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Overview A new and improved version of my RGB to s-video / composite video encoder circuit, now based on the BH7236AF chip. OUT OF STOCK I’m working on building another batch. Hope to have them rea...Read More…
A new and improved version of my RGB to s-video / composite video encoder circuit, now based on the BH7236AF chip.
OUT OF STOCK I’m working on building another batch. Hope to have them ready mid April.
Useful for game consoles, vintage computers, arcade games, etc.
Accepts amplified or un-amplified RGB video input (red, green, blue, and composite sync)
Outputs NTSC composite and s-video, as well as amplified and filtered RGB.
Can use included 3.57MHz oscillator or remote color subcarrier clock.
Requires a regulated 5v supply. The circuit uses approx. 100mA.
I/O uses 0.1" pitch connectors.
Very small size, measures 2-1/2" x 1-1/4" x 5/16" inche
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