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BitFlow (B2.125-3), which has been manufacturing frame grabbers for 26 years, will display its CXP12 Claxon frame grabber at the show in Munich. The CXP12 Claxon has a throughput of 5GB/s – that's thirteen USB3 cameras, or almost six Camera Link cameras. This frame grabber will be available for sale in Q3 this year.

Coupled with this, BitFlow will be demonstrating some of its new prototypes for embedded solutions with an Nvidia Jetson AGX Xavier. As demand for embedded increases for new vision ventures, the market is requesting higher data rates than conventional GigE Vision and USB3 Vision interfaces can provide.