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GPS/IRIG Synchronized Video Data Inserter, Model 6325G-M-OEM, provides for the insertion of a GPS or IRIG B synchronized time message and position message into an applied RS-170, or NTSC Video signal.  The time message may be formatted as Julian or Gregorian and the Postion may be formatted as Latitude/Longitude or MGRS, as selected by the user. The time and position messages may be positioned to any location in the viewed scene by serial ASCII commands entered via an RS-232 port. Additionally alphanumeric messages input via the serial port may be inserted.  Major features include:
  • 12 Channel GPS Receiver.
  •  Active GPS antenna.
  •  RS-232C Serial Port.
  •  Inserts GPS synchronized  time, formatted as either Julian or Gregorian, or IRIG Synchronized time message formatted as Julian.
  •  Inserts position message, formatted as Lat/Long or MGRS
  • Inserts up to 30 rows of 32 alphanumeric characters each received via the RS-232 serial port.
  •  Inserts Boresight reticle (crosshair).
  •  Generates IRIG B time code signal, synchronized to GPS.
  •  Operates with NTSC, RS170.
  • Non-volatile Memory.
  • Operates on+ 5 and +12VDC  power.

 The unit is housed on a single printed circuit board designed to be embedded in an OEM product.

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System Controller, Model 2110, provides control of a variety of devices via discrete, serial RS-232 and Ethernet ports .  The board is fully programmable and the numerous ports allow adaptation to a wide range of control applications. The 2110 also accepts several daughter boards which further enhance the functionality.  Major features of the main 2110 board include:
  • Ethernet port.
  • Eight serial ports, five RS-232 and three RS232/422 (selectable).
  • Twelve discrete control bits, eight outputs and four selectable I/O.
  • Five on-board status LED indicators.
  • Eight on-board BIT LED indicators.
  • Bus I/O used for interface with daughter boards or OEM product.
  • One on-board 8 position HEX switch and one 9 position HEX switch used for programmed function selection.
  • Five on-board programmable push buttons.
  • Two power converters and two linear regulators provide 12, 3.3, 2.5 and 1.2VDC derived from single 24VDC input.
  • Two MB flash memory and two MB SRAM.

2110 is shown mated with daughter board, 2110-GVI, Multifunction Video/Communication Processor.  This board provides the following additional functions:

  • GPS receiver
  • IRIG B Decoder
  • Video annotator.
  • 3X1 video switch, allows selection of one of three video signals for message and graphics insertion.
  • Two SDLC ports, provide interface for tracking data.
  • One RS-232 port.
  • Five push buttons used to initiate test functions.

The 2110 has a wide range power supply that operates on an input voltage of 18 to 32VDC.  All daughter boards are powered by the 2110.

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Dual Channel Video Inserter, Model 2150, provides for the insertion of alphanumeric messages, GPS derived time, position, plus preprogrammed and user defined graphics into two of three applied video signals.  The 2150 accepts standard RS-170, NTSC or PAL video and can insert unique data into each video channel. A video switch allows for selection of any of three input video signals to be processed and routed to one output.  A second output is dedicated to one of the video inputs.

The 2150 includes a 12 channel GPS receiver that automatically acquires all in-view satellites upon power up and locks an internal clock to the GPS time reference.  Time and position (formatted as Latitude & Longitude or MGRS), messages may be located anywhere in the viewed scene on each video channel.  Also displayable are height and number of satellites in view.  These data may also be output via the serial ports.

Two serial ports, an RS-232C and a high-speed serial TTL, provide control, programming and data retrieval. Each port offers a 1K input buffer and can be configured for hardware flow control.  The controller will auto-detect which serial port is active and down-select the other.  The selection can be changed by issuing a system reset (discrete input) and communicating through a new port.  Major features include:

  • Three video inputs, Two video outputs.
  • 3 X 1 Video switch.
  • Operates with RS-170, NTSC and PAL video
  • 12 Channel GPS receiver.
  • Alphanumeric message insertion into two asynchronous video signals.
  • Boresight crosshair insertion.
  • Movable crosshair and sizable box insertion.
  • Bit mapped user programmable graphics generation.
  • RS-232C port.
  • High speed serial TTL port (one mega-baud)

The 2150 is housed on a single printed circuit assembly, 8 inches long by 4 inches wide by 1 inch high. It is powered by 12 to 35VDC.

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