By: TV One
Video Conversion
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Video Scaler
The TV One 1T V1280DVI Video Scaler is an ultra compact video to DVI-D PC/HD up-converter that features inputs for Composite Video, YC and Component 480i/576i YUV Video. The output resolution and refresh rate can be selected from a wide variety of presets. The output format is RGBHV. The integral processor provides control over many signal parameters, such as Contrast, Brightness, Color and Hue (NTSC).

The 1TV1280DVI is 5VDC powered and the Power Adapters are included. Locking DC Connectors are provided for security.
Analog Video to DVI-D Up Conversion
PC up to 1280x1024 and HD up to 1080i
Locking DC Power Connector for security
Limited Warranty 3 Years Parts and Labor
Inputs CV, YC (S-Video), YUV
Output Resolutions VGA = 640x480 (RGBHV 50, 60, 72, 75, 85Hz); SVGA = 800x600 (RGBHV 50, 60, 72, 75, 85Hz); XGA = 1024x768 (RGBHV 50, 60, 70, 75, 85Hz); WXGA = 1280x768 (RGBHV 50, 60Hz); SXGA = 1280x1024 (RGBHV 50, 60Hz); 480p = 852x480 (RGBHV 50, 60Hz); 576p = 852x576 (RGBHV 50, 60Hz); 720p = 1280x720 (RGBHV 50, 60Hz); 1080i = 1920x1080 (i) (RGBHV 50, 60Hz (Note 1))
Composite Video Input 1x via RC Connector
YC (S-Video) Input 1x via 4-Pin Mini-DIN Connector
480i/576i Component Input 1x via 8-Pin Mini-DIN to 3x RCA
Television Input Standards PAL, NTSC
DVI-D Output 1x via DVI-I Connector
Picture Controls Input Signal = Brightness, Contrast, Hue, Color
Size (H-W-D) 30x146x76mm (1.2"x5.75"x3")
Weight (Net) 280 g (0.62 lbs)
Operating Temperature 0° to 50° C ( 32° to 122° F)
Operating Humidity 10% to 90%, Non-condensing
Storage Temperature -10° to 60° C ( 14° to 140° F)
Storage Humidity 10% to 90%, Non-condensing
External Power Supply 5VDC@2A - Locking DC
Regulatory Approvals Amplifier Units = FCC, CE, RoHS; Power Supplies = UL, CUL, CE, PSE, GS, RoHS
Accessories Included Operations Manual; Component In Cable (1m (3’) 8-Pin Mini-DIN to 3 RCA F); Power Adapter (US, UK or Euro)

(1) The 1080i output is actually a doubled 540p signal, which is recognized as a 1080i by most HDTV Displays.

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