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PCI Express Frame Grabber
Aug 2008
Sensoray Co. Inc.Request Info
TIGARD, Ore., Aug. 28, 2008 – Sensoray Co. Inc. has announced the addition of the Model 817 PCI Express JPEG frame grabber to its line of OEM video capture cards.

The 817 PCI Express x1 card captures 16 separate channels of compressed JPEG or uncompressed bitmaps at 480 total frames per second. Complete capture flexibility is provided by the board, and all capture parameters can be set independently for each capture channel, supporting x1 or wider PCI Express slots.

It has an internal 16 x 4 analog crosspoint video switch that can be used to route any combination of four input channels to external video monitors. Each of the outputs can be individually turned on or off allowing the outputs of multiple models to the same monitor. PCI-Frame-Grabber.jpg

The model contains four identical video capture and processing units (VCPU), each handling four input video channels. Each VCPU has a four-channel decoder to convert analog video to digital. Each also has a digital signal processor to capture digitized video and handle processing tasks, including frame decimations, caption overlay, JPEG compression and status reporting.

The company provides an SDK for the model that includes driver and demo applications for both Windows and Linux operating systems.

For more information, visit:

Sensoray Co. Inc.
7313 SW Tech Center Drive
Tigard, OR 97223
Phone: (503) 684-8005
Fax: (503) 684-8164


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