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FRAME GRABBERS

Benchmark offers a range of Frame Grabbers from Matrox Imaging.

Matrox - world leaders in imaging products and systems – offers a range of programmable smart cameras. These combine the integration capabilities of conventional smart cameras with the flexibility of PC-based machine vision systems. Developers can create their applications using either an intuitive flowchart-based integrated development environment or a software development kit and run them directly on the smart cameras. Please click on the product links for more details

Matrox Concord – family of NICs and IEEE 1394b adaptors
Matrox Morphis – cost-effective video capture boards
Matrox Solios – cost-effective, high performance frame grabbers
Matrox Vio – family of HD/SD analog/digital video capture/display boards
Matrox Orion HD – high performance SD & HD card
Matrox Radient eCL – high-performance PCIe® frame grabbers
Matrox Radient eV-CXP – high-performance PCIe® frame grabbers

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Concord Family

Matrox Concord Family

concord fx1 The Matrox Concord is a family of Gigabit Ethernet network interface cards (NICs) and IEEE 1394b adaptors that are pre-licensed for use with the Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) drivers for the GigE Vision® and IEEE 1394 IIDC protocols.

Key Features

  • PCIe® x1 or conventional 32-bit PCI low-profile card
  • lifecycle managed and long term availability
  • GigE Vision® or IIDC support through Matrox Imaging Library (MIL)
  • pre-licensed for use with MIL GigE Vision® or IIDC drivers
  • pre-configured for optimal GigE Vision® performance (G-series)
  • fingerprint for, and storage of, supplemental MIL run-time license(s)
  • programmed using Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) sold separately
  • supports 32/64-bit Microsoft® Windows® XP/Vista®/7/8 and Linux® through MIL

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Morphis Family

Matrox Morphis Family

morphis1 Matrox Morphis is a cost-effective peripheral board that features a dual or quad decoder design for fast camera switching or simultaneous acquisition of up to four live video streams, and includes real-time JPEG2000 compression/decompression.

Key Features

  • PCIe® x1, PCI(-X2) or PCI-104 form factor
  • captures from NTSC, PAL, RS-170 and CCIR video sources
  • dual/quad video decoder architecture for ultra-fast channel switching
  • connect and switch between up to 16 CVBS, up to 8 Y/C or a combination of inputs
  • two trigger inputs1
  • real-time JPEG2000 image compression and decompression1
  • 16 TTL auxiliary I/Os and RS-485 serial interface
  • watchdog timer for monitoring overall system integrity
  • programmed using Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) sold separately
  • supports 32/64-bit Microsoft® Windows® XP/Vista®/7/8 and 32/64-bit Linux®

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Solios Family

Matrox Solios Family

Matrox Solios is a family of cost-effective frame grabbers for analog, Camera Link® and GigE Vision® image acquisition based on high-performance PCIe® / PCI-X® interfaces. An optional, customizable FPGA-based processing core is available to off-load image processing tasks.

Matrox Solios eV-CL

solios ev cl1 Matrox Solios eV-CL is a value-packed PCIe® x4 frame grabber that supports the full-range of Camera Link® interfaces (dual-Base, single Medium/Full, 10-tap and PoCL) and offloads typical pixel pre-processing tasks.

Key Features

  • perform deterministic image acquisition by way of the jitter-free Camera Link® interface
  • eliminate missed frames through a PCIe® x4 host interface and ample on-board buffering
  • use the most high-performance cameras with available support for 10-taps (eV-CLF/CLFL) at 70 MHz
  • employ a single board for area and line scan, monochrome and color (Bayer, RGB and tri-linear) acquisition
  • optimize multi-camera applications via support for two independent cameras per board (eV-CLB/CLBL)
  • minimize space requirements and maximize PC compatibility through a half-length design with mini Camera Link® connectivity (eV-CLB/CLF) for true single slot operation
  • reduce system cabling and eliminate camera power supplies by way of Power over Camera Link® (PoCL) support (eV-CLB/CLBL)
  • reduce development and validation costs through a managed lifecycle offering consistent long term availability
  • implement image capture with ease and confidence using Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) application development toolkit
  • maintain flexibility and choice by way of 32-bit and 64-bit Microsoft® Windows® XP/Vista®, Windows® 7 and Linux® support

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Matrox Solios eCL/XCL-B

solios ecl xcl b1 Matrox Solios eCL/XCL-B is an entry-level single-Base Camera Link® frame grabber available for PCIe® x1 or PCI-X®.

Key Features

  • PCIe® x1 (eCL) or PCI-X® (XCL) low profile half-length card1
  • handles one Base Camera Link® configuration2,3
  • provides PoCL (Power over Camera Link®) with SafePower
  • acquires at up to 85 MHz4
  • 64 MB acquisition buffer
  • captures from frame and line scan cameras
  • performs complete image reconstruction from multi-tap cameras3
  • serial communication port mapped as PC COM port
  • support for rotary encoders with quadrature output
  • programmed using Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) sold separately
  • supports 32/64-bit Microsoft® Windows® XP/Vista®/7/8 and 32/64-bit Linux®

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Matrox Solios eA/XA

solios ea xa1 Matrox Solios eA/XA is a high fidelity analog frame grabber with high-performance PCIe® x4 / PCI-X® interface.

Key Features

  • PCIe® x1 or PCIe® x4 card
  • up to four fully independent inputs
  • 10-bit A/D converters
  • sampling rate up to 65 MHz
  • video synchronization and PLL lock detection
  • 64 MB acquisition buffer
  • serial communication ports mapped as PC COM ports
  • programmed using Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) sold separately
  • supports 32/64-bit Microsoft® Windows® XP/Vista®/7/8 and 32/64-bit Linux®

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Vio Family

Matrox Vio Family

vio1 Matrox Vio is a family of PCIe® video capture and display boards for handling high-definition (HD) and standard-definition (SD) video in Serial Digital Interface (SDI) or analog formats.

Key Features

  • PCIe® x4 short card
  • analog HD/SD input and output2,3,4
  • HD/SD SDI input and output1,2,3,4
  • low-latency video output
  • video output synchronized to video input
  • 20-bit video quality throughout5
  • video source presence detection
  • graphics overlay composition
  • simultaneous digital and analog output1,4
  • available software is sold separately and includes Matrox Imaging Library (MIL)/ActiveMIL and MIL-Lite/Active MIL-Lite
  • supports 32/64-bit Microsoft® Windows® XP/Vista®/7/8 and 32/64-bit Linux®

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Orion HD

Matrox Orion HD Family

orion hd1 Matrox Orion HD is a high performance graphics and video capture board that supports standard and high definition video inputs and outputs including 1080p/60.

Key Features

  • Maximize performance and compatibility by way of a PCIe® x16 half-length card design
  • Capture from a variety of legacy and state-of-the-art video sources with support for SD/HD analog/digital video formats
  • Optimize multi-channel applications via independent video inputs and outputs on a single card
  • Maximize existing application development knowhow through support for standard graphics overlay
  • Implement video capture with ease and confidence using Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) application development kit
  • Deploy using a contemporary platform with support for 32/64-bit Microsoft® Windows® 7/8

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Radient eCL

Matrox Radient eCL Family

Radient eCL1 Matrox Radient eCL is a high-performance PCIe® frame grabber that acquires from Camera Link® sources and offers FPGA-based processing offload capabilities.

Key Features

  • Offload and accelerate image processing to free and assist the host CPU using an Altera® Stratix® III / IV* FPGA
  • Optimize multi-camera applications via support for up to four independent Base (eCL-QB) or up to two Full (eCL-DF) Camera Link® cameras per board
  • Perform deterministic image acquisition by way of the jitter-free Camera Link® interface
  • Eliminate lost pixels through a PCIe® x8 host interface and ample on-board buffering
  • Use the highest-rate cameras with available support for 10-taps (eCL-F) at 85 MHz
  • Reduce cabling and eliminate power supplies by way of Power over Camera Link® (PoCL) support
  • Reduce development and validation costs through a managed lifecycle offering consistent long term availability
  • Implement image capture with ease and confidence using Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) application development toolkit
  • Maintain flexibility and choice by way of 32/64-bit Microsoft® Windows® XP/Vista®/7/8 and 32/64-bit Linux® support

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Radient eV-CXP

Matrox Radient eV-CXP Family

radient ev-cxp1 Matrox Radient eV-CXP is a cost-effective, high-performance, and dependable frame grabber for the new CoaXPress interface standard.

Key Features

  • Capture from the next generation of higher resolution and higher speed cameras using the CoaXPress (CXP) interface
  • Acquire from multiple independent cameras at once by way of two (Dual) or four (Quad) CXP connections each supporting up to 6.25 Gbps of input bandwidth
  • Interface to the highest performance cameras through the ability to combine CXP connections for up to 25 Gbps of input bandwidth
  • Ensure reliable delivery to host memory by way of PCIe® 2.0 x8 host interface and ample on-board buffering
  • Maximize PC compatibility and minimize slot usage through a half-length design with video inputs and auxiliary I/Os1 on the same bracket
  • Reduce cabling complexity and eliminate power supplies by way of Power over CoaXPress (PoCXP) support
  • Offload host processing with on board Bayer interpolation, color space conversion and look-up tables
  • Simplify application development using the Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) toolkit on 32-bit and 64-bit Windows® 7/8 and Linux®2

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