The Gidel HawkEye-20GigE frame grabbing and real-time image processing system offers true 10 GigE acquisition capabilities guaranteeing 100% frame capture with no frame loss. The board is supported by comprehensive system I/Os, ROI capture capability, multi-link aggregation and chunk data (payload type: 0x4001) transmission.
The HawkEye-20GigE series offers a number of options to accommodate diverse application needs, from a plug-and-play high-performance frame grabber to a fully customized system solution comprising acquisition, FPGA image processing, real-time image compression, multi-camera synchronization and complex I/O system control.
The HawkEye-20GigE has an acquisition bandwidth of 20 Gb/s via two SFP+ ports enabling grabbing from two 10 GigE cameras, multi-link cameras or multiple GigE cameras via a switch. The HawkEye-10GigE family is based on PCIe Gen. 3 x8, providing CPU-free ultra-fast offload bandwidth.
Selective ROI acquisition
Option for on-FPGA compression
Vertical: 65 K lines
15-Pin I/O D-SUB
Linux (kernel 2.6.x- 5.19)
Linux version doesn’t include the ProcFG/InfiniVision GUI
HawkEye 20GigE is available with following options. Contact us if you need a customized solution!
Grabber option #1: InfiniVision
- Enables using many synchronized cameras and/or to grab compressed images/videos.
- All the cameras' data, including from multiple boards, is organized in a single buffer.
- Each camera can have different resolution, and pixel format, and may be changed on the fly.
- The frame grabber can have one or more instances of InfiniVision, and all cameras of the same InfiniVision instance must be synchronized.
The ProcFG and InfiniVision are each supported by its unique GUI and API suite for developing the user application. For description of ProcFG and InfiniVision, refer to the Options tab.
FPGA Programming Suite:
The Gidel grabber boards are supported by the ProcVision Suite enabling tailoring, debugging, and verification of the FPGA image processing and data flow.
Customization can be based on the InfiniVision or ProcFG flow, and can include multi-instances for supporting unique multi-camera topologies, as well as, image processing and compression.