Video capture kit for microscope automation imaging software by Media Cybernetics

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The Aexeon Video Capture Kits from Media Cybernetics (Bethesda, MD) support the company's Image-Pro Plus 7 imaging software for microscope automation. The kits include a frame grabber (PCI or PCIe), acquisition software driver, custom interface cables, and PDF documentation. The Aexeon version accepts multiple composite, S-Video, or component inputs in both NTSC and PAL formats, and digitizes in both square pixel and CCIR-601 resolutions, while Aexeon LT supports up to three composite inputs or a single S-Video input, and has a single trigger for TTL or strobe interfaces.

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Media Cybernetics Releases New Aexeon Video Capture Kit Supporting Analog Cameras for Image-Pro® Plus Products

June 15, 2011 – Bethesda, MD – Media Cybernetics® releases the all new Aexeon Video Capture Kit for Image-Pro Plus 7. This kit is the ideal solution for anyone involved in electronic imaging who wants to simplify the purchase and integration of imaging software and hardware components. The Aexeon & Aexeon LT video capture boards from dPict Imaging Inc. are the perfect fit for analog camera solutions. The Aexeon boards paired with the versatile and powerful Image-Pro Plus software, allow you an extensive array of configurations and flexiability with your imaging system. Now available for Windows XP (32 & 64bit) and Windows 7 (32 & 64bit).

This kit includes a frame grabber (PCI or PCIe), the acquisition software driver, custom interface cables, and PDF documentation. The kit includes one of the following boards to interface with Image-Pro Plus 7.

Aexeon Video Capture Kit - The Aexeon accepts multiple composite, S-Video, or component inputs in both NTSC and PAL formats and digitizes in both square pixel and CCIR-601 resolutions. The Aexeon also incorporates 32 MB of onboard memory for robust video acquisition, video output, and complete camera control. The kit comes with one 6 foot long HD44H to DB9, S-Video, and BNC cable as well as one 2 foot long DB-9 serial to 4 BNC breakout connectors.

Aexeon LT Video Capture Kit - The Aexeon LT video capture board is the perfect fit for analog camera solutions. The Aexeon LT is a low-cost PCI or PCI-E bus-mastering video capture board utilizing the Texas Instruments Digital Media processor and same enhanced video digitization as the full-featured Aexeon. Aexeon LT supports up to three composite inputs or a single S-Video input, and has a single trigger for TTL or strobe interfaces. This kit comes with one 6 foot long BNC to BNC cable.

All kits include dPict drivers and Image-Pro Capture interfaces available from the installation CD. To find the Image-Pro Plus 7 Capture Interface alone, visit the Media Cybernetics Support site at the following web address: http://support.mediacy.com/drivers.asp

For more information from dPict Imaging, Inc.: http://dpictimaging.com/

About Media Cybernetics
Founded in 1981, Media Cybernetics develops image analysis solutions to automate research, development, and quality control processes in life science and industry. The company’s products simplify and enhance image-based data collection and analysis to increase accuracy and productivity. Image-Pro Plus is the image analysis software used daily by thousands of researchers and engineers in medicine, science, and industry. For more information about Media Cybernetics, visit www.mediacy.com.

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Posted by Lee Mather

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