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Part Number: DLPLCR4500EVM
I am trying to synchronize a camera with the DLP LightCrafter 4500. The camera I have is Basler acA1920-150um. I am wondering what types of cables and connectors I need to buy to connect the camera to the output trigger port of the DLP LightCrafter 4500? Thanks.
Hello Ruibo and welcome to the DLP forums,
It looks like something like this can be purchased from Basler to attach to the camera (please confirm this is correct for your camera on their website) .
Then take a look at www.ti.com/.../dlpa036a.pdf#mce_temp_url# about how to synchronize cameras to the Lightcrafter 4500. You can also see the required cables parts here (note that the other end of this cable references a Point Grey camera whereas you will use your previously purchased/created cable.
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