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Frame Grabber with Board-Mounted Micro Fan

May 10, 2021 | inVISION, News

Image: BitFlow, Inc.

To address thermal management challenges, BitFlow has engineered two new purpose-built frame grabbers featuring board-mounted micro fans to draw in cool air to replace hot air in the Small Fiorm Factor (SFF) PC. This dedicated design helps increase heat transfer from the FPGA while reducing the overall system size. The redesigned Cyton CXP4-V and Claxon CXP4-V quad-channel frame grabbers were developed using the legacy architecture of their fan-less counterparts. The Claxon CXP4 frame grabber is a quad CXP-12 PCIe Gen 3 frame grabber that supports one to four CXP-12 cameras and multi-link CXP-12 cameras. Each connected camera has its own I/O and can draw up to 13W of power. The Cyton CXP4 frame grabber is based on the CoaXPress 1.1 standard and has a Gen 2.0 x8 PCI Express bus interface on its back-end.

BitFlow, Inc.
http://www.bitflow.com

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