Mar 28, 2012 3:13 PM, By Llanor Alleyne
DVI-7335 by DVIGear is an HDCP-compliant fiber-optic transport system capable of distributing high-resolution DVI and HDMI signals over cable lengths up to 1.5km (4,920ft.). The DVI-7335 consists of an optical transmitter and an optical receiver, which support both multimode and single-mode fiber cables. DVI and HDMI input signals from a source device such as a PC, cable set-top box, or Blu-Ray player are converted into light pulses by an optical transmitter module for transmission over three strands of fiber-optic cable. On the display side, an optical receiver module converts the light pulses back to a DVI/HDMI signal for display on a monitor or projector.
Fiberplex’s LightViper LV-DS08-P is a complete 8-channel bi-directional fiber-optic drive snake system designed for production use. It features two 8x8 drive units, one Neutrik tactical fiber cable (100 meters) on a reel, and all of the necessary copper breakout cables. The system will accept eight inputs from any analog or digital source, and can output eight analog and eight digital channels to feed analog amplifiers, powered speakers, or analog or digital speaker processor units. Use of the eight analog and eight digital outputs can also be conducted simultaneously.
The TwisterPro UTP transmitter/receiver system by FSR allows video, stereo audio, RS-232 data, and IR signal transmission over ordinary Cat-5, 5e, 6, and cable. Capable of runs up to 1,000ft., the TwisterPro system features wall-plate-style transmitters (one-gang and two-gang) and receivers (two-gang) in three colors: black, white, and ivory. Matching Decora trim rings are included for standalone use, or the units can be populated along with FSR’s IPS component and plates for a complete interface solution. There are also brick-style housing versions that can be used on any surface or rackmounted using the accessory rack kits if preferred. TPRO receivers with skew compensation adjustments are optional and help adjust for misconvergence of the red, green, and blue video signals that can occur as a result of inherent delay caused by differences in cable twist lengths. The system can be powered at either the transmitter or receiver end by the optional power supply.
The Gefen ToolBox 8x8 Matrix for HDMI with FST (Fast Switching Technology) allows direct connections between different high definition sources and displays without networking. Any eight sources can be switched to any eight displays using this new matrix. High-definition resolutions up to 1080p full HD with 3DTV passthrough are delivered instantly when selected. FST is a Gefen technology that speeds the HDCP (high-bandwidth digital content protection) handshaking process, which in the past could take up to 10 seconds in transition when switching between sources. With FST, those 10 seconds have been reduced to nearly no delay when switching sources, with high-definition video appearing on the display immediately with no latency. Installation is simple, requiring the connection of eight high-def sources to the eight HDMI inputs, and the connection of eight high-def displays to the eight HDMI outputs. Users can assign any source to any display, relaying video and multi-channel digital audio with no signal delays. The 8x8 Matrix for HDMI with FST offers local front-panel control, IR remote access and RS-232 for automation, IP control, and is a lower cost alternative to previous product offerings.
Gepco’s V-Light Active Fiber Cable System, designed with easy-to-use copper connections, is a reliable and durable interface for high-speed serial digital video transmission over single-mode fiber with data transfer rates up to 1.485Gbps. Inside each weather-tight V-Light connector shell, the fiber is sealed and isolated, while the electrical signal is converted to an optical one (or vice versa). With signal transmission of up to 10km, V-Light active fiber cable assemblies consist of an exceptionally rugged and lightweight single-mode tactical fiber cable with V-Light connectors on each end. Completing the V-Light System, V-Light panels serve as beginning and ending points of the video signal transmission. Panels come with either two, three, or four panel-mount connectors, providing an easy connection with a fan out to BNC connectors.
IHSE’s Draco Tera 48 and 80 series of switch matrix frames are the latest additions to the company’s Draco Tera 160 and 288 series of HD-KVM technology matrix switch solutions. Now offered in four frame sizes, the Draco Tera offers non-blocking switch technology to handle digital video resolutions up to 1920x1200 at 60Hz, 1080p60, and 2K as well as supporting USB 2.0, bi-directional audio, and serial data interfaces, while providing for a wide range of extender modules to fit any application. Each Draco Tera system contains an internal CPU that allows users to control functions via an onscreen display, a software user interface, or an RS-232 serial interface. Additionally, the Draco Tera can easily be configured through any third-party control system such as Crestron or AMX.
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