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microEnable 5 marathon deepVCL - Frame grabber

microEnable 5 marathon deepVCL is a PCIe image processing device that allows the connection of two cameras of any Camera Link standard specification.

microEnable 5 marathon deepVCL is a high-speed image processing solution for Deep Learning applications by VisualApplets.

  • Enables real-time image processing for Deep Learning
  • Compliant to VisualApplets CNN operator
  • Onboard image preprocessing functions
  • Industrial multi-device, multi-camera support
  • DMA 1800 / up to 1800 MB/s PCIe Data bandwidth (PCIe x4 Gen2)
  • Supports opto-decoupled signals via front I/O
  • Broad support of Third-party software interfaces
  • Versatile application and industry usage
  • Custom FPGA programming with VisualApplets supporting Xilinx Kintex FPGAs
  • PoCL SafePower.

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Frame grabber - microEnable 5 marathon deepVCL
  • Frame grabber - microEnable 5 marathon deepVCL

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Acquisition Type Frame grabber
Manufacturer Basler
Model Name microEnable 5 marathon deepVCL
Product Series marathon Frame Grabber
Product Line Processing

Device Features

On-Board Memory 2 GByte DDR3-RAM
I/O Module Interfaces (Trigger and Sync) onboard: 8in/8out (max.), TTL or opto-coupled, Front GPIO: up to 3 differential signals in, up to 4 single-ended signals in (depends on configuration), 2 TTL outputs
Power via Interface (p. port) PoCL (4W/12V per cable, Safe Power)

Camera Interface

Standard Camera Link 2.0
Interface
  • Camera Link
Configurations CL-full, CL-medium, CL-dual base, CL-base, CL-deca (80bit)
Connectors 2 x SDR/HDR26 (miniCL)
Power output PoCL SafePower, 4W/12V per cable
Camera Support line scan camera, area scan camera
Sensor Type CFA sensor (Bayer), Grayscale sensor, RGB sensor
Sensor Resolution 64k*64k (area scan sensor, VisualApplets), 64k (line scan sensor, VisualApplets)
Bit Depth 8-16-bit (grayscale), 24-48-bit (color)
Data Bandwidth 6,8 Gbit/s (850 MB/s)
Data Bandwidth (p.port; Total) 6,8 Gbps; 6,8 Gbps (850 MB/s)
No. of Ports 2
Test Environment Camera Simulator

Host PC Interface

PC Bus Interface PCIe 2.1 x4, DMA1800
PC Bus Interface Performance up to 1.800 MB/s (sustainable)

Controls and General-Purpose I/Os

Trigger Board GPIO Interfaces Box connector (34-pin)
On-board GPIO interface One 34-pin flat cable connector onboard: 8 input signals and 8 output signals with open-drain optionally as 4 opto-coupled inputs (4,5V - 28V), optional 2 opto-coupled differential inputs (RS422); 4 opto-coupled outputs (4,5V - 28V)
On-board Front GPIO Interface optional (conf.): 4 opto-coupled Inputs (4,5V - 28V) with up to 1 MHz frequency, 2 TTL outputs, up to 20 MHz frequency, One 15-pin D-Sub socket: 2 opto-coupled differential inputs (RS422) and 1 opto-coupled differential / single ended input
GPIO Synchronisation and Control Configurable Trigger System supporting several trigger modes (grabber controlled, external trigger, gated, software trigger) and shaft encoder functionality with backward compensation, Multi-Camera-Synchronization
GPIO Interface Summary onboard: 8in/8out (max.), TTL or opto-coupled, Front GPIO: up to 3 differential signals in, up to 4 single-ended signals in (depends on configuration), 2 TTL outputs

Processing Features

Basic Features Tap Sorting (Sensor Readout Correction), Offset/Gain/Gamma correction, Invert, ROI, Image Selector, LUT

Physical and Environmental Information

Dimensions PCIe Standard height, half length card: 167.64 mm length x 111.15 mm height
Weight (typical) 165 g
Power Consumption / Power Source 12 V, 1.4 A (actual values depend on processing)
Operating Temperature 50° (0 LFM*), 60° (100 LFM*) FPGA operating temperature: 0°C to 85°C, *LFM = Linear Feet per Minute, unit for measuring airflow velocity
Storage Temperature -50°C up to 80°C
Relative Humidity (operating, storage) 5%-90% non-condensing (operating), 0%-95% (storage)
MTBF pending
Compliances WEEE, RoHS, REACH, CE class B

Software

Software Drivers Windows 10 / 8 / 7 (32-Bit), Windows 10 / 8 / 7 (64-Bit), Linux 32-Bit, Linux 64-Bit
Software Tools microDisplay (Acquisition control and viewer), GenICam Explorer (Camera configuration tool), microDiagnostics (Analysis and service tool), Device Drivers, SDK, Documentation
Software API .net interface, Framegrabber SDK
FPGA Programming VisualApplets
MV Software Compatibility others on request, Halcon
Accessories and Bundles

Trigger Boards

  • Opto trigger: opto-coupled signals
  • TTL trigger: standard TTL level
  • Multiple input and output signals (max. 8x in, 8x out)
  • Synchronization of the image acquisition process
  • Synchronization of multiple cameras in the image acquisition system
  • Control of the camera’s exposure time
  • Independent control of multiple cameras connected to a frame grabber
  • Highly flexible graphic programming of user-defined trigger functions with VisualApplets

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Manuals

The manuals provide complete information on all aspects of usage - from installing frame grabbers and software to first acquisition checks to advanced image processing. Described are all frame grabber series and models available together with their hardware and software add-ons, their specific functionalities and all image processing options along with the graphical FPGA development environment VisualApplets.

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Product Insights

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Customer Stories

Basler Customer Stories describe a broad diversity of applications and potential uses for Basler frame grabbers on a variety of markets. They explain the requirements Basler’s customers had to face while designing their image processing system and how Basler frame frabbers successfully contributed to resolving the problem.

microDisplay X

microDisplay X

During the activation of frame grabbers, microDisplay X helps you test the entire system configuration, select and parameterize applets and perform camera settings.

  • Configure cameras (GenICam) and applets directly in the start window and save or access the configuration
  • Load multiple applets (one applet per board)
  • Enlarge DMA (Direct Memory Access) output window for a large-scale display of an individual DMA output
  • Optimized accuracy of the frame rate information (frames per second) during the acquisition
  • Easy setup of line scan camera systems with line profile and line histogram (provide information on individual pixel values and the distribution of a line)
  • Buffer assigned in applet but not used (if the image section transferred by the camera is too small) is displayed in red in the DMA output window
  • New log window to access general and camera discovery log information, grabber events and system status information at any time

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microDiagnostics makes it possible to flash a frame grabber with applets and perform various tests for a successful activation

  • Support with the speedy activation of the frame grabber
  • Test functions simplify an overview of the full system’s functionality
  • Simple camera change by selecting and flashing another applet

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The Software Development Kit (SDK) is an easy way to integrate a frame grabber and camera into the customer’s application while using complex trigger settings, particularly the microEnable frame grabber function, to their full extent. A generic application programming interface (API) enables platform-independent work. Of course, the SDK also helps system builders develop their own C/C++/C# or Python applications.

  • Quick and easy integration of frame grabbers into your application and software environment
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