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VR4NTSC VisionRecorder

Photonics.com
Mar 2007
Boulder Imaging Inc.Request Info
 
The VR4NTSC VisionRecorder from Boulder Imaging includes up to four NTSC, PAL, RS-170 or CCIR inputs, compared to just one input and features full-resolution recording without any degradation due to video compression or multiplexing -- similar to a digital video recorder, bit without compromising quality.

100_1774.JPGThe imaging system also features frame-by-frame time-stamping synchronized to IRIG-B. VR4NTSC will record either 60 fields or 30 f/s with time stamps for each; fully removable recording media for secure installations; and easy to use interface with touchscreen buttons; synchronized recording and playback from all four channels with the click of a button; and has simple and flexible video archiving functions.

The VR4NTSC has up to four inputs (NTSC, PAL, RS-170 or CCIR) supported in any combination.  The recording capacity for NTSC/PAL color is up to 11 hours; for RS-170/CCIR monochrome, up to 22 hours. Longer capacity is available with video compression options. It includes IRIG time input, a locking front panel, up to four removable data disks, Intel Core 2 Duo processing technology, a high-performance graphics card, USB 2.0 and Gigabit Ethernet ports, Windows XP operating system and a 2U rack-mount chassis.

Cameras are available separately on request.


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GLOSSARY
multiplexing
The combination of two or more signals for transmission along a single wire, path or carrier. In most optical communication systems this is referred to as wavelength division multiplexing, in which the combination of different signals for transmission are imbedded in multiple wavelengths over a single optical channel. The optical channel is a fiber optic cable or any other standard optical waveguide.
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