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The device is designed to display alphanumerical characters, raster graphics and vector graphics on the image from camera.  The OSD-50HD is produced as a PCB and dedicated for devices, where simultaneous observation of the image is required as well as the reading of data sent from the sensors placed in the device. Assuming OSD-50HD cooperation with such solutions as Arduino or Nucleo, we recommend using the PORT-22 converter in addition.

From the video signal the OSD-50HD operates as a loop-through device, equipped with signal input and output. The device control protocol can be found in the technical documentation.


  • 3.3 V DC
Supported standards: AHD, HD-CVI, HD-TVI
Range RS-485: 1200 m
Video signal amplification: dB
The ability to change the font and create own table of graphic characters:
Built-in KF ptotocols (cash registers):
Possibility to add KF protocols (cash registers):
Vector graphics support:
Raster graphics support:
The ability to firmware upgrade:
PCB casing:
Built-in stabilizer:
Communication: UART 3.3 V
Communication using optional devices: PORT-22
Maximal number of characters in one line: 50
Maximal number of lines: 40
Maximum number of characters on the screen: 2000
The ability to change font size:
The ability to change the position of the titles:
Keyboard lock:
Power supply:
  • Powering from PORT-22
  • 3.3 V DC
  • the scales supporting the cougar 8530 protocol, eg.: METTLER TOLEDO 8530
  • the AXIS, RADWAG, RHEWA scales
  • time & attendance recorders, eg.: EVR-2
  • the SG-1 mode – the protocol of SG-1 device operating in symbols display mode, ability to implement custom protocols
  • character terminal mode and hexadecimal displaying
  • You can customize the software to your needs, such as adding a new communication protocol that supports other devices than specified
Weight: 0.02 kg
Dimensions: 91  x 36  x 11 mm
Guarantee: 2 years

RS-485 direct connection to the OSD-50HD - for example for the OSD-50HD hardware update:

RS-485 connection to the ARDUINO / NUCLEO:

Direct sensors connection to the ARDUINO / NUCLEO:

An example of connecting a temperature sensor:

1. Temperature sensor
2. Camera
3. Monitor
4. Video signal

Configuration with using a scale:

1. Electronic scale
2. Camera
3. Monitor
4. Video signal
5. RS-485
6. RS-232

An example of connecting several sensors:

1. Sensors
2. Camera
3. Monitor
4. Video signal

Example of application



Data Sheet

100 KB

User Manual

2.53 MB

Documentation v1.34.6

9 MB

PCB technical drawing

40 KB



Dimensions (L x W x H)
125x65x30 mm
Gross Weight
0.118 kg
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