Network Interface Cards (NIC)
Network interface cards, often known as NICs, are a type of network adapter hardware that slide into an expansion slot on a motherboard of a computer. A network interface card
typically incorporated into computers, in which case they are a component of the circuit board, but you can also add your own network interface card to the system to increase its capabilities.
A computer and a network are physically connected through the network interface card. This holds true regardless of whether the network is wired or wireless because the network interface card may be used
for both Ethernet and Wi-Fi networks.
As machine vision advances with sophisticated and complex applications, the need for ultra-high resolution has increased and becoming more crucial. Take your machine vision
applications to the next level with our selection of Network Interface Cards (NIC) solutions which support ultra-high resolution industrial cameras to optimize your workload performance.
* Options available for 1 port, 2 port and 4 port per card
* Easy integration for multiple camera setup on single computer
* Tested and proven for consistent quality and availability
LR-LINK is a provider of Ethernet solutions and science and technology enterprise, including the supplying of quality network interface cards, that integrates R&D, production, sales and service of various interface Ethernet Adapters.
LR-LINK Ethernet solutions for network interface card is widely used in professional fields such as Industrial Automation, Machine Vision, IDC, Cloud Computing, Huge Data Storage Centre, and Network Security and so on, including copper and fibre network transmission, single port to eight ports, 100M to 40G, mainly based on Intel, Tehuti, Marvell, Broadcom controller.
Machine Vision Network Interface Card
The following range of network interface cards are primarily intended for use with industrial field inspection servers and devices, visual field clients, fast Ethernet data transmission equipment, general servers, etc.
Machine vision network interface cards make it possible to power connected devices, like PoE-based Gigabit cameras in machine vision inspection systems, without the usage of additional PoE injectors. The interface created for industrial-grade cable access using LR-Link specialized industrial cable securely locks the cable and network port, solving the issue of unstable network ports and cable connections in industrial sites while also being compatible with regular cable access.
1G PoE Frame Grabber
1G GigE Frame Grabber
10G PoE Frame Grabber
10G GigE Frame Grabber
Server Network Card – Fiber NICs
The server network interface card primary function is to manage and process network traffic. Compared to common PC network adapters, server adapters usually require faster data transfer speeds such as 10G, 25G, 40G and even 100G. Also, server adapters have special network controllers that can take over many tasks from the CPU, resulting in lower CPU utilization. Check out our range of server network card to meet your different speed requirements for server adapters.
Network interface card performance directly impacts data transfer speed across the network. Whether you're looking for a network adapter for home use or a server network card for SMB or data center, before purchasing a network interface card, it’s important to understand what a network interface card is, the components and functions of a network interface card, and the types of network interface card available.