The AVS is a stand alone miniature rugged Unit. The AVS receives two NTSC/RS-170 or PAL video and two audio inputs and streams out H.264, MPEG4 via 10/100BaseT Ethernet. The AVS is an easy to use video streamer designed to broadcast live video from airborne cameras.
The AVS handles the video and audio MPEG4 compression, and serving over Ethernet. Viewers do not need to install any special software to view the video stream. It will play directly from standard players such as Quick Time, VLC etc.
- Video Input: 2 Composite or 2 S-Video Inputs.
- Video Loopback: 2 Composite Video Loop Back.
- Video Output: 1 Composite Video Output.
- Audio Input: 1 Stereo or 2 mono Inputs.
- Audio Output: 1 Stereo or 2 mono Outputs.
- Control and Set-up via LAN
- Supports 10/100Base-T in either half duplex or full duplex. AVS outputs the PHY layer and the output header.
Power Supply requirements
18-36VDC per MIL-STD-704D.
The cooling of the AVS is accomplished by heat natural convection from its surface.
The AVS will not be damaged or affected by the effects of ambient air temperature as follows:
Operating: from -40° to +71°C
Non-operating: (Storage/transportation) from -54° to 85°C.
Operating: 95% relative humidity (RH) with no condensation.
Non-operating: 95% RH.
According to MIL-STD-810F for airborne environment.
According to MIL-STD-810F, 40g for duration of 11msec.
The AVS is non-nutrient to fungus growth according to the requirements in MIL-STD-810F.
Sand and Dust
The AVS operates as specified herein while and after being subjected to sand and dust as encountered in dry arid arias according
The AVS is resistant to the corrosive effects of salt fog environment according to MIL-STD-810E.
The AVS as specified complies to the requirements of MIL-STD-461E.
The AVS has an MTBF of 30,000 hours at 40°C .
Mean Time To Repair (MTTR) does not exceed 30 m