Q: What video sources can be used by the Pixon Imaging devices?
A: Any PAL or NTSC analog source.
Q: Do the Pixon Imaging devices introduce any latency in the video?
A: Yes, there can between 2-4 frames of latency when video is processed by a Pixon device. However, at the standard 30 frames per second, such latency is largely unnoticeable.
Q: Does the Pixon Imaging process work with monochrome video?
A: Yes, the majority of our algorithms will work with monochrome and Thermal/IR video.
Q: Can compressed video be used?
A: For best results, it is recommended that only raw uncompressed video is used, but we have been able to successfully enhance lightly compressed video.
Q: What happens if the Pixon device loses power?
A: A bypass feature is built into the Pixon devices which allows video to pass through them even if there is no power applied to them.
Q: Can I add a Pixon Imaging device to my existing camera installation, or will I be required to buy new cameras or lenses?
A: The PX40 or PX60 pod can be added to any existing analog camera installation.
Q: How are the settings adjusted on a Pixon Imaging device?
A: Currently, the settings can be adjusted through either a terminal interface or a Windows application via an RS-232 connection.