National Instruments Image Acquisition Board Increases Accuracy and Integration

6/11/2002 - Engineers and scientists now can achieve increased accuracy and resolution in their vision applications with the NI PXI-1409 multichannel monochrome image acquisition board. PXI combines the high-speed PCI bus with advanced timing and triggering features to provide asynchronous acquisition and easy integration with motion and data acquisition (DAQ) devices. The new board delivers accurate image acquisition for a broad range of industries, including optoelectronics, biotech, pharmaceutical, telecommunications, and automotive. Engineers and scientists now can achieve user-configurable resolution with 8-bit (256 grayscale) or 10-bit (1024 grayscale) acquisition, increasing accuracy from standard and nonstandard cameras. Because the NI PXI-1409 is compatible with faster analog double-speed progressive scan cameras at speeds up to 60 frames per second, engineers and scientists can perform inspections with increased speed and reliability. The NI PXI-1409 includes four video inputs to connect multiple cameras and hardware calibration to ensure consistent and repeatable image acquisition.

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