3U VPX Capture Board Brandishes Four 3G-SDI Inputs/Outputs

EIZO Rugged Solutions’ Condor GR4 3U VPX, 3G-SDI capture board targets ultra-high performance rugged applications with four 3G-SDI inputs and outputs. The graphics module is based on the NVIDIA Quadro P5000 and P3000 graphics processing units (GPUs) with 2,048 or 1,280 CUDA cores respectively and up to 6.4 TFLOPs shader performance. It is a single slot, SWaP-conscious card designed for Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance (ISR) applications such as avionics, manned and unmanned video streaming and security/surveillance.

 

The Condor GR4 3U VPX offers four 3G-SDI inputs and four 3G-SDI outputs and a DisplayPort output. With NVIDIA GPUDirect Direct Memory Access (DMA) support, the captured video data is transferred directly into GPU memory for processing or display, both resulting in extremely low latency. The MIL-STD-810G compliant card supports PCI Express 3.0 (up to 8 lanes) and is available in conduction-cooled and air-cooled variants.

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The card comes with an option of either the Pascal architecture-based NVIDIA Quadro P5000 or Quadro P3000. The boards have 16 GB and 6 GB GDDR5 graphics memory and 192 or 168 GB/s memory bandwidth on P5000 and P3000 products respectively. GPGPU computing and input processing tasks are simplified through an API provided by EIZO. To garner further intelligence, review the Condor GR4 datasheet and also visit EIZO Rugged Solutions, email [email protected] or call 1-407-262-7100.

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