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Pleora\'s USB3 Vision products have been designed into machine vision, medical imaging, and scientific measurement applications. Pleora Technologies, the world’s leading supplier of high-performance video interfaces, today announced that its USB 3.0 products will be demonstrated in cameras and imaging systems at VISION 2016, taking place November 8-10, 2016 in Stuttgart, Germany.

Pleora’s USB3 Vision™ interfaces, including external frame grabbers and embedded hardware, provide cost and design flexibility advantages by transporting high-bandwidth imaging and video data over a USB 3.0 cable. Data is transmitted directly to a standard USB 3.0 port, allowing designers to reduce system size, cost, and power consumption by using smaller form factor computing platforms, such as laptops, embedded computers, and single-board computers. [Continue reading →]

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The iPORT NTx-NBT Embedded Video Interface hardware supports faster 5 Gbps transfer of GigE Vision-compliant images over existing Cat5e cabling. Pleora Technologies, the world’s leading supplier of high-performance video interfaces, today unveiled the first solution that brings the bandwidth and Cat 5e cabling advantages of NBASE-T technology to the vision industry. Leading X-ray flat panel detector (FPD) and camera manufacturers are already designing Pleora’s GigE Vision over NBASE-T video interface hardware into advanced imaging devices for medical and machine vision applications. Pleora’s GigE Vision over NBASE-T expertise will be showcased with live demos and technical presentations at VISION 2016, taking place Nov. 8-10, 2016 in Stuttgart, Germany.

“Pleora has set a new performance benchmark for the imaging industry,” said Harry Page, president, Pleora Technologies. “With our NBASE-T embedded video interface hardware, manufacturers can meet challenging bandwidth and cost requirements for advanced imaging devices with an easy-to-integrate solution that significantly reduces design time, cost, and risk.” [Continue reading →]

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Announces Rauscher as channel partner serving imaging market in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland, expands applications engineering support for European customers with local technical expertise[Continue reading →]

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Pleora Technologies, the world’s leading supplier of high-performance video interfaces, today introduced a platform of NBASE-T products that redefine the imaging market by transmitting uncompressed high-bandwidth GigE Vision®-compliant images at speeds up to 5 Gb/s over low-cost Cat 5e cabling. Pleora will be discussing its new GigE Vision over NBASE-T platform, along with its full suite of GigE and USB 3.0 interface solutions, at SPIE Photonics West in San Francisco (Booth 5643).

“We’re raising the benchmark in the high-performance imaging market,” said John Phillips, product management with Pleora. “With our new GigE Vision over NBASE-T interface products, camera and imaging device manufacturers can more effectively support increasing bandwidth demands for advanced manufacturing, medical, defense, and automotive imaging applications, while also achieving significant cost and design advantages.”[Continue reading →]

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The iPORT™ HDSDI-U3 External Frame Grabber provides cost, usability, and design advantages for military imaging applications by transforming HD-SDI cameras into USB3 Vision™ cameras Pleora Technologies, the world's leading supplier of high-performance video interfaces, today introduced the market’s first external frame grabber that allows manufacturers to cut the cost and complexity of HD-SDI vision systems by leveraging the plug-and-play cabling and ubiquitous computing support of USB3 Vision.

The iPORT HDSDI-U3 converts images from HD-SDI and SD-SDI cameras, video processors, and systems into uncompressed USB3 Vision-compliant video. The video – along with power and control data – is transmitted with low, consistent latency over a single USB 3.0 cable directly to an existing port on a wide variety of processing platforms, including tablets, laptops, or embedded PCs. Video can also be seamlessly transmitted to a display panel for observation. With the plug-and-play performance of USB 3.0, end-users can easily set up and tear down systems with minimal technical support. Previously, HD-SDI vision systems required a PCIe frame grabber or ExpressCard to capture image data; adding component costs, technical complexity, and limiting computing platform choice. [Continue reading →]

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With the iPORT CL-U3 External Frame Grabber, designers can cut the cost, improve the usability, and reduce the complexity of vision systems by treating Camera Link cameras like plug-and-play USB 3.0 products. Pleora Technologies recorded another industry milestone with the launch of the first product that transforms Camera Link® cameras into USB3 Vision™ cameras. With the iPORT CL-U3 External Frame Grabber, designers can cut the cost, improve the usability, and reduce the complexity of vision systems by treating Camera Link cameras like plug-and-play USB 3.0 products.

"Pleora's iPORT CL-U3 meets growing demand from equipment manufacturers for vision system solutions that leverage low-cost, easy-to-use video interfaces such as USB3 Vision," said John Phillips, senior manager, product management, Pleora Technologies. "The iPORT CL-U3 allows manufacturers deploying Camera Link cameras in new vision systems or upgrade projects to benefit from USB3's economical cabling, straightforward installation, and compatibility with a wider range of computing platforms."[Continue reading →]

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Pleora\\\'s iPORT CL-Ten Full External Frame Grabber transforms Camera Link Full cameras into GigE Vision-compliant cameras The iPORT CL-Ten bring long-distance reach and multicasting performance to vision systems deployed for wayside and mobile railway inspection. Pleora Technologies, the world's leading supplier of high-performance video interfaces, today unveiled an innovative external frame grabber that – for the first time – allows Camera Link Full cameras to be deployed in networked vision systems. Pleora's iPORT CL-Ten Full External Frame Grabber transforms Camera Link Full cameras into GigE Vision-compliant cameras, enabling their integration into multipoint, real-time video networks using low-cost, long-distance Ethernet cabling.

Pleora’s external frame grabbers have been deployed in tens of thousands of unique mission-critical systems. With the launch of the iPORT CL-Ten Full External Frame Grabber, the CL-Ten product family now supports video transmission from Camera Link Full, Medium, and Base cameras over a 10 Gigabit Ethernet (GigE) link. Vision system designers are currently deploying the new iPORT CL-Ten Full External Frame Grabber in a range of high-bandwidth vision applications, including automated inspection systems for transportation and manufacturing. [Continue reading →]

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