ADLINK Technology Inc. has released what it claims is the industry’s first PXI Express HDMI video and audio capture card, the PXIe-HDV62A, enabling integration of full single-card analog/digital video and digital audio input.
The PXIe-HDV62A, is well-suited for multimedia device testing. It delivers high-definition video data from DVI or HDMI sources, provides analog video decoding, and comprehensively supports RGB, NTSC/PAL, S-video and YPbPr formats, with an integrated audio decoder for HDMI and S/PDIF capture. ADLINK’s PXIe-HDV62A further supports uncompressed full HD up to 1080p at 60 fps, 10-bit high-resolution ADC,and HDCP. High integration allows the PXIe-HDV62A to easily manage a multitude of video and audio inputs, reducing total cost of ownership and installation.
ADLINK’s PXIe-HDV62A supports LabVIEW and Microsoft DirectShow, reducing engineering effort and accelerating time to market. ADLINK’s PXIe-HDV62A is also equipped with ADLINK’sViewCreatorPro utility, enabling system testing and debugging with no software programming required. Full driver support is provided for Windows 7/XP.
A recommended PXI Express platform includes the PXES-2590 all-hybrid 9-slot PXIe chassis and the PXIe-3975, a 3U PXIe controller with Intel Core i5-520E 2.4 GHz processor.
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