Sensoray announces the new 2960 Dragon, which is an ultra-compact lightweight board with extreme computing power and flexible architecture for HD/SD video and audio processing systems. Using the 2960 Dragon as a building block, Sensoray experts collaborate with customers to create complex custom-configured audiovisual processing systems with extremely short development times. Fully customized solutions can be delivered with little or no nonrecurring engineering (NRE) costs, even when only modest volumes are required.
The 2960 Dragon is only 1.9″ × 1″ and weighs in at 0.22 oz (6.2 g). It captures up to 1920 × 1200 video at 30 fps and JPEG snapshots at up to 4096 × 3104.
Packed onto its tiny footprint is a powerful, highly flexible, and configurable audio/video processing engine. The 2960 Dragon features a controller and stream router, SD card interface, six GPIOs, USB (device or host mode), Ethernet, serial COM, and I2C communication interfaces. It is also equipped with one input and one output for HD/SD digital video, a stereo digital audio input and output, and a composite NTSC/PAL output. If the USB interface operates in device mode, the board can be completely powered from USB.
Sensoray develops fully customized solutions by designing firmware and integrating it with a carrier board that holds the 2960 Dragon, the connectors, and any other circuitry specified.
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