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Infocomm '09 Products: Signal Managment

New Chief mounts, Lutron's wireless shading system, Bretford technology carts, more

New at InfoComm '09

Electrosonic's VN-Quantum Connect multi-image display processor supports a variety of input and output combinations for integrating and scaling multiple video and graphic images onto one or more displays. The VN-Quantum Connect can size and place up to 128 windows anywhere across multiple displays via its control software and supports connected analog or digital inputs to WUXGA and outputs to 1920x1080p, including SXGA+. It also supports a combination of up to 84 video inputs, 14 RGB or DVI inputs, and 14 independently processed outputs. Electrosonic. 818-333-3602.

New at InfoComm '09

MediaPointe's new VIDi 10 digital network streamer adds flexibility to the company's VIDi line, the company says. Providing HD 1080i AV streaming for IPTV, the VIDi 10 is well suited for use in hotels, universities, airports, corporate boardrooms, and other areas that utilize HD digital signage, streaming telepresence meetings, medical, military surveillance, houses of worship, and other applications, according to MediaPointe. MediaPointe. 805-480-3700.


The new QMOD-HD HDTV Modulator from Contemporary Research converts PC-driven HD VGA and Component signals into an HDTV digital cable channel. According to the company, the QMOD-HD is a cost-effective solution for distributing digital signage and HD subscriber sources using existing broadband coax cabling in sports, retail, and entertainment facilities, corporate offices, colleges, schools, and houses of worship. The QMOD-HD accepts HD VGA and Component analog video plus digital or stereo audio, converting the inputs into a 720p/1080i MPEG-2 digital media stream. The unit then formats and amplifies the signal as a QAM digital cable channel. Contemporary Research. 972-931-2728.


The Isys TPS-17G-QM from Crestron, announced earlier this year, is a 17-inch G-Series touch panel with dual video, RGB, and HDTV displays. Its widescreen display offers an extra-wide viewing angle, while QuickMedia (QM) connectivity provides simplified system design and installation, says the company. In addition to QM connectivity, the touch panel's QM-TX transmitter functions like the IMC module in the company's TPMC-15/17 models to connect conventional AV sources and PCs. The QM-TX transmits signals up to 450 feet on a single Cat-5e cable. Crestron Electronics. 201-767-3400.

New at InfoComm '09

Avocent's Emerge MPX1550AP HD Access Point allows AV pros to deliver IP-based audio/video extension solutions for large-scale venues with multiple floors or buildings, such as universities, theme parks, hospitals, and airports, says the company. When combined with Avocent IP wired/wireless MPX1550 HD transmitters and receivers, the Access Point extends audio, video, serial, and IR signals from a source to distributed display devices. The Emerge MPX1550AP HD Access Point supports HDMI, DVI-D, VGA, and YPbPr video formats. Audio support includes HDMI and unbalanced analog. Serial and IR pass-through allow control of source and display devices, while central management is through an on-board Web server. Avocent. 954-746-9000.

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