Input Module Increases Versatility and Speed of Frame Grabbers

Sept. 18, 2002
Montreal, Quebec, September 18, 2002 -- Coreco Imaging, a developer of high-performance machine vision products, has introduced a new Digital Input Module for the Bandit-II RGB (AGP) and Bandit-II MV frame grabbers, that further extend image acquisition and processing capabilities of both boards.

Montreal, Quebec, September 18, 2002 -- Coreco Imaging, a developer of high-performance machine vision products, has introduced a new Digital Input Module for the Bandit-II RGB (AGP) and Bandit-II MV frame grabbers, that further extend image acquisition and processing capabilities of both boards.

The Bandit-II Digital Module acquires images at resolutions of up to 2048 x 1024 pixels from single or dual tap area scan cameras, 8-bits/pixel wide at 60 Mhz or 10-bit/pixel wide at 30 Mhz in dual channel mode. LVDS and RS-422 compatible, the Digital Module features four 256x8-bit and one 1024x8-bit programmable input lookup tables (LUTs).

The latest addition to the Bandit-II product line, the Bandit-II RGB is a high-performance frame grabber that offers developers of color vision applications extensive acquisition and display functionality. The frame grabber's flexible, state-of-the-art acquisition control unit (an integral part of all Bandit-II products) can acquire images from a mix of video, s-video, monochrome multiplexed and RGB cameras, including JAI's new CV-M77 RGB camera. With the introduction of the Digital Module, OEMs can now interface the Bandit-II RGB with widely used two tap digital output LVDS format cameras. Featuring dual independent display outputs (VGA-VGA or VGA-TV), the Bandit-II RGB is an ideal solution for OEMs in machine vision, medical imaging, and image analysis.

The Bandit-II MV is a performance proven triple channel, monochrome frame grabber with integrated display designed for machine vision applications equiring highly accurate, low noise images. Featuring 40 Mhz digitization from standard or custom progressive scan asynchronous reset cameras, the Bandit-II MV gives OEMs an edge by providing them with real-time control of essential operations like I/Os, frame stamping, trigger, strobe and exposure control. One of its outstanding features is the ability to perform real-time image transfer to system memory with zero CPU usage.

Now, multiple Bandit-II series products can coexist as non-system display boards in a system with any third party VGA card under Windows 2000, XP and NT 4.0. This configuration is beneficial for vision applications requiring concurrent image acquisition from various camera types.

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