Two-channel Power over CameraLink embedded vision system

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Two-channel Power over CameraLink embedded vision systemStemmer Imaging says that the Adlink EOS-4000 is the industry's first two-channel PoCL (Power over CameraLink) ready-to-deploy embedded vision PC system. With a third-generation Intel Core i5/i7 quad-core processor, and compatible with PoCL cameras from Stemmer Imaging's portfolio, the compact EOS-4000 is suitable for high-speed, high-resolution imaging in industrial factory automation and medical imaging applications.

For applications requiring high data bandwidth and zero latency image acquisition, the EOS-4000 features dual independent PoCL ports that provide data transfer rates of up to 2.56GByte/s, and pixel clock rates up to 85MHz for high-speed capture of large images. The system uses direct memory access to transmit image data directly from the camera to system memory, thereby eliminating CPU loading during image acquisition. The EOS-4000 supports 64-bit memory addressing, benefiting large address space vision applications.

Two-channel PoCL

The rugged and compact (230 x 206 x 82 mm) EOS-4000 supports a two-channel PoCL CameraLink base configuration, which reduces cabling requirements and eliminates the need for external power adapters. It also simplifies system installation and lowers maintenance costs.

Furthermore, the enhanced connectivity of the EOS-4000 provides a rich I/O capability, including trigger and encoder input and two independent RS-232 serial communication ports, which reduces host computer loading. 64 isolated digital I/O connectors, digital filter, dual storage, internal USB port, and 1 kbit programmable EEPROM all equip the EOS-4000 for integrating, deploying, and managing copy protection or authentication of software licenses for system development, to further accelerating time to market.

Follow the link for more information about the Adlink EOS-4000 two-channel PoCL embedded vision system and other Adlink systems from Stemmer Imaging.

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