Rugged XMC video capture card for video processing introduced by Curtiss-Wright

LEESBURG, Va., 13 Aug. 2009. Curtiss-Wright Controls Embedded Computing in Leesburg, Va., is introducing the XMC-270 rugged, high resolution video frame grabber and video capture card in XMC (VITA 42.3) format for video processing.

LEESBURG, Va., 13 Aug. 2009. Curtiss-Wright Controls Embedded Computing in Leesburg, Va., is introducing the XMC-270 rugged, high resolution video frame grabber and video capture card in XMC format (VITA 42.3) for video processing.

The XMC-270 video capture device for video and image processing delivers high resolution analog and digital video capture, advanced serial connectivity, and has a built-in PCI Express core to provide high performance video and image storage. A Xilinx Virtex-5 field programmable gate array (FPGA) provides extra functionality for digital image processing.

Available in air- and conduction cooled versions, the XMC-270 color video processing module supports high-resolution digital and analog video formats, including legacy interlaced analog video. The card can transfer raw video data in a wide variety of color depths including 8-bit YCbCr (BT.656-4), 32-bit RGB8888 (with Alpha), 16-bit RGB565, and 8-bit Mono (green only).

It provides a range of video capture has including full frame rate, reduced frame rate (user programmable), and snap shot. The XMC-270 supports a wide range of video capture functionality including six (6) independent NTSC/PAL/RS170 CVBS/S-Video inputs, two (2) independent DVI (TMDS) inputs, and two (2) independent RGB HV/SoG inputs.

For more information contact Curtiss-Wright online at www.cwcembedded.com.

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