Coreco Imaging debuts new input module for vision systems

09/23/2002


Montreal, Quebec, Canada— Coreco Imaging has introduced a digital input module for the Bandit-II RGB (AGP) and Bandit-II MV frame grabbers that extend the image acquisition and processing capabilities of both boards.

Bandit-II Digital Module acquires images at resolutions up to 2,048 x 1,024 pixels from single- or dual-tap area scan cameras. These are 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 256 x 8-bit and one 1,024 x 8-bit programmable input lookup tables (LUTs).

Bandit-II RGB is a color frame grabber that 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), Bandit-II RGB is a solution for OEMs in machine vision, medical im-aging and image analysis.

Bandit-II MV is a triple-channel monochrome frame grabber with integrated display designed for machine vision applications requiring accurate, low-noise images featuring 40 MHz digitization from standard or custom progressive scan asynchronous reset cameras.

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

Bandit-II Digital Module is sold as a bundle with the Bandit-II RGB and MV frame grabbers.

Control Engineering Daily News Desk
Gary A. Mintchell, senior editor
gmintchell@reedbusiness.com





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