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Gidel RCLF remote Camera Link over Fiber Optic System | 2 km to 40 km range | Connect to another RCLF then any frame grabber | Or connect to Gidel Hawk-Eye-CL frame grabber directly

The Remote Camera Link Fiber-Optic (RCLF) extension system allows frame acquisition from a remote camera at a distance of up to 40 km without repeaters. A remote camera connects directly to the RCLF module, which transmits the camera image over fiber optic cable. On the host end, the fiber-optic cable connects to either a Gidel PCIe HawkEye-CL frame grabber board mounted in a host computer or to another Gidel RCLGR module that can interface with any user frame grabber. The RCLF supports all Camera Link modes, including 80-bit DECA, and has the option to connect two base mode cameras.

The RCLF unit is supported by remote I/O capabilities via the fiber optic cable, including:

The Gidel HawkEye-CL frame grabber offers high speed image and video acquisition, on-board real-time image processing, many I/O options, and multi-camera synchronization.

Key Features of the Gidel CamSim

Gidel RCLF system block diagram shows components of Remote Camera over Fiber Optic System.
System block diagram: Remote Camera over Fiber Optic System.

Product Data

RCLF – Gidel Remote Camera Link over Fiber Optic with transmit distance up to 40 km supporting all Camera Link modes including 80 bit DECA and 2x Base mode cameras.
Gidel RCLF with transmit distance up to 40 km.
Gidel RCLF block diagram shows grabbing subsystem based on Gidel Frame Grabber and Image Processing.
System block diagram: Grabbing subsystem based on Gidel Frame Grabber & Processing.
Gidel RCLF system block diagram shows grabbing subsystem based on 3rd party Frame Grabber and Gidel Remote Camera Link over Fiber Optic.
System block diagram: Grabbing subsystem based on 3rd party Frame Grabber.

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