Alacron, Inc., manufacturer of high quality frame grabbers and accelerated frame grabber subsystems for more than twenty years, today announced a quad density, 1.2 Terabyte FastVault-FL.
One of Alacron’s most recent additions to its FastSeries family, based on the Nexperia processor, the FastVault-FL, is a 6 U Eurocard form-factor board-level autonomous frame grabber and storage system for use with virtually any high performance camera.
“Input consists of both four GigE ports and/or three to six 85 MHz Basic Camera Link Channels which provide input for virtually all high speed cameras,” said Dr. Joseph Sgro, founder and CEO of Alacron, Inc. “The FastVault-FL can be supplied in a commercial or rugged board level version or in commercial, rugged, or militarized cases with varied input voltages, environmental, and temperature ranges. The unprecedented level of compatibility and flexibility of FastVault-FL should interest users of virtually all high performance, smart cameras.”
“Dr. Sgro’s background in neurology and advanced mathematics gives him a unique insight as a manufacturer into the real world demands for integrated design and the need for highest quality products,” said Paul Stanton, President of Alacron. “The new FastVault-FL System is available with multiple environmental and voltage options for virtually any standardized or custom standard performance. The front end data is formatted and preprocessed by a FPGA before being sent to the memory subsection, processor, GigE interfaces or other outputs. The storage subsystem consists of 320, 640, or 1200 Gigabytes of Flash non-volatile storage with a recording bandwidth of 800 MB/sec. This board offers six basic, three medium or two full channel Camera Link Interfaces.”