VDB30 Video Routing Switcher

VMEbus Video Routing Switcher

VDB30 Video Routing Switcher

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Overview


The VDB30 is a 6U VMEbus 16 x 16 video routing switcher, for use in either composite or component video systems. The highly flexible conduction-cooled VDB30 is designed to be hosted in a VMEbus card frame. The VDB30 is used to provide 16 video outputs, which can be independently programmed to select any of the 16 video input signals and 8 TTL outputs, which can be independently programmed to select any of the 8 TTL input signals.

 

 

 

 

 

• 16 x 16 video routing switcher for use with composite sync video systems.
• 8 YC x 8 YC video routing switcher, for use with YC video systems.
• 4 RGB x 4 RGB video routing switcher, for use with composite synchs on green video systems, and a 4 x 4 video routing switcher for use with composite sync video systems.
• 4 RGB x 4 RGB video routing switcher, for use with separate TTL syncs video systems, using separate TTL routing switcher, (VGA Systems), and a 4 x 4 video routing switcher for use with composite sync video systems.
• 4 RGB + Sync x 4 RGB + Sync video routing switcher, for use with video systems with synchs on a separate video level channel.
• Any combination of the above.

Specifications

Form Factor
VME 6U

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