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Valens rolls out CCTV connectivity chipset

31 Aug 2012

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The latest digital connectivity solution chipset from Valens Semiconductor targets CCTV manufacturers with added features such as long-distance distribution of multimedia content to cameras and displays via a single Cat5e/6a LAN cable.

The VS020 chipset is a fast, simple and cost-effective connectivity technology for the transition to digital CCTV from analog. Based on Valens' unique HDBaseT technology, the VS020 chipset converges uncompressed HD video, audio, power and control signals via a single, standard 150m Cat5e/6a cable.

By supporting uncompressed video, the VS020 chipset ensures no latency, allowing live monitoring and advanced video analytics. It also supports Power over HDBaseT (POH) and Power over Ethernet (PoE), providing a true single cable option. The VS020 product family consists of two chipsets, the VS020TX transmitter designed for HD camera equipment and the VS020RX receiver designed for digital video recorders (DVRs), monitors and other display equipment.

It utilizes existing LAN infrastructure, which ensures installation is simple, cost effective and scalable. Installers can quickly implement VS020 products using just one cable, requiring no additional training or field experience.

Valens Semiconductor's products include the VS100 HDBaseT, VS010 HDBaseT-Lite and now VS020 transmitter and receivers.




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