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Matrox Imaging 4Sight EV6 Fanless Industrial Imaging Computer

  • Reduce service stoppages with a fanless design
  • Inspect multiple sites through the support for four GigE Vision and four USB3 Vision cameras
  • Simplify cabling for GigE Vision installations using PoE-enabled ports
  • Tackle typical vision workloads with a mobile-class embedded seventh-generation Intel Core processor
  • Connect separately to the factory floor and enterprise networks via two more Gigabit Ethernet ports
  • Synchronize with other equipment using the integrated real-time digital I/Os with rotary encoder support and RS-232/RS-485 ports

Matrox Imaging 4Sight GPm Imaging Computer

  • Reduce service stoppages with a fanless design
  • Inspect multiple sites through the support for four GigE Vision and four USB3 Vision cameras
  • Simplify cabling for GigE Vision installations using Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) enabled ports
  • Tackle typical vision workloads with a mobile-class embedded 3rd generation Intel Core processor
  • Connect separately to the factory floor and enterprise networks via two more Gigabit Ethernet ports
  • Synchronize with other equipment using the integrated real-time digital I/Os with rotary encoder support and RS232/RS485 ports
  • Drive up to two operator displays
  • Install in space-limited hostile environments with a small footprint ruggedized casing
  • Run applications in a familiar, reliable and customizable environment using the provided Microsoft® Windows® Embedded Standard 7 1
  • Solve applications rather than develop underlying tools by leveraging standard Microsoft development tools and Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) 2
  • Employ for the long run with assurance as a result of a managed extended lifecycle

Matrox Imaging 4Sight GPm with Matrox Design Assistant

  • Tackle typical vision workloads with a mobile-class embedded Intel processor
  • Employ the right image sensor format, resolution, and frame rate for the job by connecting any GigE Vision or USB3 Vision camera
  • Inspect multiple sites through the support for up to four GigE Vision and up to four USB3 Vision cameras
  • Simplify cabling for GigE Vision installations using Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) enabled ports
  • Connect separately to the factory floor and enterprise networks via up to two more Gigabit Ethernet ports
  • Synchronize with other automation equipment using the integrated real-time digital I/Os with rotary encoder support and RS-232/RS-485 ports
  • Install in space-limited, hostile environments with a small footprint ruggedized casing
  • Reduce service stoppages with a fanless design
  • Employ with assurance of a managed, extended lifecycle

Matrox Imaging Clarity UHD

  • Capture from legacy to the latest video sources through support for standard definition (SD) analog to ultra-high definition (UHD) digital formats
  • Connect and switch between different video sources via Mini DisplayPort, HD-BNC, HDMI and custom analog DVI1 connectivity
  • Handle multiple video sources with the simultaneous capture of up to four HD or two UHD streams2
  • Optimize video transmission and storage through onboard multi-stream H.264 encoding
  • Minimize system footprint by way of a single-slot PCIe® card design
  • Simplify application development using the Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) software development kit (SDK)
  • Deploy on a current platform of choice with support for 64-bit Windows® 7/10 and Linux®3
1. Using supplied USB Type C to DVI-I adaptor cable.
2. Or a maximum combined bandwidth of 4 GB/sec.
3. Ask for availability.

Matrox Imaging Concord Family of Gigabit Ethernet NICs and IEEE 1394b adaptors

  • PCIe® x1 or conventional 32-bit PCI low-profile card
  • lifecycle managed and long term availability
  • GigE Vision or IIDC support through Matrox Imaging Library (MIL)
  • pre-licensed for use with MIL GigE Vision or IIDC drivers
  • pre-configured for optimal GigE Vision performance (G-series)
  • fingerprint for, and storage of, supplemental MIL run-time license(s)1
  • programmed using Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) sold separately
  • supports 32-bit Windows® XP, 32/64-bit Windows 7/8.1/10 and 32/64-bit Linux®2 through MIL
  1. Feature not supported under Linux
  2. Only with Matrox Concord G-series

Matrox Imaging Concord PoE Multi-port Gigabit Ethernet adaptors with PoE for GigE Vision

  • Simplify cabling between cameras and vision computer through PoE support
  • Facilitate multi-camera configuration with two or four Gigabit Ethernet ports
  • Trigger multiple cameras simultaneously and reliably using hardware-assisted ToE
  • Digital I/Os with hardware-assisted management enables real-time synchronization
  • Deploy pre-licensed for GigE Vision support in Matrox Imaging software
  • Avoid the need for a separate hardware key through a license fingerprint for additional Matrox Imaging software features
  • Certified for use with GigE Vision systems

Matrox Imaging Design Assistant

  • Solve machine vision applications efficiently by constructing flowcharts instead of writing program code
  • Choose the best platform for the job within a hardware-independent environment that supports Matrox smart cameras and vision controllers, and third-party PCs with GigE Vision or USB3 Vision cameras
  • Tackle machine vision applications with utmost confidence using field-proven tools for analyzing, locating, measuring, reading, and verifying
  • Use a single program for creating both the application logic and operator interface
  • Work with multiple cameras all within the same project or per project running concurrently and independently from one another2
  • Interface to third-party 3D sensors to process and analyze their depth map
  • Rely on a common underlying vision library for the same results with a Matrox smart camera, vision system, or third-party computer
  • Maximize productivity with instant feedback on image analysis and processing operations
  • Receive immediate, pertinent assistance through an integrated contextual guide
  • Communicate actions and results to other automation and enterprise equipment via discrete Matrox I/Os, RS-232, and Ethernet (TCP/IP, EtherNet/IP™3, Modbus®, PROFINET®, and native robot interfaces)
  • Maintain control and independence through the ability to create custom flowchart steps
  • Increase productivity and reduce development costs with Matrox Vision Academy online and on-premises training
  • Protect against inappropriate changes with the Project Change Validator tool

Matrox Imaging Indio Industrial I/O and communication card

  • PCIe x4 short card
  • analog HD/SD input and output
  • HD/SD SDI input and output
  • low-latency video output
  • video output synchronized to video input
  • 20-bit video quality throughout
  • video source presence detection
  • graphics overlay composition
  • simultaneous digital and analog output
  • programmed using Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) or DirectShow®
  • supports 32-bit Windows® XP, 32/64-bit Windows 7/8.1/10 and 32/64-bit Linux®

Matrox Imaging Iris GTR - Compact, capable smart camera

  • Install comfortably in confined and dirty industrial environments by way of a compact IP67-rated design
  • Run typical vision jobs efficiently using an Intel dual-core embedded processor
  • Capture images at high speed through a choice of CMOS sensors
  • Simplify vision setup and upkeep via integrated lens focusing and illumination intensity control
  • Interact with vision and automation devices by way of real-time digital I/Os
  • Synchronize to the manufacturing line through the support for incremental rotary encoders
  • Communicate with automation controllers and enterprise networks via a Gigabit Ethernet interface
  • Take on HMI function by way of VGA and USB connectivity
  • Program effectively for vision inspection and guidance using the field-proven and established Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) software
  • Deploy with either leading embedded operating system through support for both Microsoft Windows and Linux

Matrox Imaging Iris GTR with Matrox Design Assistant 5.1

  • Install comfortably in confined and dirty industrial environments by way of a compact IP67-rated design
  • Run typical vision jobs efficiently using an Intel® dual-core embedded processor
  • Capture images at high speed through a choice of CMOS sensors
  • Simplify vision setup and upkeep via integrated lens focusing and illumination intensity control
  • Interact with vision and automation devices by way of real-time digital I/Os
  • Synchronize to the manufacturing line through the support for incremental rotary encoders
  • Communicate with automation controllers and enterprise networks via a Gigabit Ethernet interface
  • Take on HMI function by way of VGA and USB connectivity
  • Configure with ease for vision inspection and guidance using Matrox Design Assistant flowchart-based vision software

Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) Software

  • Solve applications rather than develop underlying tools by leveraging a toolkit with a 25-year history of reliable performance
  • Tackle applications with utmost confidence using field-proven tools for analyzing, locating, measuring, reading, and verifying
  • Harness the full power of today’s hardware through optimizations exploiting SIMD, multi-core CPU, multi-CPU, and FPGA technologies
  • Support platforms ranging from smart cameras to high-performance computing (HPC) clusters via a single consistent and intuitive application programming interface (API)
  • Obtain live images from the interface of choice, with support for analog, Camera Link®, Camera Link HS™, CoaXPress®, DVI-D, GigE Vision®, SDI, and USB3 Vision®2,3 transmission formats
  • Maintain flexibility and choice by way of support for 32-/64-bit Windows®, Linux®, and RTX64 (RTOS)
  • Leverage available programming know-how with support for C, C++, C#, CPython3, and Visual Basic® languages
  • Increase productivity and reduce development costs with Matrox Vision Academy online and on-premises training

Matrox Imaging Morphis Family

  • PCIe® x1, PCI (-X2) or PCI-104 form factor
  • captures from NTSC, PAL, RS-170 and CCIR video sources
  • dual/quad video decoder architecture for ultra-fast channel switching
  • connect and switch between up to 16 CVBS, up to 8 Y/C or a combination of inputs
  • two trigger inputs1
  • real-time JPEG2000 image compression and decompression1
  • 16 TTL auxiliary I/Os and RS-485 serial interface
  • watchdog timer for monitoring overall system integrity
  • programmed using Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) sold separately
  • supports 32-bit Windows® XP, 32/64-bit Windows 7/8.1/10 and 32/64-bit Linux®2 through MIL
  1. Morphis Dual only with MIL/MIL-Lite 9.
  2. Morphis Quad only.

Matrox Imaging Orion HD Graphics and video capture card with SD/HD capabilities

  • Maximize performance and compatibility by way of a PCIe® x16 half-length card design
  • Capture from a variety of legacy and state-of-the-art video sources with support for SD/HD analog/digital video formats
  • Optimize multi-channel applications via dual independent video inputs and outputs on a single card
  • Maximize existing application development knowhow through support for standard graphics overlay
  • Implement video capture with ease using the Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) or Microsoft® DirectShow®
  • Deploy using a contemporary platform with support for 32/64-bit Microsoft Windows® 7/8.1/10

Matrox Imaging Radient eV-CL Feature-packed high-performance Camera Link frame grabber

  • Support the most high-performance Camera Link cameras with available support for Full and 80-bit mode at up to 85 MHz.
  • Perform deterministic image acquisition by way of the jitter-free Camera Link 2.0 interface.
  • Eliminate missed frames through a PCIe® 2.0 x8 host interface and ample on-board buffering.
  • Optimize multi-camera applications via support for up to four (4) Base or two (2) Full/80-bit Camera Link cameras per board.
  • Minimize space requirements and maximize PC compatibility through a half-length design with mini Camera Link connectivity for true single slot operation.
  • Improve and simplify system connectivity with Power over Camera Link (PoCL) support at extended cable lengths.
  • Maintain flexibility and choice by way of 32-bit and 64-bit Windows® 7/8.1/10 and Linux®, and RTX641 (RTOS) support.

Matrox Imaging Radient eV-CLHS Value-packed high-performance Camera Link HS frame grabber

  • Capture from the next generation of higher resolution and higher speed cameras using the Camera Link HS M-Protocol interface.
  • Ensure reliable delivery to host memory by way of PCIe® 2.0 x8 host interface and ample on-board buffering.
  • Maximize PC compatibility and minimize slot usage through a half-length design with video input and auxiliary I/Os on the same bracket.
  • Offload host processing with on-board Bayer interpolation, color space conversion and look up tables.
  • Simplify application development using the Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) toolkit on 64-bit Windows® 7/8.1/10, Linux®1 and RTX641 (RTOS).

Matrox Imaging Radient eV-CXP Value-packed high-performance CoaXPress frame grabber

  • Capture from the next generation of higher resolution and higher speed cameras using the CoaXPress (CXP) interface
  • Acquire from multiple independent cameras at once by way of two (Dual) or four (Quad) CXP connections each supporting up to 6.25 Gbps of input bandwidth
  • Interface to the highest performance cameras through the ability to combine CXP connections for up to 25 Gbps of input bandwidth
  • Ensure reliable delivery to host memory by way of PCIe® 2.0 x8 host interface and ample on board buffering
  • Maximize PC compatibility and minimize slot usage through a half-length design with video inputs and auxiliary I/Os on the same bracket1
  • Reduce cabling complexity and eliminate power supplies by way of
  • Power over CoaXPress (PoCXP) support
  • Offload host processing with on-board peak location for 3D profiling2, Bayer interpolation, color space conversion and look-up tables
  • Simplify application development using the Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) toolkit on 32-bit and 64-bit Windows® 7/8.1/10 and Linux®, and RTX643 (RTOS)
  1. Applies to single camera applications. Multi-camera applications may require auxiliary I/Os located on additional brackets.
  2. With Radient eV-CXP for 3D profiling (RADEV1G4C6/3D*) and MIL 10 Update 29 (or successor)
  3. Ask for availability.

Matrox Imaging RadientPro CL Vision Processor Board

  • Capture images at the highest Camera Link rates with support for the Full and 80-bit modes at up to 85MHz (single-Full model).
  • Eliminate lost pixels through a PCIe® 2.0 x8 host interface and ample on-board buffering.
  • Reduce cabling and eliminate power supplies by way of Power over Camera Link (PoCL) support.
  • Offload and accelerate image processing to free and assist the host CPU using an Altera® Stratix® V FPGA.
  • Simplify the development of custom on-board image processing using the optional Matrox FPGA Development Kit (FDK).
  • Reduce development and validation costs through a managed lifecycle offering consistent long term availability.
  • Implement image capture with ease and confidence using Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) application development toolkit.
  • Maintain flexibility and choice by way of 64-bit Windows 7/8.1/10, Linux®1 and RTX641 (RTOS) support.

Matrox Imaging Rapixo CXP Multi-link CoaXPress 2.0 frame grabbers with optional FPGA-based image proccessing offload

  • Support for the highest speeds available in CoaXPress 2.0
  • Connect and capture from up to four cameras or combine connections for even higher data rates
  • PoCXP support simplifies cabling between cameras and vision computer
  • Offload host computer of custom image processing using FPGA device
  • Auxiliary I/Os per CXP connection to synchronize with sensors, encoders, and controllers
  • License fingerprint for MIL software avoids the need for a separate hardware key

Matrox Imaging Solios eA/XA Analog Frame Grabber

  • PCIe x1 or PCIe x4 (eA), or PCI-X (XA) card
  • up to four fully independent inputs
  • 10-bit A/D converters
  • sampling rate up to 65 MHz
  • video synchronization and PLL lock detection
  • 64 MB acquisition buffer
  • serial communication ports mapped as PC COM ports
  • programmed using Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) sold separately
  • supports 32-bit Windows® XP, 32/64-bit Windows 7/8.1/10 and 32/64-bit Linux®

Matrox Imaging Solios eCL/XCL-B Entry-level Camera Link frame grabber

  • PCIe x1 (eCL) or PCI-X (XCL) low profile half-length card
  • handles one Base Camera Link configuration
  • provides PoCL (Power over Camera Link) with SafePower
  • acquires at up to 85 MHz
  • 64 MB acquisition buffer
  • captures from frame and line scan cameras
  • performs complete image reconstruction from multi-tap cameras
  • serial communication port mapped as PC COM port
  • support for rotary encoders with quadrature output
  • programmed using Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) sold separately
  • supports 32-bit Windows® XP, 32/64-bit Windows 7/8.1/10 and 32/64-bit Linux®

Matrox Imaging Solios eV-CL Value-packed Camera Link frame grabber

  • perform deterministic image acquisition by way of the jitter-free Camera Link interface
  • eliminate missed frames through a PCIe x4 host interface and ample on-board buffering
  • use the most high-performance cameras with available support for 10-taps (eV-CLF/CLFL) at 70 MHz
  • employ a single board for area and line scan, monochrome and color (Bayer, RGB and tri-linear) acquisition
  • optimize multi-camera applications via support for two independent cameras per board with eV-CLB/CLBL
  • minimize space requirements and maximize PC compatibility through a half-length design with mini Camera Link connectivity (eV-CLB/CLF) for true single slot operation
  • reduce system cabling and eliminate camera power supplies by way of Power over Camera Link (PoCL) support (eV-CLB/CLBL)
  • free valuable host CPU resources by offloading pre-processing tasks: Bayer interpolation (eV-CLB/CLBL), color space conversion and look-up tables
  • reduce development and validation costs through a managed lifecycle offering consistent long term availability
  • implement image capture with ease and confidence using Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) application development toolkit
  • maintain flexibility and choice by way of 32-bit Windows® XP, 32/64-bit Windows 7/8.1/10 and 32/64-bit Linux® support

Matrox Imaging Supersight Imaging Computer

  • Tackle extreme applications with certainty using a high-performance compute cluster platform
  • Harness the full power of today's multicore CPU, GPU, and FPGA technology to provide image processing offload and acceleration
  • Eliminate I/O bottlenecks with a unique PCIe® / PCI-X® switched fabric backplane architecture
  • Directly interface to external process equipment through the integrated Gigabit Ethernet, RS-232/485 and USB 2.0 connectivity
  • Minimize the need for revalidation by using a lifecycle managed platform with consistent long term availability
  • Simplify system integration by using an integrated platform from a single vendor and pre-qualified third-party components
  • Run applications under a state-of-the-art OS with factory-installed Windows® 7 for Embedded Systems
  • Solve applications rather than develop underlying tools by leveraging standard Microsoft® development tools and Matrox Imaging Library (MIL)

Matrox Imaging Supersight Solo Imaging Computer

  • Harness the full power of today’s multi-core CPU, GPU, and FPGA technology for image processing
  • Interface to any camera type by adding appropriate Matrox Imaging frame grabber board(s)
  • Eliminate I/O bottlenecks with a PCIe 2.0 switched fabric backplane Architecture
  • Maximize density in a 4U chassis with up to 13 full-length full-height PCIe 2.0 slots
  • Increase host data transfer bandwidth through PCIe 2.0 x16 and x4 interfaces1
  • Interface directly to external process equipment via integrated Gigabit Ethernet and USB 3.0/2.0 connectivity
  • Minimize the need for revalidation by utilizing a lifecycle-managed platform with consistent long term availability
  • Simplify system integration by using an integrated platform from a single vendor
  • Solve applications rather than develop underlying tools by leveraging standard Microsoft® development tools and MIL software

Matrox Imaging Vio Family of HD/SD analog/digital video capture/display boards

  • PCIe x4 short card
  • analog HD/SD input and output2,3,4
  • HD/SD SDI input and output1,2,3,4
  • low-latency video output
  • video output synchronized to video input
  • 20-bit video quality throughout5
  • video source presence detection
  • graphics overlay composition
  • simultaneous digital and analog output1,4
  • programmed using Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) or DirectShow®
  • supports 32-bit Windows® XP, 32/64-bit Windows 7/8.1/10 and 32/64-bit Linux®