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THine starts solution for slip ring transmission for surveillance cameras


- V-by-One® HS solution saves space and costs for full HD and 4Kx2K data transmission in PTZ cameras -


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Tokyo - March 2, 2015

THCV233/THCV234

THine Electronics, Inc. (JASDAQ:6769), the global leader in high-speed serial interface and provider of mixed-signal LSI today announced its new solution with V-by-One® HS for surveillance pan-tilt-zoom cameras or PTZ cameras by adopting V-by-One® HS' noise tolerance feature, launching THCV233 and THCV234 with supporting wide temperature from -40°C to 105°C for outside-settled PTZ cameras.

Surveillance camera markets have trends to enhance their resolution to full HD and 4Kx2K, these new products and existing V-by-One® HS products can support robust and low-cost transmission even through slip rings that are required to movement options of pan, tilt, and zoom and that connect between camera modules and main processor boards.

Since high resolution pixel data of full HD or 4Kx2K, if transmitted by way of slip rings, usually face severe signal deterioration, communication of such high resolution data is hardly robust or limited within certain length. THine, in order to breakthrough such constraints, offers new solution to adopt its V-by-One® HS technology that has extraordinary transmission quality that results in reducing the number of cables or in longer communication for pixel data of full HD and 60 frames per second, and supports endless rotary movements of PTZ cameras. Compared with LVDS transmission, V-by-One® HS transmission requires only one fourth of slip ring cores that results in drastic cost reduction. V-by-One® HS technology, originally developed by THine, is widely known as de facto standard of internal high-speed interface for 4K televisions.

V-by-One® HS has adoptive equalizer function. If slip rings brings frequent data loss by wear and deterioration through long-period use, such adoptive equalizer function can adjust the data and achieve robust data transmission.

With using V-by-One® HS in slip ring transmission of pixel data, the Ethernet signals output from surveillance cameras are free from signal deterioration by slip rings and such systems enable to communicate for longer distance and more robust between cameras and recording devises than systems using Ethernet in slip ring transmission.

Some of surveillance cameras are settled outside of buildings. THine has added THCV233 and THCV234 to industrial product line-ups with supporting wider temperature from -40°C to 105°C for such outside use with wider temperature usage. In addition, THine plans to add more V-by-One® HS products for surveillance camera markets to deliver its original value with supporting high resolution, lower costs for longer-distance.


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