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BitFlow releases Neon-DIF differential frame grabber

BitFlow releases Neon-DIF differential frame grabber

July 6, 2015 - BitFlow releases Neon-DIF differential frame grabber that allows differential users to keep their existing LVDS and RS-422 cameras, cables and code.

Able to capture images at the cameras' highest frame/data rates, the Neon-DIF leverages today's PCIe high-speed technologies merged together with a camera link front end featuring a 32-bit differential interface, circa 1997.   

By delivering a simple, cost-effective upgrade path, the Neon-DIF allows differential users to keep their existing LVDS and RS-422 cameras, cables and code, while benefitting from BitFlow's FlowThru architecture which lets the Neon-Dif control, acquire, reformat and transfer video data directly into the user's application at camera speeds with zero CPU usage and almost zero latency.   

Adding the Neon-Dif to an application is simple with the BitFlow SDK, which supports both 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems. The SDK provides high level APIs for sophisticated buffer management and low-level direct access to the board for speedy custom control.

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