After an image is acquired by the camera it has to be transported over an interface to a processing unit, e.g. a PC. There are various interface technologies available with each their pros and cons. In these blogs we discuss these advantages and disadvantages.

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Free ePaper: Download the Imaging Interface Comparison ePaper

Find out what may be the best video interface option for your industrial imaging application     There are several video interface options currently available to connect various elements of imaging systems for machine vision, medical, and global security applications. At the higher end of the performance range, standards such as CoaXPress, Camera Link and…

CoaXPress 2.0 Frame Grabbers on the Market

CoaXPress 2.0 Frame Grabbers on the Market CoaXPress is a leading communication standard for high-speed imaging applications in professional and industrial markets.  The success of CoaXPress is due to its ease of use, high bandwidth capability, reliability over longer cable distances, and the ability to have power over the cable.  The interface is robust yet…

5, 10 and 25 GigE Advances in Camera Interface Technology compared to CoaXPress 1.1 and 2.0

5, 10 and 25 GigE Advances in Camera Interface Technology compared to CoaXPress 1.1 and 2.0 Introduction Gigabit Ethernet vision was released in 2006 and provides a gigabit per second interface for cameras with a cable length of up to 100-meters.  That worked when cameras were low resolution or even now with a medium resolution…