Lucid cameras optimized for speed and image quality

Sept. 28, 2023
The Atlas10 10GigE cameras use remote direct memory access (RDMA) technology to increase throughput and lower latency.

Atlas10 10GigE cameras These Lucid Vision Labs cameras are cost-effective, accurate tools for inspection applications. They are appropriate for high-bandwidth and high-speed ethernet applications. They can use standard CAT6 cables up to 82 feet in lenfth. Atlas10 cameras also include Power over Ethernet (PoE+), which simplifies integration and reduces cost.  

What’s new?  Remote direct memory access (RDMA) technology to optimize speed and image quality. Complimentary RDMA firmware upgrades for existing Atlas10 cameras will be available. 

Benefits Optimized, zero-copy image transfer over a 10GigE (10 gigabit ethernet) interface, thanks to RDMA. The Atlas10 with RDMA reliably streams 1.2 gigabytes per second of data directly to main memory, bypassing the central processing unit (CPU) and operating system. This increases throughput, lowers latency and eliminates CPU usage, which otherwise would be required for reliable multi-10GigE camera operations.  

Lucid Vision Labs Inc., Richmond, British Columbia, 833-465-8243, 

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