Digital Video Recorder captures real-time video.
May 24, 2006 -
Offered with IRIG-B time stamping and GPS interface capabilities, Studio9000DVR can perform uncompressed/compressed real-time image or video capture directly to hard disk at rates to 528 Mbps. Product is capable of simultaneous capture/playback of 4 video streams and allows for unlimited multicam editing and re-editing of captured video without degradation or frame loss. Other features include capability for optional Mil-1553 bus data receiver and transmitter.
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Cepoint Networks LLC
1 W. Otterson St.
Nashua, NH, 03062
Video Capture and Telemetry
Cepoint's Rugged Studio9000DVR with GPS and IRIG-B time-stamp now shipping with optional Mil-1553 bus receiver and transmitter.
Studio9000DVR-IRIG is a rugged Real-time Digital Video Recorder (DVR) system for robust Mission-Critical, scientific image acquisition and analysis
Studio9000 DVR system performs with blazing speed, featuring uncompressed (or compressed) real-time image or video capture and recording direct to system hard disk with optional precision IRIG-B time stamping and GPS interface capabilities. Cepoint's Studio9000DVR, with capability for optional Mil-1553 bus data receiver and transmitter for users interested in integrating video with Telemetry and Mil-1553 bus data acquisition applications. Standard digital or composite analog video acquisition in color NTSC/PAL, SECAM, RGB YCrCB 4:2:2, or in monochrome format - CCIR (625 lines) and EIA (525 lines) - are supported. Optional SDI is also supported. Up to 240 fps (analog), and very high-speed digital video up to 1280 x 1024 resolution and 30 fps up to 500-1,000 fps (digital) is possible. Other features include: simultaneous capture/playback of four video streams; up to two or more channels of real-time simultaneous record and play; unlimited multicam editing and reediting of captured video without degradation or frame loss; captures continuous real-time video directly to system hard disk or memory; compact, rugged 2RU, 3RU, or 4RU MIL-COTS format; capture and stream directly to disk at up to 528 MBps. Capture directly to system hard drive from different video formats and sources supported by Studio9000 DVR. Monochrome or color at 8 bits, 10 bits, 12 bits,14 bits, and more, including area scan, progressive scan, and line scan. Optional interface features include analogue BNC, Digital LVDS, CameraLINK, USB, and 1394 FireWire cameras.
Airborne video recording
Object tracking and time reference measurement
Missile range testing
Mil-1553 bus data acquisition
Endless video program looping
Bullet explosion testing
Portable field production
Desktop video capture station
Studio9000 DVR greatly simplifies the process of time referencing object position and timing measurements by integrating real-time video acquisition, real-time IRIG time stamp, and GPS position data.
Capture of images or continuous real-time video directly to hard disk at up to 528 MBps; 8-bit, 10-bit, 12-bit, 14-bit, 24-bit mono or color
Analog RS-170, NTSC/PAL, RGB, and digital LVDS, CameraLINK, USB, FireWire 1394, and RS-644 or RS-422 camera interface options
Video resolution: 640 x 480, up to 1280 x 1024 pixels; compressed or uncompressed video formats include: AVI, MJPEG, optional MPEG-4
Digital clock circuitry; capture high-speed, high-resolution images from RGB or composite; progressive scan, line scan, and area scan
Optional SDI video I/O (SMPTE 259M, 270 Mbps) with embedded AES/EBU audio
IRIG-B and GPS formats include: Time code generator, IRIG receiver, ANT BNC input connector, and DB-9 pin RS-232 connector
Real-time simultaneous capture of up to four channels; stream video directly to hard drive, memory, or display output
RAID 0 storage with capacity up to 4.8 TB option, and expandable with CePOINT's optional NAS RAID storage for extended duration of video
External event triggers; up to 4- or 8-channel digital I/O for programmable triggers
External interface ports include: RJ-45 Ethernet, 1 x PS2 keyboard, 1 x PS2 mouse, VGA, RS-232, or RS-422
Support for Region of Interest (ROI) video manipulation, packed and planar; YUV 4:2:2
Rugged MIL-COTS format; lightweight, rugged 19" 2U, 3U, 4 or 5U rack mount, airborne or portable with 24 V or 28 V dc option
For more information, contact: Rock Romeo, email@example.com Ph: (603)883-7979 http://www.cepoint.com
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