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iPORT Analog-Pro IP engine

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Pleora Technologies has launched its iPORT Analog-Pro IP engine, the latest offering in its solution-set for high-performance video over Ethernet.

With the IP engine, existing vision system equipment can become part of a complete networked video solution that can include Pleora's vDisplay video receivers, the eBUS SDK application development toolset, and native GigE Vision cameras. In such a network, integrators can move beyond point-to-point camera-computer connectivity and take advantage of point-to-multipoint and multipoint-to-multipoint topologies, while making use of Gigabit Ethernet hardware.

The iPORT Analog-Pro IP engine is compatible with GigE Vision and GenICam standards for video transfer and camera control over a GigE link, which increases interoperability between products from different manufacturers, while lowering system cost and complexity.

The system offers: full resolution video at up to 30fps per channel; two RS-232 ports to control external accessories; software-controlled general purpose inputs and outputs; compact form factor (4 x 2 x 1.7 inches); low, consistent latency, appropriate for vehicle driver's vision system; and low power consumption.