All PL-D and PL-X Pixelink cameras.
When enabled, this feature will place an upper bound on the amount of aggregate bandwidth the camera may use for image data. Of course, each individual packet associated with image data must (by definition) be sent at the full link speed -- but over a longer period of time, the amount of overall bandwidth consumed by the camera, will not exceed this limit. This feature may be particularly useful, if you plan on using multiple cameras on a single bus, or connecting the camera onto a bus that has another high throughput device.
Number of Params
Millions of bits per second
Settable while streaming
|All PL-D and PL-X cameras
|All PL-D and PL-X Cameras
|Millions of bits per second
|Varies-but generally defined by the link throughput
|The max value and step size vary with the link type For USB3, the MAX value and step size are 3352 and 16 respectively.
USB Vision Control
Bandwidth limit is a standard USB3 Vision feature. Refer to the USB3 Vision specification for more information.