Delta Digital Video converters approved for FRP
Lockheed Martin has approved full rate production for Delta Digital Video to deliver multiple Model VSC/900 Universal Video Format Converters for use in the Electronic Consolidated Automated Support System (eCASS) programme.
eCASS is an avionics repair system for the US Naval Aviation Enterprise. The system can support more than 750 avionics components as well as a range of electronic equipment on carriers, other maritime vessels or on shore to reduce the amount of gear needed for deployments. Through automated testing at sea and ashore, maintainers are able to handle a larger workload with less equipment to quickly and efficiently ensure aircraft avionics are mission ready.
The Model VSC/900 Universal Video Format Converter is capable of converting any input to any output format up to 1920x1200. In addition to operating with VESA, and HD/SD-SDI signals, the unit provides conversion and mixing of stroke (vector) video signals. The Model VSC/900 includes a mixer/keyer for combining computer graphics and video. Additionally, a video encoder can be included to provide video-over-IP functionality.
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