event occurs to the moment the data is sent to the host, providing traceability when errors do occur and permitting recovery from those errors.

 

Software      
The Xcelera-CL+ PX8 Dual is supported by Teledyne DALSA's Sapera Vision Software Packages:
Teledyne DALSA Platform Development Advantage - Free Run-Time Licensing      
The Sapera Essential standard processing tool run-time license is offered at no additional charge when combined with Teledyne DALSA frame grabbers. This software run-time license includes access to image processing functions, area-based (normalized correlation based) template matching tools, blob analysis and lens correction tools.

Key features and benefits  
• Half-length PCI Express x8 Board • Acquires images from one Camera Link® Medium, or two Base PoCL cameras
• Rapid image transfer rates beyond 1GB/s • On-board FPGA based real-time Bayer decoding and shading correction
• Supports Camera Link operations from 20 to 85MHz • Fully supported by T2IR framework
• ROHS compliant • Power Over CameraLink (PoCL) Compliant
• Free Run-time Licensing (conditions apply) • Windows XP Professional and windows 7 (32/64-bit) compatible

Model Xcelera-CL+ PX8 Dual
Product number OR-X8C0-XPD00
Camera Interface Two Base or One Medium Camera Link
Pixel Clock 20 to 85 MHz
Bits / Pixel up to 16
Host Bus PCIe x 8
Frame Buffer 256 MB
Advanced features ILUTS, Flat Field, Flat Line, Dead Pixel, Bayer, PoCL

Xcelera-CL+ PX8 Dual Data Sheet


What is PCIe host interface?
PCIe host interface
is a point-to-point host interface and allows simultaneous image acquisition and transfer involving little intervention from the host CPU

What is Trigger-to-Image Reliability
Trigger-to-Image Reliability technology framework leverages DALSA’s hardware and software innovations to control, monitor and correct the image acquisition process from the time that an external trigger event occurs to the moment the data is sent to the host providing traceability when errors do occur and permitting recovery from those errors.

 

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