04 Jan 2013

ADLINK Launches PXI Express HDMI Video & Audio Capture Card

ADLINK released its PXI Express HDMI video and audio capture card, designated the PXIe-HDV62A.

This enables integration of full single-card analog/digital video and digital audio input. With over ten years’ experience in PXI/PXIe solutions, ADLINK has leveraged its expertise to provide video and audio testing systems readily satisfying the gamut of automated measurement requirements, with the most recent, the PXIe-HDV62A, ideally suited for multimedia device testing.

Not only does the PXIe-HDV62A deliver superior quality high-definition video data from DVI or HDMI sources, but also analogue video decoding, comprehensively supporting 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.

“To ensure consistent quality in validation and manufacturing of multimedia devices such as set-top boxes, Blu-ray Disc players, and gaming consoles, the market demand for automated test with PXI system has increased.” said Neil Chen, ADLINK’s Product Manager for Digital Imaging. “ADLINK, as a leader in PXI products for testing and measurement, and a sponsor member of the PXI System Alliance, has utilized extensive field experience in the machine vision industry to meet the specific needs of automated measurement applications, such as multimedia device testing. ADLINK offers both PXI Express and PCI Express form factors to fulfill all user requirements.”

ADLINK’s PXIe-HDV62A supports LabVIEWTM and Microsoft® DirectShow, reducing engineering effort and accelerating time to market. As well, ADLINK’s PXIe-HDV62A is equipped with ADLINK’s ViewCreatorPro® utility, enabling system testing and debugging with no software programming required. Full driver support is provided for Windows® 7/XP

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