Framegrabber Cards

Matrox Imaging

Matrox Imaging provides developers with the industry’s most comprehensive frame grabber family. Hardware ranges from boards designed for very cost-sensitive applications, to frame grabbers integrating flexible, high-rate acquisition and pre-processing capabilities.


  • Acquire the video format of choice through support for SD, HD and non-standard analog, DVI-D, Camera Link®, Camera Link HS™, CoaXPress®, GigE Vision®, IEEE 1394 and SDI.
  • Minimize system costs with support on select boards for multiple video input channels per slot.
  • Offload or accelerate image manipulation using reformatting, conversion and JPEG2000 compression on select boards.
  • Accommodate present and legacy systems with support for conventional PCI, PCI-X® and PCI-Express® on select boards.
  • Reduce development and validation costs through a managed lifecycle offering consistent long term availability.
  • Reliably acquire images using the efficient Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) video capture drivers.
  • Get up and running quickly with camera interfaces included with MIL, published on the Matrox Imaging web site, or created with the Matrox Intellicam interactive utility.
  • Future-proof applications with the portable and consistent MIL application programming interface.
  • Maintain flexibility and choice by way of 32/64-bit Windows® XP/Vista®/7 and 32/64-bit Linux® support for select boards.
  • Click here for a comparison chart of all Matrox frame grabbers

  • Matrox Rapixo CXP
  • Matrox Solios Family
  • Matrox RadientPro CL
  • Matrox Radient eV Family
  • Matrox Orion HD
  • Matrox Morphis Family
  • Matrox Concord Family
  • Matrox Clarity UHD


    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).

  • Aon-CXP
  • Claxon CXP4
  • Cyton-CXP
  • Neon-DIF
  • Axion-CL
  • Neon-CL
  • R3-CL

  • Order Information

    Aon-CXP AON-PC2-CXP1

    • One single link CXP-6 camera
    • PCIe x2 Gen2
    Axion-CL AXN-PC2-CL-2xE

    • Two base/medium/full/80-bit cameras
    • PoCL on both connectors for both cameras


    • One base/medium/full/80-bit cameras
    • PoCL on both connectors
    Claxon CXP4 CLX-PC3-CXP4

    • Four single link CXP-6/CXP-12 cameras
    • Two Dual link CXP-6/CXP -12 cameras
    • One Quad link CXP-6/CXP-12 camera
    Cyton-CXP CYT-PC2-CXP4

    • Four single link CXP-6 cameras
    • Two Dual link CXP-6 cameras
    • One Quad link CXP-6 camera


    • Two single link CXP-6 cameras
    • One Dual link CXP-6 cameras

    SDK 5.90 or later required


    • One CL base camera
    • PoCL with Safe Power
    • x4 PCI Express
    • CL and I/O on edge bracket

    SDK 5.00 or later required


    • Two CL base camera
    • Supports both PoCL and non-PoCL cameras
    • PoCL with Safe Power
    • x4 PCI Express

    SDK 5.30 or later required


    • Four CL base camera
    • Supports both PoCL and non-PoCL cameras
    • PoCL with Safe Power
    • x4 PCI Express

    • One LVDS differential camera
    • Supports up to 32 bits of LVDS data at 85 MHz
    • Supports up to two tap cameras
    • x4 PCI Express
    • Full I/O

    SDK 6.00 or later required

    R3-CL R3-PCI-CL13

    • R3 universal PCI Base Camera Link
    • One tap cameras up to 24 bits