ADLINK launches GigE Vision PoE+ frame grabber

Oct. 19, 2016

San Jose, CA. ADLINK Technology, a global provider of embedded building blocks and application-ready intelligent platforms, has announced the release of its new PCIe-GIE72/74 2/4CH PCI Express GigE vision Power over Ethernet (PoE)+ frame grabbers, which provide support for a range of machine-vision applications. Key assets, such as cameras and other equipment, are secured from damage by the PCIe-GIE72/74’s PoE power protection. In addition, a user-friendly PoE management utility and APIs monitor and control PoE ports in real time and enable prediction of possible failure events.

Any number of PCIe-GIE72/74 cards can be installed in a single system without occupying any BIOS I/O resources. Combined with operating temperature tolerance from 0˚C to 70˚C, the multicard capability makes the PCIe-GIE72/74 suitable for deployment with fanless computers in environments with limited space and in applications such as automated optical inspection (AOI) and industrial automation.

The PCIe-GIE72/74 was designed with comprehensive PoE protections in order to eliminate the threat of asset damage. The frame grabbers respond to over/under current, voltage, and temperature events, and their automated power budget control manages budgets according to source (PCIe or 4/6-pin Molex connector). When the budget is exceeded, PoE power is interrupted to prevent damage to connected devices.

The PCIe-GIE72/74’s easy-to-use utility and APIs provide real-time PoE status monitoring of device class, voltage, current, wattage, and temperature. PoE power can be remotely switched on and off; PoE port priority and thermal thresholds remotely set; and possible failure predicted, all reducing operating costs and circumventing downtime.

The PCIe-GIE7x Pro series with PoE will be available in early November.

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