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Re: MTI camera and Hauppauge PVR-150 framegrabber.




*	From: Dan Ritter dsr@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
*	Date: Fri, 10 Mar 2017 07:34:35 -0500
> Coax?

Yes, the camera output is composite video through a BNC connector.  
Specs for a similar camera here.  
http://pro.jvc.com/prof/attributes/specs.jsp?model_id=MDL100970&feature_id=03
It can connect to the receiving device via a coaxial cable with a BNC 
connector on each end.  The PVR-150 receives composite video through a 
RCA socket.  An adapter is used to connect the BNC on the end of the 
cable to the RCA on the card.

> The coax connector on the PVR150 expects to be connecting a CATV
> signal. 

This card has two female F connectors.  
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/F_connector
Nothing is connected to either.

> You should also have inputs for RCA composite and SVideo Y/C,
> which don't need to be tuned.

Here using only the RCA connector.

Unless a new idea surfaces this morning, I'll buy another card in the 
afternoon and find whether the display is different with that.

Thanks for the help,          ... Peter E. 
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