EDT - Engineering Design Team


EDT - Engineering Design TeamSpot

EDT ( Engineering Design Team, Inc. ) has aspired to provide limitless interface performance for people working at the cutting edge of research, industry, and technology.

Founded in 1987,EDT first set new standards with single-slot interface boards developed for the Sun SPARCStation.

Today EDT supports a wide range of computer-to-computer and computer-to-device links through an extensive line of PCI, PCI Express, CompactPCI, PMC and AMC interfaces. EDT boards, systems, servers, and auxiliary products now provide speed and reliability for applications throughout the scientific, commercial, and military communities.

Website:  http://www.edt.com/


EDT - Engineering Design Team

PIXCI ® EC1 & ECB1

Camera Link frame grabbers


High-performance Camera Link frame grabbers for PCI Express, PCI, PMC and Compact PCI.


Camera Link frame grabber for PCI Express / x1

VisionLink F1 Camera Link framegrabber for 1-lane PCI Express. One or optionally two SDR26 connectors for up to two base mode cameras. Supports standard mode control (CC) lines and has an on-board UART for camera control and external triggering. Half- or full-height backpanel, fits in a 1-,4-, 8-, or 16-lane PCIe slot.
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Camera Link frame grabber for PCI Express / x4

VisionLink F4 Camera Link framegrabber for 4-lane PCI Express, with two SDR26 connectors for up to two base through full mode cameras. Supports standard mode control (CC) lines and has an on-board UART for camera control and external triggering. Half- or full-height backpanel, fits in a 4-,8-, or 16-lane PCIe slot.
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Camera Link frame grabber for PCI

PCI DV C-Link The PCI DV C-Link is a Camera Link frame grabber board that provides high-resolution image capture for digital video cameras. It has two MDR 26-pin connectors to support one medium- or up to two base-mode cameras. The compact, half-length board...
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Camera Link frame grabber for CompactPCI

PMC DV C-Link The PMC DV C-Link is a Camera Link frame grabber that provides high-resolution image capture for digital video in a PMC form-factor board. It has one MDR-26 pin connector to support a single base-mode camera. The board fits in any...
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Camera Link frame grabber for PMC

PMC DV C-Link The PMC DV C-Link is a Camera Link frame grabber that provides high-resolution image capture for digital video in a PMC form-factor board. It has one MDR-26 pin connector to support a single base-mode camera. The board fits in any...
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EDT - Engineering Design Team

PIXCI ® EC1 & ECB1

Camera Link extenders


Fiber-optic modules provide long range capability (up to 100 KM) and electrical isolation for AIA Camera Link cameras.


Camera Link extender – base mode, 20-85MHz

VisionLink RCX Extender that adapts base mode Camera Link over fiber to extend beyond the limits of electrical cabling. Similar in size to a standard Camera Link connector, supporting data rates up to 255 MB/s and pixel clock rates of 20-85 MHz. Two extenders combine to form a long distance camera link cable. Works with Camera Link cameras and EDT or third-party Camera Link frame grabbers.
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Camera Link extender – base through extended full, 20-80MHz

RCX C-Link The RCX C-Link is a camera link extension module (camera link repeater) that adapts Camera Link digital image data to fiber-optic cable, providing remote location up to 300 meters using standard transceivers, up to 10 kilometers with long-range transceivers, or...
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Camera Link frame grabber / fiberoptic extender for PCI

PCI DV FOX The PCI DV FOX is a long-range fiberoptic interface that provides high-resolution image capture for Camera Link cameras. It supports one medium- or up to two base-mode cameras, at distances up to 100 kilometers from the host computer. The board...
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Camera Link frame grabber / fiber-optic extender for PMC

PMC DV FOX The PMC DV FOX is a long-range fiberoptic frame grabber that provides high-resolution image capture for Camera Link cameras. It supports one medium- or up to two base-mode cameras, at distances up to 100 kilometers from the host computer, depending...
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