The IEEE 1394a standard, with up to 400 Mbits/s of bandwidth, is ideal for high-data-rate machine vision applications. The PXI-8252 acquires data from cameras through three IEEE 1394a camera input ports. Hubs connected to any of the ports allow acquisition from many more cameras.
|Product Family||Frame Grabbers|
|Form Factor||PXI Platform|
|PXI Bus Type||PXI Hybrid Compatible|
|Operating System/Target||Real-Time , Windows|
|Included Vision Software||Vision Acquisition Software|
|Product Certifications||CE , C-Tick , FCC Part 15|
|Camera Interface||IEEE 1394|
|Number of Camera Input Ports||3|
|IEEE 1394 Standard||IEEE 1394a|
|PCIe Link Width||N/A|
|Number of Trigger Inputs||0|
|Minimum Operating Temperature||0 °C|
|Maximum Operating Temperature||55 °C|
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