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I have two framegrabber with a fast camera (1800+ fps). I would like to know which grabber can grab 1000fps. Below are the features of the 2 grabbers:

Inspecta-5 Full Camera Link® Version:

  • Support for line scan and area cameras.
  • Video data rate of up to 660 Mbytes/sec.
  • PCI – X bus interface for 64 Bit data width and 66 MHz clock frequency.
  • PCI bus interface for 32 Bit data width and 33 MHz clock frequency.
  • 2 Gigabyte Onboard Memory for fast video streams.
  • Four opt coupled input- output ports for external trigger and encoder signals.
  • 528 Mbytes/sec. maximum data rate on the PCI–X Bus.
  • SDK for Windows 2000/XP

SILICONSOFTWARE V-Series Camera Link : “microEnable IV VD4-CL”

  • Camera Pixel Clock Support 85 MHz
  • Area Scan Cameras 32k * 64k max. image size
  • Line Scan Cameras 64k max. image width
  • Acquisition Buffer: 512 MB DDR-RAM
  • Sustainable Transfer Rate (max.) 850 MBytes/sec.
  • microEnable SDK for Windows XP/Vista/ 7/ Linux
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This question is pretty much unreadable. Please consider tidying up the formatting (e.g. by using lists) to make it easier to understand. –  Christi Mar 25 '12 at 0:32
    
I'm guessing this depends on the resolution you want to capture. –  Eroen Mar 25 '12 at 2:19
    
dear Eroen, thank you so much for your comment. well im trying to use the Maximum resolution 1028x1024, but in small image size like 10x10 –  user261002 Mar 26 '12 at 9:54

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