Quartet board streams four USB3 cameras simultaneously

Capable of streaming four high performance USB3 board level cameras, the Quartet TX2 Embedded is the latest carrier board from Teledyne Flir.

The cameras can stream simultaneously and at full bandwidth. By eliminating peripheral hardware and host systems, it is suitable for space constrained applications. It is pre-integrated with the company’s Spinnaker software development kit (SDK) and offers scalable performance options.

The Quartet TX2 carrier board combines power and data transmission over a single cable per camera in a compact footprint of 138 x 92 x 18.2mm. It enables developers to create compact vision systems using Nvidia’s established TX2 computing module, integrating a powerful single board computer (SBC) into vision systems with limited space.

The Quartet TX2 carrier board can be used with up to four Blackfly S USB3 board level cameras. The Nvidia Jetson deep learning hardware accelerator also allows for decision-making system on a single, compact board. 

Teledyne Flir is a Teledyne Technologies company, specialising in in intelligent sensing solutions for defence and industrial applications. The company was founded in 1978.  

Teledyne Technologies provides sophisticated digital imaging products and software, instrumentation, aerospace and defence electronics and engineered systems. Teledyne’s operations are primarily located in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, and Western and Northern Europe. 


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