Interface couples to all analog cameras

The Raven universal interface connects all types of analog cameras to personal computers. Able to accept inputs from as many as four attached cameras, it handles standard-scan RS-170/CCIR monochrome, NTSC/PAL, S-video (Y/C format), and RGB color cameras, as well as non-standard types such as line-scan, progressive-scan, and dual-tap cameras. Pixels are placed directly into host memory and display in proper raster-scan order with 132-Mbyte/s continuous burst capability. Various interfaces include

Apr 1st, 1999

Interface couples to all analog cameras

The Raven universal interface connects all types of analog cameras to personal computers. Able to accept inputs from as many as four attached cameras, it handles standard-scan RS-170/CCIR monochrome, NTSC/PAL, S-video (Y/C format), and RGB color cameras, as well as non-standard types such as line-scan, progressive-scan, and dual-tap cameras. Pixels are placed directly into host memory and display in proper raster-scan order with 132-Mbyte/s continuous burst capability. Various interfaces include variable-scan input, multiple A/D input channels, all-digital phase-lock loop, multiple trigger and encoder inputs, and range of I/O connections. Prices start at $1200. BitFlow, 21-G Olympia Ave., Woburn, MA 01801; (781) 932-2900; Fax: (781) 933-9965.

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