Machine vision devices in high I/O applications

The BitBox is controlled solely by a BitFlow frame grabber, using the same API, driver and manual.
By BitFlow June 20, 2016

The BitBox is controlled solely by a BitFlow frame grabber, using the same API, driver and manual. Courtesy: BitFlowBitFlow’s I/O BitBox provides 36 inputs and 36 outputs in a compact, DIN-rail mounted form factor that supports TTL, LVDS, open collector, opto-isolated and 24 V signaling. The BitBox is controlled solely by a BitFlow frame grabber, using the same API, driver and manual. A small high-speed 15-wire cable with the maximum length of 10 m runs between the BitBox and the frame grabber. The BitBox contains 12-pin connector blocks that can be added or removed. Blocks are logically grouped by signal type and have snap-in connectors that allow the fabrication of a harness without directly wiring the BitBox.

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