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  • Euresys 1632 Coaxlink Quad Image acquisition board with four CoaXPress CXP-6 Connections for Single Camera; 25 Gbit/sec.; 20 digital IO lines, PCIe 2.0 (Gen 2) x 4 bus at 2 GBs/sec.

    Model #
    EUR 1632
    Availability
    Typically 2-4 days lead-time
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    $1,599.00
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    Technical Information

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    Input: CoaXPress

    Bus: PCI Express (PCIe 2.0) x 4

    # Cameras: 1

     

    Coaxlink Quad

    Four-connection CoaXPress frame grabber

    At a glance
    • Four CoaXPress CXP-6 connections: 2,500 MB/s camera bandwidth
    • PCIe 2.0 (Gen 2) x4 bus: 1,700 MB/s delivery bandwidth
    • Feature-rich set of 20 digital I/O lines
    • Extensive camera control functions
    • Memento Event Logging Tool

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    Mechanical
    Form Factor PCI Express card
    Format Standard profile, half length, 4-lane PCI Express card
    Cooling method Air cooling, fan-cooled heatsink
    Mounting For insertion in a standard height, 4-lane or higher, PCI Express card slot
    Connectors
    • 'A', 'B', 'C', 'D' on bracket:
      • 4x DIN 1.0/2.3 female connectors
      • CoaXpress host interface
    • EXTERNAL I/O' on bracket:
      • 26-pin 3-row high-density female sub-D connector
      • I/O lines and power output
    • INTERNAL I/O 1' and 'INTERNAL I/O 2' on PCB:
      • 2x 26-pin 2-row 0.1" pitch pin header with shrouding
      • I/O lines and power output
    • 'AUXILIARY POWER INPUT' on module:
      • 6-pin PEG power socket
      • 12 VDC power input for PoCXP camera(s) and I/O power
    • 'C2C-LINK' on module:
      • 6-pin 2-row 0.1-in header
      • Card to card link
    Lamp indicators
    • 'A', 'B', 'C', 'D' on bracket:
      • 4x bi-color red/green LEDs
      • CoaXPress Host connector indicator lamps
    • 'FPGA STATUS LAMP' on PCB:
      • Bi-color red/green LED
      • FPGA status lamp
    • 'BOARD STATUS LAMP' on PCB:
      • Bi-color red/green LED
    Switches 'RECOVERY' on card PCB:
    • 3-pin 1-row 0.1" header
    • Firmware emergency recovery
    Dimensions L 167.65 mm x H 111.15 mm L 6.6 in x H 4.38 in
    Weight 170 g, 6.00 oz
    Host bus
    Standard PCI Express 2.0
    Link width
    • 4 lanes
    • 1 lane or 2 lanes with reduced performance
    Link speed
    • 5.0 GT/s (PCIe 2.0)
    • 2.5 GT/s (PCIe 1.0) with reduced performance
    Maximum payload size 512 bytes
    DMA 32- and 64-bit
    Peak delivery bandwidth 2,000 MB/s
    Effective (sustained) delivery bandwidth 1,700 MB/s (Host PC motherboard dependent)
    Power consumption Typ. 12.1W ( 2.5 W @ +3.3V, 9.6 W @ +12V), excluding camera and I/O power output
    Camera / video inputs
    Interface standard(s) CoaXPress 1.0 and 1.1
    Connectors 4x DIN1.0/2.3 CXP-6
    Status LEDs 1 CoaXPress Host connection status per connector
    Number of cameras
    • One 1- or 2- or 4-connection area-scan camera
    • Two 1- or 2-connection area-scan cameras
    • One 1- or 2- or 4-connection line-scan camera
    Line-scan cameras supported Yes
    Maximum aggregated camera data transfer rate 25 Gbit/s (2,500 MB/s)
    Supported CXP down-connection speeds 1.25 GT/s (CXP-1), 2.5 GT/s (CXP-2), 3.125 GT/s (CXP-3), 5 GT/s (CXP-5), and 6.25 GT/s (CXP-6)
    Number of CXP data streams (per camera) 1 data stream per camera
    Maximum CXP stream packet size 16,384 bytes
    PoCXP (Power over CoaXPress)
    • PoCXP Safe Power:
      • 17 W of 24V DC regulated power per CoaXPress connector
      • PoCXP Device detection and automatic power-on
      • Overload and short-circuit protections
    • On-board 12V to 24V DC/DC converter
    • A +12V power source must be connected to the AUXILIARY POWER INPUT connector using a 6-pin PEG cable
    Camera types
    • Area-scan cameras:
      • Gray-scale and color (RGB and Bayer CFA)
      • Single-tap (1X-1Y) progressive-scan
    • Line-scan cameras:
      • Gray-scale and color RGB
    Camera pixel formats supported Raw, Monochrome, Bayer, RGB, and RGBA (PFNC names):
    • Raw
    • Mono8, Mono10, Mono12, Mono14, Mono16
    • BayerXX8, BayerXX10, BayerXX12, BayerXX14, BayerXX16 where XX = GR, RG, GB, or BG
    • RGB8, RGB10, RGB12, RGB14, RGB16
    • RGBA8, RGBA10, RGBA12, RGBA14, RGBA16
    Area-scan camera control
    Trigger
    • Precise control of asynchronous reset cameras, with exposure control.
    • Support of camera exposure/readout overlap.
    • Support of external hardware trigger, with optional delay and trigger decimation.
    Strobe
    • Accurate control of the strobe position for strobed light sources.
    • Support of early and late strobe pulses.
    Line-scan camera control
    Scan/page trigger
    • Precise control of start-of-scan and end-of-scan triggers.
    • Support of external hardware trigger, with optional delay.
    • Support of infinite acquisition, without missing line, for web inspection applications.
    Line trigger
    • Support for quadrature motion encoders, with programmable noise filters, selection of acquisition direction and backward motion compensation.
    • Rate Converter tool for fine control of the pixel aspect ratio: Rate Conversion Ratio in the range 0.001 to 1000 with an accuracy better than 0.1%.
    • Rate Divider tool
    Line strobe
    • Accurate control of the strobe position for strobed light sources.
    On-board processing
    On-board memory 1 GB
    Image data stream processing
    • Unpacking of 10-/12-/14-bit to 16-bit with selectable justification to LSb or MSb
    • Optional swap of R and B components
    • Little endian conversion
    Data stream statistics
    • Measurement of:
      • Frame rate (Area-scan only)
      • Line rate
      • Data rate
    • Configurable averaging interval
    Event signaling and counting
    • The application software can be notified of the occurrence of various events:
      • Standard event: the EVENT_NEW_BUFFER event notifies the application of newly filled buffers
      • A large set of custom events
    • Custom events sources:
      • I/O Toolbox events
      • Camera and Illumination control events
      • CoaXPress data stream events
      • CoaXPress host interface events
    • Each custom event is associated with a 32-bit counter that counts the number of occurrences
    • The last three 32-bit context data words of the event context data can be configured with event-specific context data:
      • Event-specific data
      • State of all System I/O lines sampled at the event occurrence time
      • Value of any event counter
    Input LUT (Lookup Table)
    • Available for monochrome cameras
      • 8 to 8 bits
      • 10 to 8, 10 or 16 bits
      • 12 to 8, 12 or 16 bits
    General Purpose Inputs and Outputs
    Number of lines 20 I/O lines:
    • 4 differential inputs (DIN)
    • 4 singled-ended TTL inputs/outputs (TTLIO)
    • 8 isolated inputs (IIN)
    • 4 isolated outputs (IOUT)
    Usage
    • Any I/O input lines can be used by any LIN tool of the I/O Toolbox
    • Selected pairs of I/O input lines can be used by any QDC tool of the I/O toolbox to decode A/B signals of a motion encoder
    • The LIN and QDC tools outputs can be further processed by the other tools (DIV, MDV, DEL) of the I/O toolbox to generate any of the following "trigger" events:
      • The "cycle trigger" of the Camera and Illumination controller
      • The "cycle sequence trigger" of the Camera and Illumination controller
      • The "start-of-scan trigger" of the Acquisition Controller (line-scan only)
      • The "end-of-scan trigger" of the Acquisition Controller (line-scan only)
    Electrical specifications
    • DIN: High-speed differential inputs compatible with ANSI/EIA/TIA-422/485 differential line drivers and complementary TTL drivers
    • TTLIO: High-speed 5V-compliant TTL inputs or LVTTL outputs, compatible with totem-pole LVTTL, TTL, 5V CMOS drivers or LVTTL, TTL, 3V CMOS receivers
    • IIN: Isolated current-sense inputs with wide voltage input range up to 30V, compatible with totem-pole LVTTL, TTL, 5V CMOS drivers, RS-422 differential line drivers, potential free contacts, solid-state relays and opto-couplers
    • IOUT: Isolated contact outputs compatible with 30V / 100mA loads
    Filter control
    • Glitch removal filter available on all System I/O input lines
    • Configurable filter time constants:
      • for DIN and TTLIO lines: 50 ns, 100 ns, 200 ns, 500 ns,1 µs
      • for IIN lines: 500 ns, 1 µs, 2 µs, 5 µs, 10 µs
    Polarity control Yes
    Power output Non-isolated, +12V, 1A, with electronic fuse protection
    I/O Toolbox tools The I/O Toolbox is a configurable interconnection of tools that generates events (usually triggers) from input lines. The composition of the toolset is product- and firmware-dependent.
    • Line Input tool (LIN): Edge detector delivering events on rising or falling edges of any selected input line.
    • Quadrature Decoder tool (QDC): A composite tool including:
      • A quadrature edge detector delivering events on selected transitions of selected pairs of input lines.
      • An optional backward motion compensator for clean line-scan image acquisition when the motion is unstable.
      • A 32-bit up/down counter for delivering a position value.
    • Divider tool (DIV): to generate an event every nth input events from any I/O toolbox event source.
    • Multiplier/divider tool (MDV): to generate m events every d input events from any I/O toolbox event source.
    • Delay tool (DEL): to delay up to 16 events from one or two I/O toolbox event sources, by a programmable time or number of motion encoder ticks (any QDC events).
    • User Actions Scheduler tool (UAS): to delegate the execution of User Actions at a scheduled time or encoder position. Possible user actions include setting low/high/toggle any bit of the User Output Register or generation of any User Events.
    I/O Toolbox composition Firmware-dependent I/O toolbox composition:
    • 1-camera: 8 LIN, 1 QDC, 1 DIV, 1 MDV, 2 DEL, 1 UAS
    • 2-camera: 8 LIN, 1 QDC, 1 DIV, 1 UAS
    • 1-line-scan: 8 LIN, 1 QDC, 1 DIV, 1 MDV, 2 DEL, 1 UAS
    C2C-Link
    Description
    • Allows to accurately synchronize the trigger and start-of-exposure of multiple grabber-controlled area-scan and line-scan cameras.
    • C2C-Link is able to synchronize cameras connected
      • to the same Coaxlink card
      • to different cards in the same PC (requires an accessory cable such as the "3303 C2C-Link Ribbon Cable" or a custom-made C2C-Link cable)
      • to different cards in different PCs (requires one "1636 InterPC C2C-Link Adapter" for each PC and one RJ 45 CAT 5 STP straight LAN cable for each adapter but the last one)
    Specification
    • Maximum distance
      • 60 cm inside a PC
      • 1200 m cumulated adapter to adapter cable length
    • Maximum trigger rate
      • 2.5 MHz for configurations using a single PC, or up to 10 PCs and 100 m total C2C-Link cable length
      • 200 kHz for configurations up to 32 PCs and 1200m total C2C-Link cable length
    • Trigger propagation delay from master to slave devices
      • Less than 10 ns for cameras on the same Coaxlink card or on different Coaxlink cards in the same PC
      • Less than 265 ns for cameras on different Coaxlink cards in different PCs (3 PCs and 40m total C2C-Link cable length)
    Software
    Host PC Operating System
    • Microsoft Windows 10, 8.1, 7 for x86 (32-bit) and x86-64 (64-bit) processor architectures
    • Linux for x86 (32-bit), x86-64 (64-bit) and aarch64 (64-bit) processor architectures
    • macOS for x86-64 (64-bit) processor architecture
    Refer to release notes for details
    APIs EGrabber class, with C++ and .NET APIs:
    • .NET assembly designed to be used with development environments compatible with .NET frameworks version 2.0 or higher
    GenICam GenTL producer libraries compatible with C/C++ compilers:
    • x86 dynamic library designed to be used with ISO-compliant C/C++ compilers for the development of x86 applications
    • x86_64 dynamic library designed to be used with ISO-compliant C/C++ compilers for the development of x86_64 applications
    • aarch64 dynamic library designed to be used with ISO-compliant C/C++ compilers for the development of aarch64 applications
    Memento Compatible with Memento Event Logging tool
    Environmental conditions
    Operating ambient air temperature 0 to +55 °C / +32 to +131 °F
    Operating ambient air humidity 10 to 90% RH non-condensing
    Storage ambient air temperature -20 to +70 °C / -4 to +158 °F
    Storage ambient air humidity 10 to 90% RH non-condensing
    Certifications
    Electromagnetic - EMC standards
    • European Council EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
    • United States FCC rule 47 CFR 15
    EMC - Emission
    • EN 55022:2010 Class B
    • FCC 47 Part 15 Class B
    EMC - Immunity
    • EN 55024:2010 Class B
    • EN 61000-4-3
    • EN 61000-4-4
    • EN 61000-4-5
    • EN 61000-4-6
    Flammability PCB compliant with UL 94 V-0
    RoHS European Union Directive 2011/65/EU (ROHS2)
    REACH European Union Regulation 1907/2006
    WEEE Must be disposed of separately from normal household waste and must be recycled according to local regulations

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