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Tauri2 Full HD Live Multi-Talent
Small HD-SDI Camera Switchable to All HD Formats
Tauri2 thrills with captivating Full-HD live images in a wide variety of applications, such as microscopy, aeronautic applications, as a cockpit camera in motorsports or in industrial monitoring.
This one delivers what it promises! Tauri2 does the job not only in the studio or in the lab, but outdoors as well — and with no reduction in performance. One highlight is the format switch function that sets the camera to any HD format. It provides the user with a wide selection of interlace and progressive formats from 1080p/23.98 to 30 and from 1080i/50 to 60.1920 x 1080 pixels offer resolution five times that of standard VGA cameras.
Using the HD-SDI-output, 1.5 GBit high-resolution camera image data travel in real time directly to the monitor. With 25 images per second, with no compression loss or image lag, nothing is lost. The 16:9 format enables maximum image display on the latest monitors available. Equipped with a 2/3“ Interline Transfer CCD with high sensitivity and Global Shutter, Tauri2 is absolutely suited for dynamic scenes and critical light situations. Its single cable monitor connection in drag-chain quality is designed for distances up to 100 meters. Additionally, HD-SDI also enables the use of coaxial cables.
Putting Tauri2 into operation is easy. Similar to video systems, neither IP addresses nor network structures are required. The SMPTE standard video signal (SMPTE-274M and SMPTE-292M) guarantees compatibility with all peripherals. Inside as well, Tauri2 meets international standards. Its small, compact design enables customization of its housing for various OEM demands.
The Tauri2 Rugged model expands the possibilities for use in extreme environments resisting wide temperature fluctuations and vibration or shock stresses. A lockable C-mount secures the lens into position and prevents it from loosening under vibrations.
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