- EIZO’s Condor NVP2009AxX supports four field customisable video output combinations
- The NVIDIA Quadro P2000 (chip down GP107) design features single-ended or differential signalling, H.265/H.264 hardware encode/decode capability, comes in conduction-cooled and air-cooled variants, and delivers up to 2.3 TFLOPS of processing power
The new high-performance graphics card based on the NVIDIA® Quadro® P2000 GPU (chip-down GP107) supports four field customisable video output combinations of DisplayPort++, 3G-SDI, CVBS (NTSC/PAL/SECAM), and VGA (STANAG 3350/RS-170/RS-343) to provide flexibility and simplify inventory management for high-end surveillance customers.
With multiple I/O configurations, the card can support a range of video resolutions up to 4K and custom resolutions under VGA configurations. It can be factory configured to customer specifications and/or field programmed to support complex, multi-video needs after deployment.
The analog CVBS (NTSC/PAL/SECAM) and VGA (STANAG/RS-170/RS-343) video outputs can be configured to support single-ended or differential signalling. Differential signalling is a key enhancement over the traditional single-ended signalling to minimize system-induced signal noise. Supporting both signal types is critical for situations where modern and legacy interfaces coexist on a platform. 3G-SDI and DisplayPort video outputs are also available for interfacing with modern digital equipment.
The MIL-STD-810 compliant Condor NVP2009AxX supports CUDA® and OpenCL® based GPGPU computing, AI processing, deep learning, and H.265 (HEVC) / H.264 encoding & decoding. The card performs low latency computing for GPGPU applications such as unmanned systems, C5ISR, situational awareness, signal intelligence (SIGINT), and data science projects. The product is available in both, conduction-cooled and air-cooled variants, has 4 GB GDDR5 graphics memory, and delivers up to 2.3 TFLOPS of CUDA processing power. The Condor NVP2009AxX’s rear XMC pin-out is compatible with VPX systems that follow VITA 46.9 x12d+x8d+24s.
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