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Embedded vision system powered by i7/i5 quad-core processor

23 Oct 2013  | Susan Nordyk

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Adlink recently unveiled a compact embedded vision system that can be used in industrial-automation and medical-imaging environments. The EOS-4000 is powered by an Intel Core i7/i5 quad-core processor and comes with two independent Power over Camera Link (PoCL) ports for fast image transmission with no CPU loading. The system boasts data transfer rates of up to 2.56Gbit/s and pixel clock rates of up to 85MHz for high-speed capture of large images.

The unit streams raw image data over dedicated point-to-point links with no network latency or protocol overhead. It supports DMA (direct memory access) operations, 64bit memory addressing, and RAID storage through a dual SATA interface. Rich in I/O, the EOS-4000 furnishes one encoder input, two trigger inputs, dual GigE ports, four RS-232/422/485 ports, two USB 3.0 ports, and an internal USB port.

In addition, the vision system offers 64 isolated digital I/O lines and a software-configurable digital-filter function that secures recognition of input signals carrying noise or chatter. With optional Microsoft Embedded Standard 7, the EOS-4000 provides a stable and secure operating environment.

Further information regarding the EOS-4000 vision system can be found here.

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