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High Performance Frame Grabber

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Designed to get the most out of any SVideo/
composite color or standard black and
white camera, the Ellips Rio is a high performance
PCI frame grabber, targeted at real-time industrial
image processing applications. The Rio comes in
two versions:
· Basic version with one input module
· Full version with two input modules
Basic Rio
The Basic Rio features are:
· 3rd generation PCI bus master with flexible
transfer controller
· 6 (CVBS or monochrome) cameras or 3 Y/C
cameras can be connected
· Black & white (grayscale) digitizing
· Color digitizing, inputs Y/C or CVBS
· Simultaneous grabbing from two black and
white cameras
· Supports progressive scan cameras
Full Rio
The extra Full Rio features are:
· Independent processing of two video sources
· Fast switching between color cameras
· Simultaneous grabbing from four black and
white cameras
· High quality black and white input with
programmable gain and offset
· Supports RGB and RGBA cameras

High Performance Frame Grabber

High Performance Frame Grabber

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Designed to get the most out of any SVideo/
composite color or standard black and
white camera, the Ellips Santos is a high
performance PCI frame grabber, targeted at realtime
industrial image processing applications.
The features are:
• High speed DMA transfers
• Simultaneous grabbing of 4 CVBS, YC or
monochrome cameras
• 25 regions of interest per camera to reduce
PCI bus load
• PAL (768 x 576), NTSC (640 x 480) and
SECAM (768 x 576) support
• Supports RGB, YUV, grayscale and B/W
output formats
• RGB and YUV color calibration
• No pixel drop due to onboard memory
• Supports both 5V PCI and 3.3V PCI
environments (PCI 2.1 compliant)
• Windows (WDM) and VxWorks drivers
High speed DMA transfers
Several PCI grabbers have been available on the
market for some time, but, depending on their
architecture, most of them are not suited for realtime
imaging processing applications:
• Some grabbers based on a PCI SVGA
controller have an image port that allows write
access to the video memory from an external
access bus (typical bandwidth 45 MB/s).
Although this method offers live video on the
desktop without hogging the PCI bus, reading
the image back from video memory to main
memory suffers from slow memory access
due to the nature of these SVGA controllers:
typical write bandwidth from PCI to SVGA is
up to 90 MB/s, whereas read bandwidth from
SVGA to PCI is limited to approximately 7
MB/s. Therefore SVGA-controllers based PCI
grabbers are generally not suited for real-time
imaging applications.
• Some PCI grabbers employ efficient PCI burst
transfers, but lack flexible transfer controller
capabilities. Therefore, more data is sent over
the PCI bus than is actually needed, thus
slowing the system down. For example, when
tracking moving objects, the region of interest
changes for every video frame. This calls for
changing the region of interest at field rate.


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