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Black Box Switches Offer Control Options

Black Box recently announced the introduction of new 8x8 and 16x16 VGA matrix HD video switches that can be controlled via RS-232 commands, remotely over an IP connection, or via the front panel.

Black Box recently announced the introduction of new 8x8 and 16x16 VGA matrix HD video switches that can be controlled via RS-232 commands, remotely over an IP connection, or via the front panel.

According to the company, the VGA Matrix Switches are capable of independently displaying any of the eight or 16 inputs in any combination to provide eight or 16 video outputs with front-panel, serial, or IP control. Designed for cross-point switching of PC VGA or HD YPbPr video, the new switches output PC resolutions up to 1900x1200 and HD video up to 1080i.

Switching can be performed by sending RS-232 commands or pressing the front-panel buttons. For easy recall, the switches store preset routing patterns and can be programmed o switch between preset patterns at specific times of the day, says the company. This feature in particular suits the switches well for automating output to digital signage.



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