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Block Camera Video Interface

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FORSTINNING, Germany, Feb. 23, 2022 — Block Camera Video InterfaceThe SL4651 full-high-definition transport/analog high-definition (HD-TVI/AHD) video interface from eVision Systems GmbH is designed for block cameras.

With a video format support of up to 1920 × 1080 p (30 fps) for HD-TVI or 1280 × 720 p (60/50 fps) for AHD video, the interface supports cameras with long reach cable requirements. AHD and HD-TVI are also video formats that can be based on the existing coaxial cabling. They can keep up with IP surveillance technology with image resolution and feature almost zero latency on their side. Low-voltage differential signaling block camera video input signals are demultiplexed, processed, and output over a micro-coaxial connector. For system integrators who wish to use twisted-pair cabling instead of coax cabling, a custom version can solder the twisted pair cables to the board.
Feb 2022

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