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Silicon Software frame grabber supports Basler A406k/kc camera

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Silicon Software's fast PCIe x4 frame grabber now supports Basler's A406k/kc camera at its full bandwidth. The combination of these components represents one of the most powerful systems available for industrial imaging. At the same time, it is a solution with an outstanding price/performance ratio.

The microEnable IV series supports maximum Camera Link speeds via a PCIe x4 interface. It reaches a transfer rate of 837Mb/s in a 10 tap, full configuration mode at the camera's full 2,320 x 1,726 pixel resolution and a repetition rate of 209fps.

Because the data is transmitted via a DMA channel into the host RAM, additional processing for image reconstruction is not necessary. The frame grabber is multi-board enabled and supports the use and synchronisation of multiple full configuration cameras in one system. The microEnable IV AD4-CL and VD4-CL frame grabbers support both Windows and Linux operating systems in 32-bit and 64-bit mode respectively.