It looks like the C9001 needs to be provided with a clock signal (CLK) and a START signal, and it will output a video signal (VIDEO) and, a trigger signal (TRIG) corresponding to each pixel, and an end of scan signal (EOS).
With the data acquisition toolbox and an appropriate DAQ device you can
- generate the CLK, START signals with digital output channels (or counter output channel in pulse generation mode)
- acquire the TRIG and EOS signals with digital input channels
- acquire the VIDEO signal (A/D conversion) with an analog input channel
- you can also use the TRIG signal as a scan clock signal for A/D conversion of the analog VIDEO signal
Depending on your desired CLK rate and your DAQ device specifications, you might be able to have all the above channels in a single DAQ session, and process the acquired VIDEO and TRIG data to obtain the pixel data.
Another approach might be to import the TRIG signal as an external scan clock for a DAQ session with an analog input channel for the VIDEO signal.
You can also contact MathWorks technical support if you are running into any issues with this.