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Adlink Technology has released its first SDI video/audio capture card, the PCIe-2602. Based on the PCI Express x4 interface, the card has the capability for two-channel acquisition of 3G-SDI for low latency and uncompressed video data signals. The card can handle video data up to 1,920 x 1,080p at 60fps, providing lossless full colour 4:4:4 video and up to 12-bit video data for critical applications such as medical imaging, intelligent video surveillance and analytics, and broadcasting.

The PCIe-2602 supports all SD/HD/3G-SDI signals, and operates at six times the resolution of regular VGA connections. PCIe-2602 also provides excellent video quality with lossless full colour YUV 4:4:4 images, for sharper and cleaner images.

The PCIe-2602 features low latency uncompressed video streaming, CPU offloading, and support for high quality live viewing. When combined with a suitable 75Ω coaxial cable, PCIe-2602 signals can be transmitted over 100m, requiring no significant modification of existing analogue-based CCTV systems, with employment of existing coaxial cable networks representing significant savings.

The card is equipped with RS-485 and digital input and output, accommodating external devices such as PTZ cameras and sensors. It supports Windows 7/XP operating systems, and Adlink’s included ViewCreator Pro utility enables setup, configuration, testing, and system debugging without requiring any software programming. All Adlink’s drivers are compatible with Microsoft DirectShow, reducing engineering efforts and accelerating time to market.


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