ST. LAURENT, Quebec The Viper-Quad board from Coreco is an intelligent PCI-bus frame grabber that integrates four 40-MHz channels for simultaneous image acquisition from four monochrome cameras. Each channel contains an A/D converter, synchronization circuitry, anti-aliasing filter, input lookup tables and the ability to respond to four independent trigger events. The board accommodates virtually any progressive-scan or interlaced camera and it supports independent trigger input, strobe, integration and digital I/O. It's priced at $2,500 and is available from stock.
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