dPict Imaging has launched the DP-810, a new low power Linux-based embedded platform, smart interface board especially designed for 4K Sony Block cameras. When connected to a Sony Block camera, The DP-810 encodes, records, and transmits IP video as well as provides power and communication to the camera. With an interface converter board, it can support any camera with HDMI video output. It has a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor incorporating a 2.2 GHz 8-core, 64 Bit ARM Cortex A53 processor, video processor, and memory. It supports H.265/H.264 video encoding at up to 4K30p resolution and can transmit over wireless or ethernet. The DP-810 comes with two I/O boards, HDMI video out, power and communication. It has 2GB of system memory and 16GB flash memory, Micro-SD card, VISCA Serial, and Micro USB interface. With a footprint of 57 x 54 mm, it can operate in temperatures from 0° - 70°C and non-condensing relative humidity from 0-95%. It can be configured and adjusted remotely using provided web utilities.
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Contact: dPict Imaging
Headquarters: Indianapolis, IN, USA
Key Features: Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 2GB system memory, video encoding up to 4K30p resolution
What dPict Imaging says: View more information on DP-810.
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