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NATIONAL INSTRUMENTS IMAQ NI PCI-1410
NATIONAL INSTRUMENTS IMAQ NI PCI-1410

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NATIONAL INSTRUMENTS IMAQ NI PCI-1410

PCI1410

National Instruments IMAQ PCI-1410 / Image Acquisition Module Analogique non standard 4 voies

Caractéristiques

- Capacités analogiques de balayage de surface et linéaire
- Taille de la fenêtre d'acquisition illimitée grâce à la mémoire embarquée de 16 Mo
- Carte d'acquisition d'images monochromes 4 voies destinée aux sources vidéos standards et non standards
- Compatible avec les caméras à balayage progressif 60 trames/s double vitesse
- Acquisition entrelacée/non entrelacée, numérisation 8 ou 10 bits

More info

The National Instruments PCI-1410 image acquisition board is for machine vision and scientific imaging developers who need to acquire high-resolution, measurement-quality images from up to four standard (RS-170, CCIR) or nonstandard cameras. The NI PCI-1410 has high-resolution, 10-bit digitization for cameras and sensors that offer 60 dB dynamic range. In addition, you can easily configure the PCI-1410 to work with standard monochrome cameras (RS-170 or CCIR), slow or variable pixel clock cameras, double-speed progressive scan cameras, and analog line-scan cameras.The National Instruments PCI-1410 image acquisition board is for machine vision and scientific imaging developers who need to acquire high-resolution, measurement-quality images from up to four standard (RS-170, CCIR) or nonstandard cameras. The NI PCI-1410 has high-resolution, 10-bit digitization for cameras and sensors that offer 60 dB dynamic range. In addition, you can easily configure the PCI-1410 to work with standard monochrome cameras (RS-170 or CCIR), slow or variable pixel clock cameras, double-speed progressive scan cameras, and analog line-scan cameras.