DiscontinuedSorry, this product is no longer available
|Although this VGA2Ethernet Pro product has been discontinued, the DVI2PCIe or the VGA2USB Pro listed below, may be suitable for your application|
|DVI2PCIe - Epiphan Systems™ DVI2PCIe™ is Epiphan's capture card internal frame grabber with a single-link DVI/VGA input. DVI2PCIe can capture video from any single link DVI, unencrypted HDMI video, VGA, or BNC/component video source up to 80 FPS. Full HD can be captured at a capture rate of 30 frames per second for 1080p video and video sources at any resolution up to 1920x1200 are supported.|
|VGA2USB Pro - Epiphan Systems’ VGA2USB Pro™ is the most advanced external USB 2.0 frame grabber and is designed for power users that require extremely high precision industrial VGA capture. The VGA2USB Pro can capture VGA streams at resolutions of up to 2048 x 2048 in a 24-bit palette, and is able to achieve a maximum capture rate of 60 frames per second.|
VGA2Ethernet Pro Discontinued Product Description
Epiphan VGA2Ethernet Pro™ is a compact external VGA frame grabber that is capable of capturing VGA signals (up to 2048 x 2048) at rates of up to 120 frames per second. Designed for high speed and high precision military, air traffic control, medical and industrial applications, Epiphan Systems VGA2Ethernet PRO uses the common RJ45 10/100/GigE Ethernet port to interface itself with the target computer, allowing for up to 1 Gigabit transfer rates.
- Capture output from any VGA source at up to 2048x2048
- Use your LAN to stream a lossless video signal at up to 120 frames per second
- Used in high precision applications such as air traffic control, satellite and RADAR image capture, professional AV and video production, control rooms, operating rooms
- Interfaces to multiple 3rd party applications compatible with DirectShow on Windows, QuickTime on Mac OS X and V4L (Video4Linux) on Linux
With a maximum capture resolution of 2048 x 2048 this is the fastest and most powerful VGA frame grabber available on the market. Using the latest state-of-the-art pre-compression technologies developed by Epiphan Systems specifically for the VGA2Ethernet PRO, the user is able to acquire diagnostic-quality 100% lossless images from any VGA/RGB source.
Whether capturing the VGA signal from radars, high resolution cameras, ultrasound devices, servers, computers, or any other mission-critical equipment, using the VGA2Ethernet PRO from Epiphan Systems will ensure effortless and reliable VGA capture every time that it is used.
VGA2Ethernet PRO is fully compatible with DirectShow in Windows and QuickTime in Mac OS X, meaning that it can be used in conjunction with any third party software that allows the use of an external camera as a video input. Alternatively, the VGA2Ethernet PRO software, available as a free download, supports not only the viewing and saving of the VGA signal as an image or video, but also allows the user to:
- Setup an automated or periodical "save" command
- Send the VGA output to an attached paper printer
- Broadcast and share the VGA signal to the Internet
- Archive the VGA output in a variety of formats, including JPEG, PNG, BMP, AVI, and MP4
VGA2Ethernet PRO Сonnection Diagram
An SDK, API, and examples are available free of charge for those users wishing to integrate the VGA2Ethernet PRO into their custom applications developed for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.
Third Party Application Support
Epiphan Frame Grabbers are designed to work with open interfaces such as DirectShow, QuickTime and Video for Linux.
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