MP-878A Mini PCI Single Channel Video Capture Module

Equipped Gaming Embedded System
MP-878A Mini PCI Single Channel Video Capture Module n| Product Manual nProduct Drivers

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Product Notes

** This module is only guaranteed to work with certain models of motherboards and SBCs, please refer to the following cross reference sheet: Product Cross Refere

Global P/N / SKU

3907629

Manufacturer

Commell

MFR P/N

MP-878A

Ordering Options

3907629: Mini PCI Single Channel Video Capture Module

Product Features

Mini-PCI Video Capture Module I/O: 1 x 10-pin Video In Controller: Conexant BT878A Video Dimensions: W: 2.39" x D: 2.35" (60 mm x 60.75 mm) Resolution: 768"x 576 (PAL)

Dimensions

W: 2.4" (60 mm) x D: 2.4" (61 mm)

Discontinued

0

CPU

Pentium 4 / 2.66 GHz or above (Hyperthreading Not Supported)

Support GPIO

No

Internal I/O

1 x 10-pin header

VGA

ATI Radeon 9200 or above

Audio Input

N/A

Audio Input Type

N/A

Audio Output

N/A

Operating Temperature

0 ºC ~ 60 ºC (32 ºF ~ 140 ºF)

Storage Temperature

0 ~ 60 °C (32 ~ 140 °F)

Relative Humidity

10%~90%, non-condensing

MP-878A Mini PCI Single Channel Video Capture Module

Equipped Gaming Embedded System

MP-878A Mini PCI Single Channel Video Capture Module
n| Product Manual
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Additional information

Product Notes

** This module is only guaranteed to work with certain models of motherboards and SBCs, please refer to the following cross reference sheet: Product Cross Refere

Global P/N / SKU

3907629

Manufacturer

Commell

MFR P/N

MP-878A

Ordering Options

3907629: Mini PCI Single Channel Video Capture Module

Product Features

Mini-PCI Video Capture Module I/O: 1 x 10-pin Video In Controller: Conexant BT878A Video Dimensions: W: 2.39" x D: 2.35" (60 mm x 60.75 mm) Resolution: 768"x 576 (PAL)

Dimensions

W: 2.4" (60 mm) x D: 2.4" (61 mm)

Discontinued

0

CPU

Pentium 4 / 2.66 GHz or above (Hyperthreading Not Supported)

Support GPIO

No

Internal I/O

1 x 10-pin header

VGA

ATI Radeon 9200 or above

Audio Input

N/A

Audio Input Type

N/A

Audio Output

N/A

Operating Temperature

0 ºC ~ 60 ºC (32 ºF ~ 140 ºF)

Storage Temperature

0 ~ 60 °C (32 ~ 140 °F)

Relative Humidity

10%~90%, non-condensing

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