Popular Frame Grabber Cozies Up To Vieworks Camera

Deemed a best in class frame grabber supporting the CoaXPress standard, KAYA Instruments’ KY-FGK-801 Komodo eight-channel frame grabber is now fully compatible with Vieworks’ VC-12MX2 eight-channel CMOS camera. The Komodo card is capable of receiving video streams from up to eight CoaXPress links in single, dual, quad, or octal modes. It is used for simultaneous capture from up to two quad link cameras. Each link supports standard CoaXPress bitrates up to 6.25 Gb/s.

 

Exploiting state-of-the-art global shutter CMOS image sensor technology, the VC Series high-resolution CMOS digital cameras target machine vision applications. Relying on a CMOSIS CMV 12000 image sensor, the VC-12MX2-Mono/Color 330 camera delivers a 4096 x 3072 resolution, 330 fps, and a 5.5 µm x 5.5 µm pixel size. For further information, visit KAYA Instruments and Vieworks.

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