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SH91

Composite video converter CVBS to VGA AD001

Product ID SH91

Technical summary

  • Compatible input NTSC composite video signals M/N, PAL M/N, PAL, SECAM and NTSC 4.43.
  • Control Functions OSD (On Screen Display).
  • 4 buttons controle in the device.
  • Ability to set brightness, contrast, color and NTSC Tint Control.
  • VGA output resolution: 720x480 (NTSC) and 768x576 (PAL).
More info

OSD

BNC

HD15

Vídeo vigilancia CCTV

VGA

Composite video

Product available. Delivery time 1-3 days. 2 years warranty. 14 days return period.
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Composite video converter to professional VGA, specially designed for CCTV or industrial applications, that require robustness. It has a coaxial video input (BNC Female) and a VGA output (HD15 Female).


Specifications

  • Input compatible with composite video signals NTSC M/N, PAL M/N, PAL, NTSC 4.43 and SECAM.
  • Control functions OSD (On Screen Display).
  • 4 cont buttonsrole in the device.
  • Possibility to configure brightness, contrast, color and NTSC Tint Control.
  • Output VGA resolution: 720x480 (NTSC) and 768x576 (PAL).
  • Auto-configuration PAL and NTSC.
  • Requires power supply from 5VDC to 300mA.
  • Includes power supply from 5VDC to 1A.
  • POWER indicator LED.
  • Mounted in black metal casing and size 145 x 67 x 27 mm.


Brand

BeMatik
Sizes
Weight: 0.41 Kg.
Product measures:
Width: 6.8 x Depth: 14.5 x Height: 2.8 cm.
Number of packages: 1
Package sizes:
21.3 x 11.2 x 8.5 cm.Package volume: 2027.760 cm3.
This product is not available with different sizes
Color unspecified

[!] Weights, sizes, colors and shapes are only approximate and may differ from those represented, although the functionality of the product never differ with those specified

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Technical terms used
  1. BNC

  2. CCTV

  3. LED

  4. NTSC and PAL

  5. VGA

BNC

The BNC connector is a connector type, quick connect/disconnect, incoporando more security connector for coaxial cable. Initially designed as a miniature BNC Connector Type C is a type of connector used with coaxial cables like RG-58 and RG-59 RF applications that required a quick connector, suitable for UHF and constant impedance to over a wide range.

CCTV

Closed circuit television, or CCTV (stands for closed circuit television) surveillance is a technology designed to monitor a variety of environments and activities. It is called closed, that, contrary to what happens with the media, all components are linked. In addition, unlike conventional television, this is a security system designed to

Fuente de la información sobre CCTV: http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Circuito_cerrado_de_televisi%C3%B3n


LED



LED


NTSC and PAL

NTSC and PAL are the two coding systems for television signals, each other, they are totally incompatible. NTSC is mainly used in the United States, while the PAL system is one that is typically used in Europe. PAL: 720 x 576 pixels and 25 frames per second NTSC: 720 x 480 pixels and 29.9 frames per second.

NTSC and PAL


Fuente de la información sobre NTSC: http://www.misrespuestas.com/que-es-ntsc-y-pal.html


VGA

The term VGA (Video Graphics Array or Video Graphics Adapter) is a graphics display system for PCs developed by IBM. VGA has become one of the standards for the PC image. In text mode, VGA provides a resolution of 720 by 400 pixels. In graphics mode, the resolution is either 640 by 480 (with 16 colors) or 320 by 200 (with 256 colors). The color palette is 262,144.Unlike earlier graphic standards for PCs - MDA, CGA, EGA and VGA - uses analog signals rather than digital signals. Since its introduction in 1987, several other standards have been developed that offer greater resolution and more colors (SVGA, XGA ...), but VGA remains the denominator used. All personal computers manufactured today still have support VGA, and possibly some other more advanced connection.

VGA


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