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|Multiplex or combine pictures from two security
cameras into one signal, eliminating a second video cable or RF radio channel.|
| Automated surveillance - Any change occurring in a
video picture triggers an alarm.|
| Monitor motion between video images.|
|Scan Sewer Pipe for Markings with a Video Frame
|Video pipeline inspection|
|Video Inspection System to reverse, mirror, flip or
rotate video images|
|Check concentricity of discs or cable cross sections
|Compare video images for inspection, registration,
interferometry & quality control changes|
Mode shape analysis using a commercially available "peak store" video frame buffer
|Time exposure photography, sometimes coupled with
strobe illumination, is an accepted method for motion analysis that bypasses frame by frame analysis and
re synthesis of data. Garden variety video cameras can now exploit this technique using a unique frame buffer
that is a non integrating memory that compares incoming data with that already stored. The device continuously
outputs an analog video signal of the stored contents which can then be redigitized and analyzed using
Converting an RGB Signal to RGBS
|RGB Video frequently includes composite sync in the
Green channel, called "Sync on Green". If you need RGBS, where the sync signal is carried on a fourth cable,
our Video Sync Separator, Model 315E can help.
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