LYYN Hawk System

The real-time lyynification solutionfor analog CCTV systems 19” rack-mounted visibility enhancer
One viewer – many cameras

By installing the LYYN Hawk System together with a video switch it is possible to lyynify the whole system. The operator can choose and switch any camera through the unit, providing

lyynification wherever it is needed.

Cost efficient

Instead of installing more enhanced cameras you only need one LYYN Hawk System per simultaneous viewing channel. A simple system upgrade bringing a powerful result to the whole system.

Single or dual channel

LYYN Hawk System comes in two different configurations, with single or dual video channels. This means that you can save rack space, and money, if you need more than one simultaneous viewer in your system.

Features
  • One viewer – many cameras
  • Cost efficient
  • 12 VDc
  • Simple plug and play integration
  • Software remote control

Video standards

PAL 625-line 25 fps or NTSC 525-line 30 fps, autosensing of format. Standard composite or S-video (separate lluminance and chrominance), with BNC connectors.

Video synchronization

LYYN Hawk System has three video synchronization modes. The video output can be synchronized to the video input, an external synchronization signal on a separate micro connector can be used or an Time Based Corrected signal can be obtained by controlling the delay.

Simple integration

LYYN Hawk System is controlled remotely. It can be easily integrated into operator consoles through three different
control interfaces:
• RS 232
• USB 2.0
• Ethernet (RJ45) either using Telnet or an internal web server

Power

External power adapter: 12 V DC / AC, 1A
Operating conditions
Temperature: 0 — 50 °C (32 — 122 °F)
Humidity: 0 — 80% RH (non-condensing)

Dimensions and weight

Depth: 165 mm Width: 483 mm Height: 42 mm
Weight: 2100 g excluding power adapter

Approvals

EU standards:
EN55022 Class B
EN55024
EN61000-3-2
EN61000-3-3
US Standards:
FCC Part 15 Subpart B Class A
Available settings
Lyynification
Video
level
window position
window size
saturation
hue
brightness
contrast
sharpness