Revitalizing the next-generation of cameras, TI delivers best-in-class integrated Image Signal Processing (ISP) technology in new DaVinci™ video processors
Continuing its commitment to innovations that help make the world safer, Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) (NASDAQ: TXN) is introducing three new DaVinci™ video processors, the DM388, DMVA3 and DM383, for next-generation camera needs. With TI's DM388 video processor, security manufacturers can leverage superior low-light technology to produce clear image quality, even in extreme low light environments. Security manufactures can also take advantage of affordable and accurate low power analytics technology via TI's DMVA3 vision coprocessor. With the DM383, TI is expanding its camera expertise into dashboard camera products, providing manufacturers with enhanced video quality for multi-sensor automotive video recorders in bright and low-light conditions. Customers using TI's DaVinci portfolio of video processors can quickly, easily and cost effectively build a scalable portfolio of highly differentiated IP cameras and dashboard camera applications.
"TI's new lower power DaVinci video processors enable Hikvision to manufacture smaller and more intelligent IP Cameras with best in class noise filtering and wide dynamic range performance," said Wu Weiqi, senior vice president, Hikvision.
A closer look at the technology behind the next-generation of cameras
DM388 – Delivering superior motion compensated low-light performance
TI offers customers the ability to differentiate their products with flexible features, such as:
DMVA3- A high performance programmable vision coprocessor
DM383- Exceptional video quality for dashboard cameras
Additionally, the DM383 provides further support for Serial ATA (SATA) and CAN bus needed for dashboard cameras, while being able to leverage the deployment of TI's flagship processor for the security market, the DM385. The CAN bus integration allows smarter controls for video recording and is capable of storing events from the automobile onto the video timeline. This SATA integration allows larger and more robust video storage, allowing higher quality video recording.
Easing camera development with tools, software and analog ICs
TI's DM388, DMVA3, DM383 and DM385 are all pin-to-pin and software compatible. The DM388 and DMVA3 reference designs are both ONVIF compliant. TI's analog ICs, such as the SN65LVDS324 image sensor receiver, DS90UB913A-Q1/914A-Q1 FPD-Link III SerDes chipset, and DS30EA101 HD-SDI cable equalizer, combine with a DaVinci video processor to help engineers quickly customize their video system.
Easily power the DaVinci video processor using one of TI's Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) PD controller ICs. With a broad portfolio covering every power level including the TPS2379, which enables greater than 25.5W of IEEE standard power, and a full suite of reference designs, schematics and test reports ready for your immediate download in the Powerlab™ reference design library, power supply for video cameras has never been easier.
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