VDA flies high

Primagraphics has introduced an airborne-qualified Video Distribution Amplifier (VDA) designed for splitting a high-resolution computer video into two signal paths for distribution or recording.

Primagraphics has introduced an airborne-qualified Video Distribution Amplifier (VDA) that is designed for splitting a high-resolution computer video into two signal paths for distribution or recording.

Optimised for airborne applications, the self-contained, convectively cooled and sealed video distribution module, accepts a single high-resolution, non-interlaced RGB video with sync on green, and provides two buffered RGB outputs identical to the input.

Tri-axial connectors, supporting differential video signals to EIA RS343 levels, are used for all video signals, ensuring a high degree of noise immunity.

Powered by an external 12V DC supply, and consuming a maximum power of 2W, the VDA meets MIL-STD-461D for EMC and supports an operating temperature range of -30 to +55C with no loss in performance.

A video bandwidth of 400MHz ensures high quality video at the highest screen resolutions.

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