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Teledyne DALSA PC2-CamLink Driver Download

Posted at April 20, 2024 by PCI-DB Team

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Device NameTeledyne DALSA PC2-CamLink Driver
CategoryScanner Digital Camera Webcam
ManufacturerTeledyne DALSA
File Size15.8 MB
Supported OSWindows XP ,Windows Vista ,Windows XP 64 bit ,Windows Vista 64 bit ,Windows 7 ,Windows 7 64 bit

Teledyne DALSA PC2-CamLink Driver Description

New Features

- Support for Windows Vista and Windows 7
- Support for Sapera Monitor
- Support for DALSA Device Manager
- All provided EXE, SYS, DLL and CXM files are now digitally signed.


- GIO Input values are now functional.
- In Linescan mode, external 'frame' trigger event is now generated.
- A software trigger will now generate an External Trigger Event, if enabled.
- Fixed possible crash if a start/stop grab was executed before one frame could be acquired.
- Fix issue with serial port in 7 bits data.
- New FPGA and kernel driver to fix issue with possible flash read/write access failure.
- CORXER_CAP_CYCLE_MODE is now initialized properly.
- Fixed cycling mode issues:
If snapping images, the cycling mode was not taken into consideration for selection of 1st buffer to transfer to.
In Next Empty mode, the driver would not set the buffers to full.
Next Empty with trash was not using the trash buffer.
If cycle mode is Off, buffers will now be flagged as full when an image is acquired into.
When using buffer cycling mode 'Next Empty With Trash', when all the buffers were full except one, this last buffer was acquired into twice before starting to acquire into the trash buffer.
- Fixed issue where thread termination could timeout when closing a Sapera application, causing extra delay before the application would actually be terminated.
- Signed all DLL, CXM, EXE, including the setup.exe
- Fixed possible crashing of Sapera Active X application on exit.
- Fixed possible crashing of Board Update tool if no boards was in the computer.
- Fixed the polarity of the STROBE_I input signal.
- If the snap count is not a multiple of the frames per trigger value, the proper error code will be returned instead of the generic Software Error(3).
- Fixed issue where if one de-installs the driver while a Sapera application is still running, OS would not ask to reboot machine. Driver would stay in an unstable state and possibly cause a BSOD when accessing the Sapera application.
- Software trigger of a virtual frame (linescan image) is now implemented.
- Added support for CORGIO_CAP_INPUT_CONTROL_METHOD_2: Inputs are not readable. On the PC2-CamLink, the single Input can only be used as an interrupt and the input cannot be read. Using the capability can prevent an application from trying to read the input.
- Added support for Sapera Monitor tool.
- If an ACQ Line event causes an overflow of the message queue, this event is disabled automatically if the rate is greater than 1 event/500usec or if the message queue keeps on overflowing to prevent possible freezing of the PC. This situation can easily be done by enabling the ACQ 'End of Line' event by the user's application or through the Sapera Monitor application.
- CORACQ_VAL_EVENT_TYPE_END_OF_LINE is now supported (same as CORACQ_VAL_EVENT_TYPE_END_OF_NLINES with 'n' = 1, which is the only value supported anyway).
- Fixed possible computer deadlock when both Serial interrupts and Acquisition interrupts occurred simultaneously.

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Teledyne DALSA PC2-CamLink Driver

Device Type: Scanner Digital Camera Webcam File Size: 15.8 MB Windows XP ,Windows Vista ,Windows XP 64 bit ,Windows Vista 64 bit ,Windows 7 ,Windows 7 64 bit

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