|Input||HDMI DP USB-C 4096x2160p@60 4096x2160p@60 4096x2160p@60 VGA 1920x1200p@60RB|
|Resolution||HDBaseT output supports resolutions up to 4K@60Hz (4:2:0,8-bit) or 4K@30Hz (4:4:4,8-bit). 4K@50/60|
|Power Supply||PoH or 24V/3.75A|
|Power Source||82W (Full load)|
|Dimensions||231.5mmx25mmx108mm [Case Only] 231.5mmx25mmx116mm [All Inclusive|
HDMI 2.0, DisplayPort 1.4, and DVI 1.0 compliant
HDCP 1.x and 2.2 compliant
Switchable HDMI, DisplayPort, VGA with analog audio, and USB Type-C inputs
1 HDBaseT output
Digital inputs support up to 4K UHD (18Gbps, 4K@60Hz 4:4:4, 8-bit)
VGA input supports resolutions up to WUXGA (RB)
Analog stereo audio is automatically embedded with the video from the VGA input
HDBaseT output supports resolutions up to 4K@60Hz (4:2:0, 8-bit) or 4K@30Hz (4:4:4, 8-bit). 4K@50/60Hz (4:4:4, 8-bit) or 4K@any (10/12-bit) sources will be automatically converted to 1080p.
Supported HDBaseT feature set: HD Video & Audio, PoH, and Control Extension (Bi-directional IR/RS-232)
HDBaseT output transmits video, audio and data over a single Cat.5e/6/7 cable and can reach distances up to 40m/131ft at 4K when using Cat.6a/7
Supports pass-through of many audio formats including 8 channel LPCM, Bitstream, and HD Bitstream
Supports standard PoH from the unit to connected HDBaseT Receivers (compatible Receivers only)
Supports manual input selection or automatic input selection with hot plug detection and “Last Memory” feature
Basic signal event automation using CEC commands
Comprehensive EDID management
USB Type-C port provides up to 60W to power or charge the connected device
Controllable via a front panel button, WebGUI, Telnet, and RS-232
Inputs1x HDMI [1x Uncompressed AV and Data]
1x DisplayPort [1x Uncompressed AV]
1x USB Type-C [1x USB Type-C]
1x 3.5mm [1x Stereo(L/R)]
1x HD-15 [1x RGBHV]Outputs1x RJ-45 [1x HDMI & Propriety Data]PSU:24V/3.75ADimensions231mm [W] x 108mm [D] x 25mm [H]Net Weight657g
|Number Of Channels||4|
|Dimensions||213.5mmx25mmx158mm [Case Only] 231.5mmx25mmx161mm [All Inclusive]|
|Features||HDMI inputs and outputs with 18Gbps (600MHz) 4K UHD support - Seamless switching (no loss of sync to|
|Output Support||HDMI 4096x2160p@60 2560x1600p@60RB|
This 4 by 2 HDMI Matrix with PiP is a high performance HDMI switch with integrated scaling and multi-windowing technology which can connect up to four 4K UHD+ HDMI sources to up to two 4K UHD+ HDMI displays and freely switch between them. It is an ideal solution for monitoring or displaying multiple sources simultaneously for use in control rooms, conference rooms or classrooms. Video resolutions up to 4K@60Hz and LPCM audio up to 7.1 channels at 192kHz are supported and this unit is fully compatible with the HDCP 1.x and 2.2 standards.
Any of 4 different HDMI sources may be displayed individually, full screen, with seamless switching in Matrix mode, or they can be displayed using a variety of multi-window modes including standard views like PiP (Picture in Picture) and PoP (Picture outside of Picture) as well as fully customizable quad-window modes. Control of input/window routing, position and sizing is easy using the front panel controls with OSD menu as well as by WebGUI, RS-232, and Telnet.
|Package Type||231mm [W] x 117mm [D] x 25mm [H]|
|Usage/Application||his Multiviewer is capable to scaling up to 2 sources and displaying both simultaneously on a single|
|Output Support||1x HDMI [1x Uncompressed AV and Data] 1x Terminal Block 5-pin [1x L/R Stereo (Balanced)]|
This Multiviewer is capable to scaling up to 2 sources and displaying both simultaneously on a single HDMI output within their own windows. This is the ideal solution for monitoring multiple sources simultaneously for use in control rooms, or for flexible display presentations in conference rooms or classrooms. Both inputs support resolutions up to 4K@30Hz and LPCM audio with up to 7.1 channels at 192kHz.
The multi-window output is sent to a single HDMI output at scaled resolutions up to 1080p@60Hz along with the selected audio source. The HDMI output supports up to LPCM 7.1 digital audio while the analog audio output supports up to LPCM 2.0. Each of the 2 HDMI sources may be displayed individually, full screen, or they can be displayed using a variety of multi-window modes including Picture-in-Picture, Side-by-Side, or freely positioned (with layer priority control). Each window can also be mirrored, flipped, swapped, or frozen (with live audio). Chroma keying and a custom uploadable logo/graphic are also supported.
By using the optional Windows PC application, the user can use their PC to generate images or text to be overlaid on top of a live HDMI input in real time. This unit can be controlled easily by use of the front panel controls (with OSD) as well as by WebGUI, Telnet, RS-232, IR, and 8 direct trigger inputs.
|Usage/Application||4x4 HDMI Seamless Matrix|
|Usage/Application||HDMI TO USB|
This HDMI to USB video capture recorder with HDMI bypass can support resolutions up to 18Gbps (600MHz) 4K UHD with HDR (via the bypass path) while simultaneously streaming the audio and video signal at 1080p to a USB connected PC for capture or re-broadcast. HDMI sources up to 1080p60 are supported for capture without modification, while 4K sources will be automatically scaled down to 1080p. The use of a special video timing stabilization feature helps to ensure that the USB capture stream won’t lock up or drop, even if the HDMI input source is intermittent or becomes disconnected. Digital stereo audio from either HDMI (LPCM 2.0) or the 3.5mm analog audio input will be captured with the HDMI video source and is selectable within the configuration software.
USB capture is accomplished using the UAC (USB Audio Class) and UVC (USB Video Class) standards, allowing the unit to support most common video capture, chat, or streaming software, including support for the Free OBS (Open Broadcaster Software) streaming software which is available for Windows PC, macOS and Linux. The unit is powered directly by the USB 3.0 port so an external power supply is not required (A Y-cable is required when connected via USB 2.0 in order to deliver the necessary power). Availability and access to the controllable features of the unit depend on the capture software used.