The PIP-300 is a high-performance picture-in-picture inserter for up to 3 signals. The unit can accept and process composite video, s-Video (Y/C) and component video (YUV) signals. The PIP output can display up to 3 images simultaneously each of which can be individually sized and positioned.
Multi-Format - Each input can be either composite video, s-Video or component video.
Picture-in-Picture Options - All inputs can be displayed simultaneously, variable window sizing (1:1, 1:4, 1:9 or 1:16 each input), variable window positioning, freeze frame capability, optional window border, and text labeling available for all inputs.
Multi-Standard Operation - PAL, SECAM & NTSC compatible inputs. Although not a full standards converter, a PAL image can be mixed with NTSC images and the output can be either PAL or NTSC.
Digital Comb Filter - Adaptive comb filters for composite video inputs.
Built-in ProcAmp - Brightness, contrast, and saturation for each input.
Memory Locations - Store 2 PIP presets for quick recall.
High Resolution - Full 10-bit digital processing.
Flexible Control Options - Front panel (with LCD and on-screen displays) and RS-232 (Windows®-based Kramer control software is included).
Worldwide Power Supply - 100-240V AC.
Standard 19” Rack Mount Size - 1U.
3 sets of inputs, each set with 1 composite video 1Vpp/75Ω on a BNC connector, 1 s-Video 1Vpp, 0.3Vpp/75Ω on a 4-pin connector, and 1 component video 1Vpp, 0.7Vpp, 0.7Vpp/75Ω on 3 BNC connectors.
1 composite video 1Vpp/75Ω on a BNC connector; 1 s-Video 1Vpp, 0.3Vpp/75Ω on a 4-pin connector; component video 1Vpp, 0.7Vpp, 0.7Vpp/75Ω on BNC connectors.
0.5dB to 5MHz.
SIGNAL TO NOISE RATIO:
Adaptive 4-line digital comb filters.
Non-volatile memory for storage of 2 setups.
Front-panel and RS-232: PIP size, position and layer priority; motion detection sensitivity (option); video ProcAmp functions; video zoom; freeze.
Multi-character display on the front panel.
19" x 7" x 1U W, D, H, rack mountable.
Universal, 100-240V AC, 50/60Hz.
Power cord, null-modem adapter, and Windows®-based Kramer control software.