Voltrium Systems is proud to represent BitFlow in the Southeast Asia region.
BitFlow has a frame grabber model for almost every camera manufactured. Whether your camera is Camera Link, Differential (LVDS or RS422) or even analog, BitFlow can provide the interface. At the high end is the Karbon-CL, which is a quad Base CL frame grabber that can take in up to 160 bits at 85 MHz, and DMA at speeds of up to 2.0 GB/S. At the affordable end is the R3-CL and R3-Dif, which handle single cameras on the traditional PCI bus. Looking for a PMC solution, check out the R3-CL-PMC, which brings Camera Link into the PMC world. BitFlow products support all cameras: differential (LVDS/RS422), Camera Link (Base, Medium, Full, and 10-tap) as well as all analog (progressive scan, NTSC/PAL, RS170/CCIR, and most custom formats).
Using Multiple Cameras?
BitFlow has frame grabbers that can support up to four independent cameras, even mix/match cameras on the same frame grabber. Every camera gets its own triggers, encoders and general purpose I/O.
BitFlow’s new Neon-CL supports the Power over Camera Link standard (PoCL). PoCL is the new small footprint method for powering high speed digital cameras with a single cable.
Need PCI Express?
All of BitFlow’s current frame grabber families are available for the PCI Express bus
One single link CXP-6 camera
PCIe x2 Gen2s
Two base/medium/full/80-bit cameras
PoCL on both connectors for both cameras
Four single link CXP-6 cameras
Two Dual link CXP-6 cameras
One Quad link CXP-6 camera
One CL base camera
PoCL with Safe Power
x4 PCI Express
CL and I/O on edge bracket
One or two independent base CL cameras
R3 universal PCI Base Camera Link
One tap cameras up to 24 bits
3rd-Party Software Development
ImageWarp can acquire directly from all of BitFlow’s frame grabbers. BitFlow also supports changing camera files, triggering modes and much more directly from the GUI.
MVTec’s HALCON is a powerful machine vision environment. All of BitFlow’s frame grabbers are supported. Our driver has many custom modes and parameters that let HALCON users take full advantage of our board’s capabilities
LabView is a enormous graphical programming environment. BitFlow’s boards are available as Virtual Instruments (VI) that let you connect them right up to your image processing algorithms.