EIZO Rugged Solutions Inc. announced the Condor NVP2102xX, the industry’s first 4-channel 3G-SDI XMC graphics/GPGPU and video capture board, which is part of EIZO’s family of chip-down NVIDIA® Quadro® P2000 (GP107) based cards. The new card is designed for harsh environments such as manned and unmanned airborne, naval, and ground-based applications, where high resolution data must be processed with extremely low latency and high accuracy.
The Condor NVP2102xX board features four 3G-SDI video inputs reflecting increasing sensor counts in military and national intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) applications and the widespread adoption of high-resolution sensor pods/gimbals. The XMC card also has two 3G-SDI, one VGA and two DVI/Display Port video outputs. The board can be factory configured to a power rating of choice between 25 and 50 Watts.
The MIL-STD-810G compatible Condor NVP2102xX packs the functionality of two or three cards into a single slot, low power SWaP-efficient XMC board. It has a built-in frame grabber, H.265/H.264 hardware encode/decode capability, comes in conduction-cooled and air-cooled variants, and delivers up to 2.3 TFLOPS of CUDA processing power.
Selwyn L. Henriques, president and CEO of EIZO Rugged Solutions, commented, “With this latest card, we have given our SWaP-conscious customers the superior computing power of the NVIDIA GPUs with four 3G-SDI video input channels to process data from various sensors such as optical, infrared, and thermal imaging cameras, all with a single slot XMC solution. The two 3G-SDI outputs enable video to run up to 100m.”
EIZO Rugged Solutions Inc.