Join us January 30th to February 1st at The Moscone Centre for SPIE Photonics West.
IO Industries will be located in the Uniforce Sales and Engineering booth #4319 to showcase our new Victorem CoaXPress and SDI camera line.
(London, ON) Jan 24th, 2018 -Products on display include the 4KSDI-Mini is a compact 4K/UHD camera head. This model only needs a single 12G-SDI connection to provide 4K 60fps video, but can also support 6G, 3G and HD-SDI output formats as well. The 4KSDI-Mini is designed for applications needing high image quality from a global shutter sensor. Customers looking for standard video frame rates (24, 29.97, 60fps), standard HD/UHD resolutions and a video style interface would find this camera ideal for their application needs.
The Victorem CXP camera series has a variety of models to fit any requirement of frame rate, resolution and sensor size. They maximize the abilities of the Sony Pregius and EXMOR-R sensors by providing a full-bandwidth CoaXPress interface, compatible with existing and new lower-cost single-channel CoaXPress frame grabbers. The cameras offer similar functions and capabilities as IO Industries' existing Flare CoaXPress cameras, but with a wider range of low-noise sensors, a smaller design and excellent cost-to-performance pricing.
The DVR Express Core 2 MAX model builds on the existing capabilities of the Core 2 series, allowing uncompressed recording from up to four Camera Link or CoaXPress cameras. With this model, full-speed CoaXPress cameras are now supported-with rates up to 2240MB/s! Up to 22.5TB of removable solid state storage can be installed, and we've integrated rugged removable cartridges for the VidIO Drive Modules to mount into, each allowing over 25,000 insert/remove cycles. In addition, the Core 2 Max models have an IRIG time code input (A/B, AM/DC - all formats supported) plus an optional GPS receiver. Lastly - a feature we've had lots of requests for - real-time video monitoring! Four 3G/HD-SDI outputs stream low-latency video of the incoming camera signals, regardless of the incoming frame rate, size or pixel type.