IO Industries Inc. has been working on updates for our leading products, as well as releasing new products that our customers have been looking for. Below is a list of product updates and new products that IO Industries has to offer.
(London, ON) February 7, 2017 -IO Industries has released a new feature in all Flare 12MP CoaXPress camera models called Flat Field Correction (FFC). With some camera lenses they do not illuminate equally across the whole sensor (CMV12000). The image would be brighter in the middle, and darker in the corners, but with the FFC feature now in the monochrome, NIR and color 12MP CoaXPress models this issue will no longer arise. The Flare FFC improves image quality by correcting undesirable shading effects in the field-of-view. This is done using a fast in-camera calibration algorithm that samples multiple sequential frames of a uniform surface. Up to four FFC correction tables can be stored in the cameras memory. This feature is included with all new Flare 12MP CoaXPress purchases, and a firmware update is available for all customers who have previously purchased a Flare 12MP CoaXPress camera.
The Server Option for the DVR Express Core 2 MAX is now available and shipping. This option offers a single-box solution for the Core 2 MAX, integrating the DVR and a control PC into a full-width 2U chassis. The same capabilities exist for reliable uncompressed video recording from Camera Link, CoaXPress or SDI video sources at high frame rates, but now no separate laptop or PC is required for operator control. USB 3.0 and multiple monitor outputs are included for a local control interface, as well as a dual Gigabit Ethernet. Future features include ethernet remote control and h.264 streaming video.
For more information please download our DVR Express Core 2 MAX Server datasheet here.
Lastly, IO Industries recently added support to Streams 7 for the Silicon Software microEnable 5 CoaXPress frame grabber series. These models feature support for up to 4 CoaXPress cameras and are available with either PCIe Gen2 x4 or x8 host connections. Using one of these cards, our Streams 7 software and a suitable PC platform, video from one or more CoaXPress cameras can be recorded to disk along with a variety of other data sources supported by Streams 7.