The compact 8000 Series models are rugged real-time video trackers capable of handling both analog and digital video inputs. Digital video interface options include SD/HD/3G-SDI, Camera Link and HDMI with support for resolutions up to 2048 x 2048 and frame rates up to 250 Hz. All models provide a flexible architecture and feature set allowing the user to track a broad class of targets over a wide range of tracking environments.
Incorporating the latest in digital signal processing (DSP) and field-programmable gate array (FPGA) technology, the tracker interfaces with a wide variety of sensor systems. The analog video interfaces provide 10-bit gray level capability, supporting both NTSC/RS-170 and PAL/CCIR video formats. The Camera Link digital video interface provides a full 16-bit, 65536 gray level capability for sensor resolutions up to 2048 x 2048. The SDI digital video interface supports both standard and high definition resolutions up to 1080p60. The tracker's design permits easy adaptation to laboratory, surveillance, robotics, inspection, test range and tactical requirements.
The Model 8100 measures just 4.5 by 5.0 inches and operates off a single unregulated DC voltage. While dual analog video inputs are standard, digital video configurations including Camera Link, HD-SDI and HDMI are also available.
The Model 8200 measures just 4.5 by 5.0 inches and operates off a single unregulated DC voltage. The board accepts both analog video and 3G-SDI digital video.
The Model 8210 measures just 4.5 by 5.0 inches and operates off a single unregulated DC voltage. The board accepts two (2) 3G-SDI digital video sources.
• Standard and High Definition Sensor Support
• Multi-Target Detect and Track
• Low Output Error Latency and Jitter (<500 microseconds)
• Gigabit Ethernet and Serial Interfaces
• Analog Track Errors
• Analog and Digital Video I/O