Velocity XI ARINC 818
ARINC 818 frame grabber, video generator and converter
Up to 10 Gbps
The Velocity XI has the same hardware capabilities as the Velocity but allows in the field configuration.
The Velocity XI allows the user to implement a new ARINC 818 ICD into hardware in less than a minute using the Velocity XI Configuration Tool, virtually any ICD. Once the Velocity XI configuration tool has been used to implement an ICD into the card, then the Velocity XI card will operate as a single format Velocity card, that will both receive and transmit ARINC 818.
- ARINC 818 Receiver & Converter
Velocity cards can capture ARINC 818 video to the software GUI and permit real-time viewing of embedded ARINC 818 data. The cards have a dedicated HDMI 2.0 video port to view the incoming ARINC 818 video on a monitor.
- ARINC 818 Transmitter & Converter
Load test images and embedded header data into the Velocity card and transmit using the test software.
- Avionics video
- ATP for production displays
- Display development
- Sensor arrays
- Data only
- Cockpit simulations
- Video generation
- Ultra-resolution, high-speed video recording
- Implement a new ICD in under a minute
- Once configured, the Velocity XI card acts as an ARINC 818 receiver or transmitter
- Compatible with all the powerful features of the Velocity Test Application
- Includes conversion from ARINC 818 to DVI for standard resolutions
- Create your own library of ICD to cover all your ARINC 818 programs
- FC-PH Revision 4.3, ARINC 818-2 ADVB high data rate
- PCIe Gen3 x8 : >4 Gbps
- Memory : 2 banks of 128 Mb
- Power requirement : 20W @ 12V
- Operating system : Windows 7, 8, 10 64 bits
- Form factor : PCIe half-length
- Connectors : HDMI
- Operating temp. : 0-50°C
ARINC 818: Avionics digital video bus
The ARINC 818 video interface and protocol standard serves high-bandwidth, low-latency, uncompressed digital video transmission.
The standard has been advanced by ARINC and the aerospace community to meet the stringent needs of high-performance digital video. The protocol was adopted, prior to its official release, by major aerospace and military programs, and has become the de facto standard for high-performance military video systems.
For more information on the ARINC 818 protocol: http://www.arinc-818.eu/en/