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Euresys Coaxlink Duo CXP-12

A dual CoaXPress 2.0 framegrabber featuring a compact, fanless design.

  • Two CoaXPress CXP-12 connections
  • PCIe 3.0 (Gen 3) x4 bus: 3,300 MB/s bus bandwidth
  • Low-profile card

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Expanding thEuresys-Logoeir CXP-12 framegrabber range, this dual CoaXPress 2.0 connection framegrabber from Euresys features a compact, fanless design suitable for low-profile PCIe card designs. Just one CXP-12 connection provides more bandwidth than Camera Link Full and supports extra-long 40-meter coaxial cables.

  • Two CoaXPress CXP-12 connections: 2,500 MB/s camera bandwidth
  • PCIe 3.0 (Gen 3) x4 bus: 3,300 MB/s bus bandwidth
  • Low-profile card. Delivered with standard and low-profile brackets.
  • Passive (fanless) heatsink
  • Feature-rich set of 10 digital I/O lines
  • Extensive camera control functions
  • Memento Event Logging Tool

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