Basler A504k 1 1/4″ CMOS Mono 1.3 M Global CameraLink 500fps
The PIXCI CL3SD frame grabber and Basler A504k camera capture images with 1280 x 1024 resolution at 500 frames per second! Windowing allows reduced resolutions at rates up to 16,000 fps (frames per second)! The PIXCI CL3SD Frame Grabber operates in a Pentium III or 4 computer. Image sequences are captured in up to 4 GB of on-board synchronous DRAM.
On-board memory enables capture at the Basler camera’s full data rate, 625 MB/sec, overcoming the bandwidth limitations of the 66MHz 64 bit PCI bus.
Multiple A504k cameras and PIXCI CL3SD frame grabbers can easily be installed in a single computer, and synchronized to provide simultaneous multiple views of a motion event.
The Basler A504k camera is available in either monochrome or color. The camera’s CMOS sensor provides faster frame rates at reduced resolutions. The full-frame electronic shutter provides simultaneous exposure of the entire pixel array with exposure times ranging from 0.01 msec to 33 msec.
The XCAP-Ltd imaging program, included with purchase of the PIXCI CL3SD board and A504k camera, provides camera controls including exposure, frame rate, and region of interest, triggering features, graphic tools,the ability to capture and display image sequences, and saving of multiple images as video clips. The optional XCAP-Std imaging program (only $1000.00 additional) adds image processing, analysis, and measurement features. Visit the EPIX website for detailed software descriptions.
The PIXCI CL3SD frame grabber and the Basler A504k camera are available directly from EPIX, Inc., or from an authorized EPIX Distributor. The Basler A504k monochrome camera, power supply, PIXCI CL3SD with 1GB of on-board memory, interface cables, and the XCAP-Ltd imaging program are priced at $13,638.00. Ask for pricing on other configurations.
• INSTALLED MEMORY
The PIXCI CL3SD is available with 1, 2, 3, or 4 gigabytes of on-board synchronous DRAM.
• HORIZONTAL RESOLUTION
The maximum horizontal resolution is 1280 pixels. Horizontal resolution can be reduced in 10-pixel increments.
Reduced horizontal resolution requires less memory per frame resulting in the ability to capture more images.
• VERTICAL RESOLUTION
Reduced vertical resolution increases frame rate. Vertical resolution can be windowed providing maximum frame
rates from 500 to 16,000 fps.
• CAPTURE RATE
The capture rate increases with reduced vertical resolution (16,000 fps maximum).
MAXIMUM FRAMES PER SEQUENCE
Calculated by dividing the amount of On-Board Memory by the Horizontal x Vertical Res (Resolution) of a single frame.
• SEQUENCE DURATION
Calculated by dividing the Maximum Frames In Sequence by the Capture Rate.
• DISPLAY WHILE CAPTURING
During image capture, images are displayed on the computer monitor subject to the performance of the computer ’s CPU, motherboard, and
graphics system. The size of the displayed image, and selected display options, also affect performance. EPIX has verified a display rate of 21 – 62 Hz
using XCAP’s default display settings (2.0 GHz Pentium 4 CPU; Intel motherboard with AGP).