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I want to connect My ccd camera with labview. The details of my system is given bellow. I cannot connect it please help
 
OS:  WINDOWS 7, 64bit
 
LabView Run-Time 2013(64-bit)
NI-IMAQ 4.8
NI-IMAQdx 4.3
 
Camera: QICAM Monochrome Cooled (QIC-F-M-12-C)
Model QICAM
Resolution 1392 x 1040
Sensor 1/2" Sony ICX205 progressive-scan interline CCD
Pixel Size 4.65 x 4.65µm
Cooling Type Peltier thermoelectric cooling to 25˚C below ambient
Digital Output 12 bit
Video Output FireWire (IEEE 1394b)
Max. Frame Rate 10 fps full resolution @ 12 bits
Pixel Scan 20, 10, 5, 2.5MHz
Mount Type C-mount optical format

 

 

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Cannot physically connect it to your PC, cannot get an image out of it? What have you tried? I presume you have some sort of firewire interface care or framegrabber in your PC?

For me, before I even reach for LabVIEW I make sure the camera works properly in MAX. Have you gotten that far?

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