The Boeckeler VIA 200 is a video image marker-measurement system with MVS Multiple-Video Standard. The VIA200 provides immediate compatibility with RGB, Y/C (S-Video), or composite video sources and displays with no plug-in color interface required.
→ Immediate compatibility with RGB, Y/C (S-Video), or composite video sources and displays (no plug-in color interface required).
→ CE certified for both NTSC and PAL models.
→ Measures the horizontal (X) dimension, vertical (Y) dimension, horizontal-vertical (XY) dimension, and diagonals (point-to point).
→ Measures hardness indentations and displays a Knoop X, Knoop Y, Vickers, or Brinell hardness value. Approximate conversion to Rockwell B or C can be displayed.
→ Calculates the angle when operators place two or more points to define each leg of an angle, even when the vertex is not in view.
→ Measures the radius and circumference of a circle when operators place three or more points along the perimeter of a circular image. Users can turn on or off a graphic display of the circle as it is being measured.
→ Statistics mode displays mean, standard deviation, low reading, high reading, and range for X, Y, XY, point-to-point, angle, radius, circumference, area measurements, and hardness values. Up to 500 values can be stored.
→ Security Menu allows for marker overlay protect and calibration protect. With this protection enabled, only a password holder can alter marker overlays or calibrations.
→ Type text to label the video image. The text can be positioned anywhere in upper and lower case characters.
→ Crosslines can be displayed in one of 10 different line patterns. Crosslines can also have an open or closed intersection and can be auto-centered.
→ Align mode allows users to move multiple markers in unison to use as a go/no go gage.
→ Freehand draw or write over the video image in choice of three different line thicknesses with an optional light pen, mouse pen, or mouse.
→ Displays path length of freehand drawing as drawing takes place with optional light pen, mouse pen, or mouse.
→ Calculates the area of a cell or shape when operators define the cell or shape.
→ Up to 10 different calibrations may be stored for future use.→ Measures the long and short chords of a cell or object when operators indicate the extremes of the perimeter.
→ Offers a counting mode. Operators tag each cell or particle to be counted. Up to 10 different categories can be marked.
→ 10 different pointers including arrows, standard cross hairs, a target circle, a small circle, a target box, and a small box.
→ A timer may be started and stopped to track events on the screen.
→ A sizeable and positionable reference circle, box, or scale can be created for a quick comparison of objects to a standard.
→ Sizeable grids can overlay the video image to assist in counting.
→ The current date and time may be displayed anywhere on the image.
→ Horizontal, vertical, or diagonal lines may be positioned in one of three different line thicknesses.
→ Stores up to 10 pages of marker overlays from simple to complex.
→ Measures elapsed time simultaneously with X, Y, XY, and point-to-point measurement, or independent of measurements.
→ RS-232 output so that users can transmit ASCII data of measurements and statistics to printers or computers.
→ Markers and measurement lines may be displayed in up to three different colors or shades for optimal contrast with the video image.
→ On-screen display of marker position and marker size.
→ Hide or show markers at the touch of a key to instantly view the video image alone or with the markers.
→ On-screen help.
→ A brief demonstration of features can be activated to give a quick overview while training others.