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Examples of "coaxpress"
The standard connector for CoaXPress is a 75 Ω BNC connector. A second connector option is the DIN 1.0/2.3 connector. Solutions with a 5W5 connector have also been demonstrated, but this is not officially supported by the CoaXPress consortium.
So far, there is just one company, EcqoLogic, which develops CoaXPress compatible driver and equalizer devices. These devices must be used with FPGA devices, in order to implement CoaXPress standard protocol.
CoaXPress (CXP) is an asymmetric high speed serial communication standard over coaxial cable. The most common application is to interface cameras to computers (via frame grabbers) on applications (such as machine vision) which involve automated acquisition and analysis of images. A CoaXPress camera can be interfaced to a CoaXPress frame grabber by a single coaxial cable without an external power supply or extra cables for uplink communication to the camera.
The CoaXPress standard is another high-speed digital interface, originally design for industrial camera interfaces. The data rates for CoaXPress go up to 6.25 Gbit/s over a single coaxial cable. A 20 Mbit/s uplink channel and power over coax are also included in the standard.
CoaXPress is a scalable standard and can be used for connections from 1.25 Gbit/s up to 25 Gbit/s and more.
CoaXPress supports a low speed uplink channel from frame grabber to camera. This uplink channel has a fixed bit rate of 20.833 Mbit/s. The uplink channel uses 8b/10b encoding. The uplink can be used for camera control, triggering and firmware updates.
The transmission medium for CoaXPress is coaxial cable with a characteristic impedance of 75 Ω. The maximum transmission distance is depending on the bit rate and the quality of the cable. RG11, RG6, RG59 and other cable types can be used. It is also possible to reuse existing coaxial cable when upgrading from an analogue to a digital camera system.
The most common application is to interface cameras to computers (via a frame grabber) on applications (such as Machine vision) which involve automated acquisition and analysis of images.Some cameras and frame grabbers have been introduced which support and utilize the CoaXPress interface standard.
CoaXPress has been developed by 6 companies, of whom Adimec, EqcoLogic and Active Silicon where among the biggest drivers, in 2008 2009. The goal was after the failure of Visilink to develop a successor for the Camera link standard for high-speed and data-rich vision related communication. The standard was first demonstrated in November 2008 at "The Vision" trade-show. After a good reception the standard writing consortium of industrial companies consisting of Adimec, Eqcologic, Active Silicon, AVAL DATA, NED and Components Express was formed early 2009. during the next Vision in 2009 the consortium was awarded the VisionAward for their efforts to further the cause of (machine)vision applications. By this time the JIIA have adopted CoaXPress to mature it to an official standard after which the first draft version 1.0 was presented in December 2010.
The imaging device (e.g. camera) can either be separate from the main image processing unit or combined with it in which case the combination is generally called a smart camera or smart sensor. When separated, the connection may be made to specialized intermediate hardware, a frame grabber using either a standardized (Camera Link, CoaXPress) or custom interface. MV implementations also have used digital cameras capable of direct connections (without a framegrabber) to a computer via FireWire, USB or Gigabit Ethernet interfaces.
Mikrotron cameras capture images from 1.1 up to 25 MPixel resolution and frame rates from several hundred to more than 250,000 frames per second (fps). They are used for process optimization, quality testing, engineering and motion analysis. Mikrotron develops and designs all of the hard- and software that is used in its high-speed imaging products. Its own electronic manufacturing department produces the circuit boards using surface mount technology and assembles the cameras. The EoSens 25CXP, a 25 Mpixel CoaXPress camera, won the “Product of the Year” award from the electronics portal In 2015, Mikrotron was awarded a Top Job Award for its exceptional leadership qualities.