TTC MnVID-2000 Miniature Network Video Encoder Unit

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TTC MnVID-2000 Miniature Network Video Encoder Unit
Product Sheet
Product Sheet

The MnVID-2000 is a network compatible video encoding unit.


  • Networked MPEG-2 video encoder unit
  • Provides one video input channel:
    • accepts RS-170A video signal and NTSC, PAL, or SECAM video format
    • accepts Composite, S-Video, or Component RGB + Sync
  • DVD-quality video (MPEG-2 profile MP @ ML)
  • Provides one audio input channel:
    • programmable input level, stereo or mono
    • MPEG-1, level 2 compression
  • Network communication via Fast Ethernet (100BASE-T)
  • Supports IEEE 1588 to acquire coherent global timing information via the network
  • HTTP web interface for dynamic parameter adjustment:
    • Video
      • input signal: Composite, S-Video, or RGB + Sync
      • input format: NTSC, PAL, SECAM, or test pattern
      • frame size: D1, 1/2 D1, CIF, or QCIF
      • compression: VBR
      • compressed video bit rate: 1 to 8 Mbps
      • timestamp location for each output video frame
    • Audio
      • mode: mono or stereo
      • input voltage in mono mode: 1 to 40 Vp-p; output bit rate: 64,128 or 192 Kbps
  • Supports audio/video stream timestamp for channel data correlation
  • Programmable time annotation overlay position within active video region
  • SNMP MIB for statistics monitoring
  • Serial port communications available for camera control (e.g., pan, tilt, zoom)
  • Environmentally sealed package
  • Extremely small installation footprint


  • Video recording or remote monitoring
  • Cockpit video, HUD, MFD, and external stores
  • Remote communications
  • Flight test integrity monitoring
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TTC MnVID-2000 Miniature Network Video Encoder Unit

The MnVID-2000 is a network-compatible video encoding unit. The unit accepts composite, S-Video, or component RGB + Sync, with high or low-level audio inputs. Compression bit rate and frame resolution are user-programmable to optimize network bandwidth. The unit delivers packetized video data to other network nodes for display, archive, or telemetry. The unit has a RS-422 compatible serial port to control a remote camera. The MnVID-2000 is fully compatible with IEEE 1588 to synchronize to the network clock for data time tagging.


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