Mar 2013VRmagic GmbH, ImagingRequest Info
MANNHEIM, Germany, March 14, 2013 — When combined with analog cameras, the VRmDAVC-2 intelligent USB frame grabber from VRmagic GmbH provides a platform that performs image processing tasks autonomously.
The programmable Linux-based frame grabber is built on a proprietary D2 platform, characterized by a 300-MHz ARM9 processor, a 600-MHz DSP, 256-MB RAM, and 512-MB flash memory. Image data may be processed directly into the intelligent frame grabber or transmitted via Ethernet for further processing. The embedded platform allows the direct connection of peripherals and control of equipment via RS-232 or general-purpose input/outputs.
The VRmDAVC-2 features PAL and NTSC resolution, a preconfigured tool chain with cross compiler as well as composite and S-video input and output. For OEM customers, it is available with a Pico interface board including an RGB888 interface.