With image sensor resolutions and frame rates always advancing, digital video data rates continue to climb. The original DVR Express® Core was able to record video at data rates up to 680 MB/s, which was adequate for many but not all situations.
◆With image sensor resolutions and frame rates always advancing, digital video data rates continue to climb.
◆The original DVR Express® Core was able to record video at data rates up to 680 MB/s, which was adequate for many but not all situations.
◆With the new design advancements and ultra-fast solid state VidIO Drive Modules, the DVR Express Core 2 can record at data rates up to 1620 MB/s – more than twice the speed of its predecessor!
◆The DVR Express Core 2 can record from up to four cameras simultaneously, simplifying multi-camera recording applications such as motion capture, stereoscopic imaging, volumetric particle tracking and more.
◆As well, built-in synchronization tools allow accurate alignment of each camera’s exposure, provided the cameras support such features.
◆External frame synchronization signals can be connected to the Auxiliary I/O port of the Core 2, or signals can be generated internally using the Signal Generator tools.
◆Timestamps can be applied to the images based on the exposure trigger point or any time thereafter.
◆Supports up to (4) cameras with CoaXPress single-link, dual-link or quad-link interfaces with link rates up to CXP-6
◆Area and Line Scan camera types supported
◆Power over CoaXPress (PoCXP) provided on all ports when 24V AC adapter used (P/N COREPWRCXPxx)
◆CORE2CXPLUS model supports four links at up to CXP-6 speed but the total readout rate must be reduced – contact IO Industries for more details and configuration suggestions.
|➡CORE2CX||4 (up to CXP-3)||2 (up to CXP-3)||N/A|
|➡CORE2CXPLUS||4 (up to CXP-6)||2 (up to CXP-6)||1 (up to CXP-6)|