BitFlow

Neon-DIF differential frame grabber

Designed on the latest PCI Express (PCIe) platform, the Neon-DIF will upgrade an older differential system to acquire images up to 32 bits at 85 MHz from an existing LVDS camera

An Illustration of the surface of PAN fibres (left) and carbon fibres after spreading (right). Credit: Fraunhofer IGCV and Chromasens

Carbon fibre inspection takes flight

Work is underway to build a vision system to detect defects in webs of composite materials

Claxon CXP1 frame grabber

BitFlow has expanded its Claxon series of high-performance Coaxpress CXP-12 frame grabbers with a new single link version that transfers image data from a CXP camera to the host memory at speeds up to 12.5 Gb/s

Claxon-CXP4

BitFlow is now shipping its new Claxon-CXP4, a quad CoaXPress-12 PCIe Gen 3 frame grabber that accelerates video transmission speed to 12.5Gb/s

Linux AArch64 SDK

BitFlow has released a Linux AArch64 (64-bit Arm) SDK that enables seamless integration of BitFlow frame grabbers with the Nvidia Jetson AGX Xavier Development Kit

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