DVP400 Family

DVP400-Pro Modular Video Processor, Presentation Matrix Family

DVP400-Pro the Complete Solution for your AV Project
The DVP400-Pro name – as a new class in the AV industry – covers hybrid video processors that can satisfy all rendering requirements of an AV project, an office department, a building or even a factory.
This unprecedented 3-in-1 solution integrates presentation matrix, routing matrix and video processor into a single chassis.
• The video processor can drive video walls with real time display and scaling of input signals to any output screen or wall position.
• The presentation matrix offers scaling, seamless switching, cross fade switching and PIP rendering.
• The routing matrix performs signal conversion and matrix switching from any input to any or multiple outputs

DVP400-Pro family introduces the new concept of section. Each of the sections may have assigned input signals to handle, outputs to control and users with different access rights. The hierarchical user right system ensures user access and control to selected sections and so selected inputs and outputs only. The world class DVP400-Pro family modular devices are built up using 16x16, 32x32 or 64x64 chassis. They process 4-64 input and 4-64 output signals. HDMI, DVI, RGB, analogue video, SDI, direct HDBaseT signals are handled with full HDCP protection. DVP400-Pro family offer local or network based HTML5 compatible, intelligent control system with live preview option for I/O signals.

All-in-one video processor
driving coherent video wall up to 16 screens

Modular design to handle min. 4 max 16 inputs using 
4-channel input boards

Modular design to handle min. 4 max 8/16 HDMI outputs using 4-channel/2-channel output boards


YUV 4:4:4, YUV 4:2:2, RGB HDMI input signal format handling, 
4K30 resolution


Signal scaling in and scaling out of any input resolution to any selected output resolution


Seamless switch  of two input signals in real time with zero latency, without loss of frames

Fade-in, fade-out, cross-fade effects when switching of two input signals in real time


PIP2 or PIP4 input source 
display in real time over 
the display wall surface


Display of video inputs in real time in any size and any position over the video wall


Drives coherent video wall 
surface from 1 up to 
16 screens


HDMI output signals, with full HDCP support, 
4K30 resolution


Fully independent audio matrix switching for embedded or separate analogue audio signals

 
HDMI, DVI, analogue, 
SDI, video signals supported


Easy-to-use, remote control user interface through platform independent web browser

Versatile layout managementuser interface with sophisticated scenario handling


On-screen-display (OSD) 
over any input signal windows as defined by the project installation

Summary of services

• Professional video processor with built-in capability of
   o video processor sections
   o presentation matrix
   o routing matrix
• Video processor to manage multiple video wall surfaces by displaying video inputs scaled to any size or position
• Real time display of input videos regardless of the position and scale size
• mapping the input signals’ window to any size or coordinate over the output frame
• Different sized, modular chassis as 4U, 7U, 14U high to serve small, midsized and very large configurations also
• Feature rich board set to support modular configurations from 4x4 to 16x16, 32x32, 64x64
• 4K 30Hz I/O signals, handling all industry standard resolutions and formats
• Handling of colour spaces as RGB 8, YUV 4:4:4, YUV 4:2:2
• Controllable HDCP as non-HDCP, 1.4, 2.0, 2.2 handling at the input as well as the output side
• Different input signal formats and resolutions converted to desired output signal standard
• Programmable custom output resolutions to different outputs
• Limitless cropping of input signals’ window size
• Signal scaling in and scaling out of any input resolution to any selected output resolution
• Real time display of input information over the outputs
• Seamless switch of 2 input signals to the outputs with zero latency to provide immediate, distortion free picture change with no black frames
• Fade-in of new inputs with programmable interval
• Cross-fade switch between 2 input signals with programmable interval
• Fade-out of signals when switched off with programmable interval
• Picture-in-Picture display of two live, moving video input signals over any output screen
• Video wall operation mode creating coherent video screens with real time input video display
• On-screen-display (OSD) over any input signal windows as defined by the project installation
• Preview option displaying multiple input signals in stamp sized, live windows inside the remote web based user interface
• Handling of embedded and analogue audio signals at input and output side also
• Fully independent audio matrix switching for embedded or separate analogue audio signals
• Ability to hierarchically assign different user and access rights to selected operators
• Easy-to-use, remote control user interface through platform independent web browser to be run in Windows, Linux, iOS, Android platforms
• Versatile layout management user interface with sophisticated scenario handling
• Management of multiple and coherent video wall surfaces with real time input video rendering

 

Different Chassis for Different Project Requirements

Your project can be accommodated to the right chassis as 4U, 7U or even 14U high to serve the custom project requirements. Robust mechanics and logical interface design guarantee easy installation and operation. The chassis offers:

Custom design, custom manufactured, made of steel to serve robust mission critical projects
Regulated fans with very low noise level for long terms and stable operation
Dual, redundant, hot swappable power supply option
Triple, redundant, hot swappable power supplies for 14U high chassis
Frame design optimized for the best cooling and easy board exchange

Immediate, remote check and supervision of device health


You can supervise and check visually the health of the remote chassis by the help of the remote Web based user interface. Continuous health service for supervision of fan rotation, external power supplies, internal power supplies and internal temperature of boards/chassis are possible. The status of these parameters is permanently displayed over the remote user interface while user can check all the status information in detail. The status of these parameters is saved to special log files also.

 

Highly redundant power connections

The chassis contains internal power supplies supporting all of the international mains electricity standards from 90V up to 265V. The optional second or third redundant power supplies give high reliability as they are

  • Fully redundant, sharing the system load among the units
  • Hot swappable, so they can be exchanged during full operation
  • Provide altogether 2 units for the 4U and 7U high chassis
  • Provide 3 power supply units for the 14U high chassis
    The system operation can be switched on and switched off by the mains switch on the front of the chassis.

Front LED and push buttons for setup and supervise the first steps

The front panel LED displays status information for setup and control. There are push buttons for navigation and control inside the setup to handle setting up of basic configuration information

 

  • Setting of DHCP or fixed IP address and additional LAN parameters
  • Function assignment of signal driving push buttons
  • Setting of RS232C signals’ connection parameters
  • OSD display settings
  • Factory reset setting

Front panel push buttons for quick layout management

There is a set of push buttons for input signal and a separate set for output signal management. They can work for multiple purposes:

  • The input buttons can select a certain input signal to be displayed on a certain output channel identified by the output button. This can be used for signal display one-by-one, usually for testing.
  • The user can generate layouts and can assign them to push buttons. In this case the push of a certain button recalls the pre-designed layout on a rather straightforward way.

 

Disable of push button operation to prevent unauthorized access
Front panel push button operation can be disabled using a special system setting. In this case user can prevent un-authorized user action from the front panels and so improve system responsibility.

 

Easy connection to the world by interface connectors
The DVP400-Pro products contain different control interfaces for the easy local or remote control
• 1 x DVI output connector to display local monitor for system setup and control
• 4 x USB2.0 connectors for firmware upgrade, save/reload configuration information or
   o 1 x local mouse for system control
   o 1 x local keyboard for system control
• 2 x LAN connection to be connected to TCP/IP networks, to be used for setup and remote control
• 1 x RS-232C connector to handle remote control commands

 

Convenient local control of the box by mouse, keyboard and local monitor
The DVP400-Pro products provide chance for local control using the locally connected peripherals. Full functioning graphics user interface on the locally connected monitor handles user login and layout management by the mouse and keyboard. The operator sitting in front of the device can manage the full operation without any LAN connection. So system security can be enhanced significantly.

Modular chassis design to serve different size of projects
The modular chassis can accommodate different input boards and build up the custom configuration tailored to the project. Users can build small, medium or large configurations by using the very same board set and technology.
• 4U high chassis can handle 4 x input boards
• 7U high chassis can handle 8 x input boards
• 14U high chassis can handle 16 x input boards
• Custom built 14U high chassis can handle 18 x input boards

 

No external converters needed as all industry standard signals supported for the easy integration
As an all-in-one solution the DVP400-Pro products process all the industry standard input signals with direct cable connection. So no external signal conversion is needed, everything is handled by the very same, single DEXON box. The input boards handle usually 4 signals with direct connectors and 4 x L,R base line audio inputs as
• 4 x HDMI 4K signals, 4 x audio, up to 4K resolution
• 4 x DVI signals, up to 1920x1200 resolution
• 4 x HDBaseT signals with RJ45 connectors, 4 x audio, up to 4K resolution
• 4 x SDI, HD-SDI, 3GSDI, 4 x audio
• 4 x Universal input for legacy signals as DVI, RGB, YUV progressive, YUV interlaced, composite video interlaced, S-video interlaced, up to 1920x1200 resolution
• 4 x HDMI for interlaced signals, 4 x audio, up to 1920x1080 resolution
• 16 x composite video inputs, progressive and interlaced, 4 x audio as NTSC, PAL, SECAM

 

Different signal resolutions at your finger tips
The inputs support HDMI signals up to 4K30 resolution, as from 640x 480 60 Hz pixels up to FHD as 1920x1080 60 Hz or 1920x1200 60 Hz, UHD as 3840x2160 at 30Hz or 4K as 4096x2160 at 30Hz in progressive mode.

 

Different signal colour formats at your finger tips
The DVP400-Pro devices automatically support different colour spaces as
• RGB 8
• YUV 4:4:4 or
• YUV 4:2:2

 

Universal L,R audio handling at the input ports
The 4 x Phoenix connectors handle base line L, R analogue audio signals. The audio connectors have 2 roles depending on user interface setting
• Input of base line, L, R analogue audio signal for internal matrix switch and output audio generation
• Output of audio signal de-embedded from the corresponding HDMI or HDBaseT or SDI input channel
So no external audio handling needed as de-embedding, embedding and analogue input audio processing is performed also.

 

Most of industry standard output signals supported for the easy integration
As an all-in-one solution the DVP400-Pro products drive all the industry standard output signals with direct cable connection. So no external signal conversion is needed, everything is handled by the very same, single DEXON box. The output boards handle usually 4 signals with direct connectors
• 4 x HDMI 4K signals, 4 x audios, up to 4K resolution, PIP2
• 2 x HDMI 4K signals, 2 x HDBaseT signal mirrors with RJ45 connectors, 2 x audios, up to 4K resolution, PIP4
• 4 x HDBaseT signals with RJ45 connectors, 4 x audios, up to 4K resolution, PIP2
• 4 x SDI, HD-SDI, 3GSDI, 3 x BNC, 4 x audios, PIP2

Different output signal resolutions at your finger tips
The outputs support HDMI signals up to 4K30 resolution, as from 640x 480 60 Hz pixels up to FHD as 1920x1080 60 Hz or 1920x1200 60 Hz, UHD as 3840x2160 at 30Hz or 4K as 4096x2160 at 30Hz in progressive mode. There are custom models to support interlaced HDMI output also.


Different signal colour formats at your finger tips
The DVP400-Pro devices has the capability to set different output colour spaces as
• RGB 8
• YUV 4:4:4 or
• YUV 4:2:2

 

Universal audio handling at the output ports
The output signals contain embedded audio where the independent audio matrix can assign audio of any input channels to be embedded. Additionally the 4 x Phoenix connectors handle base line L, R analogue audio output signals for the direct connection to external processing equipment.

 

The 3-in-1 concept to serve perfect solution to different needs
The DIVIP-Pro name – as a new class in the AV industry – covers hybrid video processors that can satisfy all rendering requirements of an AV project, an office department, a building or even a factory.
This unprecedented 3-in-1 solution integrates different functions into a single chassis.
• The video processor can drive video walls with real time display and scaling of input signals to any video wall position.
• The presentation matrix offers scaling up, scaling down, seamless switching, cross fade switching and PIP rendering.
• The routing matrix performs matrix switching from any input to any or multiple outputs without any resolution change

 

New concept of sections to handle multiple users and services
DVP400-Pro family introduces the new concept of section. Each of the sections may have assigned input signals to handle, outputs to control and users with different access rights. The hierarchical user right system ensures user access and control to selected sections and so selected inputs and outputs only. The world class DVP400-Pro products provides free setup for the administrator to
• define sections and name them
• assign specific input channels
• assign selected out channel
• define operation mode as presentation matrix, routing matrix or video processor
• assign users
• assign different rights for each user
Rather sophisticated architectures and operation modes can be designed and performed with these new tools.

 

The right number of input and output signals assigned to the users
The users of different sections may share input signals but have a distinct set of output signals to manage. The channel numbers can be set one-by-one and no restriction to map the 4-channels capability of the input and out boards.

 

Real time signal handling for perfect customer satisfaction
The DVP400-Pro products perform all operations in real time. So the output signals are displayed in real time from the inputs regardless of the signal resolution, scaling, PIP and number of signals controlled. No drop of frames, no black frames or transitions can be experienced

 

Unlimited scaling of input signals to outputs
The DVP400-Pro devices contain 2 or 4 output signal scaling engines for each of the output channels. The scaling operation has no limit so the scale up from any input resolution as for example 640x480 or 1024x768 to any output resolution up to 1920x1080, 3840x2160 or even 4098x2160 are possible. The scale down from any input resolution as for example 3840x2160 can be performed to any output resolution as 1280x720 is possible. One of the scaling engines serve the main output while the other ones support the PIP channel. The scaling operation results crystal clear image displayed in real time with no drop of frames.

 

PRESENTATION EFFECTS

The Picture-in-Picture visualization means display of 2 or 4 inputs over the main output channel. These extra windows can display any of the input sources in any position and any scaling/size over the main image. Cropping and arbitrary positioning are supported while the visualization is performed in real time.
These DVP400-Pro video processors offer seamless switching of two inputs to the very same output. This best-in-class effect has perfect transition of the signals, meaning no distortion and no black frames. Practically this is perfect switch with zero latency because the change of input frame A to input B is performed during the VSYNC, i.e. the vertical synchron signal active period. This operation is managed by complex hardware FPGA devices.
Fading in means that the video image will open slowly fading from the background. The background can be a solid colour background or even other live video image from any video input. You can customize the time frame to your application.

Fade-out means that the video image fades slowly out to the background. The background can be a solid colour background or even other active video image from any video input. You can customize the desired time to your application.

 

Cross-fade means that the video image of input A slowly fades to video image B through a smooth transition. This operation is performed in real time of course.

OSD over output signals (On-Screen-Display)
There is a built-in information text about the current output settings and input connections. This information text can be visualized on the OSD (On-Screen-Display) panel. The visibility settings of the OSD panel can be changed here.
• Auto: the information panel is automatically displayed in case of any changes in the settings.
• Yes: the information panel is visualized permanently.
• No: the information panel is not visible.
By default, the information panel can be seen on the top-left corner of each display output. The position, size, timing, content, background colour, the text colour and the highlighted colour can also be specified in the OSD panel.

 

Remote preview of input signals for the total management of the system
The graphics user interface has a built-in option to display stamp sized preview of multiple input and output signals. This live preview makes possible to check the input and output signal validity and content by the operator continuously. Great chance to have the total overview what is happening over the system and the environment. This is a remote preview so the operator can see remotely without any direct access to any of the inputs or output signals.

 

Remote preview of video wall content for full supervision
The graphics user interface has the built-in option to display video wall preview. This live preview makes possible the check the video wall operation for the operator supervision continuously. Great chance to have the total overview what is happening and what is be displayed at a given moment. This is a remote preview so the operator can see remotely without any direct access to any of the output signals.

Professional HDCP handling
The products offer professional HDCP handling as supporting HDCP 1.4, 2.0 or 2.2 standards for the perfect integration of the boxes to complex environments. The user can set up at the input side to reflect handling of
• No HDCP
• HDCP 1.4
• HDCP 1.4 or 2.0 or 2.2
The device handles all HDCP standards at the output side depending on the peripheral connected. All the HDCP rules are strictly kept when displaying signals with different HDCP standard.

 

Perfect EDID handling
The EDID handling at the output and input side has been developed to support easy system integration. Different EDID handling method include the chance to develop custom EDID to be presented to special input sources.

Custom output resolution for LED walls
These devices handle all standard output resolutions. Additionally we offer the opportunity to specify custom output resolution. Custom Output Timing Editor helps to create a new output timing, modify a created timing or delete one of created timings. The Custom Output Timing feature will expand the output timing list on output settings page, if it is compliant with the output card capabilities. Several custom timings can be created and they can be used for several output channels also.
This editor gives total access to the parameters in order to create a custom output timing:
• The Pixel Frequency (unit: MHz) - the number of pixels per second
• The Active Area Width (unit: pixels) - the number of visible pixels per line
• The H Blanking Interval (unit: pixels)
• The H Front Porch (unit: pixels)
• The H Sync Width (unit: pixels)
• The Active Area Height (unit: lines) - the number of visible lines
• The V Blanking Interval (unit: lines)
• The V Front Porch (unit: lines)
• The V Sync Height (unit: lines)
• The Sync polarities (positive or negative)

 

Easy-to-use remote control by graphics user interface
The DVP400-Pro devices can be controlled remotely from a Web browser of any platform.

Remote control compatibility:

 Windows Linux
iOS Android

The user has to start the browser, type in the TCP/IP address of the DEXON device. Now the user receives an easy-to-use graphics interface where simple mouse clicks can control setups and operation also.

 

Local language support
The graphics user interface supports users with the option to select a local language for the operation. A lot of different local language options are supported:

English as default Italian Korean
French Polish Japanese


Different User Rights
The web based remote user interface includes handling of different users with different rights. There is an Administrator account that is able to define other administrators or users with different access and control rights.

Operations inside the Video Processor’s User Interface
The user can perform device and layout management operations by simple mouse clicks. The interface is rather easy to understand and supports all the functions for the remote device control.

Input signal handling options
The user may receive valuable information about the input signals as
• status of input signals one-by-one
• HDCP status
• display of detected input resolution
• live preview of input signal in a stamp size

Comprehensive input signal management can be performed also, as
• name assignment to that certain input
• setting of required HDCP management
• setting up of custom EDID
• management of input audio as assigning of L,R analogue audio to that certain channel or de-embed the audio from the HDMI signal and drive to the audio connector

 

Display of input videos over the video wall surface
The visualization of inputs over the video wall surface can be performed by drag-and-drop operations. Users can define the drop mode of the signal or can change the position and size of windows by mouse clicks any time later.

 

Independent audio signal matrix
The devices contain a separate audio matrix that can assign input channel audios to certain or multiple outputs. The operation can be performed by the push-buttons arranged in a matrix-like area.

Output windows’ status options
Special area displays status information about each of the video windows over the video wall. The information covers video window ID, size, position for the easy user handling and alignment.

 

Configuration page
Separate configuration page can be used to control each of the system settings as output channels’ layout, bezel compensation, EDID handling, HDCP handling, custom output resolution setup.

 

Automatic test mode operation
A large set of different test patterns and schedules can be recalled and run to each of the output channels where static or even moving test patterns are available. The sequence of different settings with coloured picture can be generated with a single mouse click.

 

Layout management by push buttons
Special area of push buttons can be used to recall pre-designed video wall layout patterns. From 8 up to 32 layout controlling buttons can recall pre-designed at a glimpse. The buttons can have own name, colour for active and inactive state, even sequential display of layouts can be set up by assigned stepping time and sequence.

 

Operations inside the matrix graphics user interface
The user can perform device and layout management operations by simple mouse clicks. The interface is rather easy to understand and supports all the functions for the remote device control.

 

Input signal handling options
The user may receive valuable information about the input signals as
• status of input signals one-by-one
• HDCP status
• display of detected input resolution
Comprehensive input signal management can be performed also, as
• name assignment to that certain input
• setting of required HDCP management
• setting up of custom EDID
• management of input audio as assigning of L,R analogue audio to that certain channel or de-embed the audio from the HDMI signal and drive to the audio connector

 

Input and output signals’ assignment
The assignment of input signals to the outputs can be performed by the push-buttons arranged in a matrix-like area. There are 3 independent push button areas to manage
• switching of certain input signals to certain output or to multiple outputs as main window
• switching of second input signal to a certain or to multiple selected outputs as second video displayed in Picture-in-Picture mode
• switching of certain audio input to a certain or multiple audio outputs

 

Output signal status options
The output ports and displayed signals have a status area reflecting
• Assignment of main input signal
• Assignment of PIP input signal
• HDCP status
• Audio status

 

Output signal parameters’ management
The output signal management provides full control of the following parameters
• Output resolution
• HDCP handling
• EDID handling
• Assigned background colour
• Assigned cropping
• Placement inside the output resolution area
• Assigned bezel compensation
• Support of video wall mode

 

Automatic test mode operation

A large set of different test patterns and schedules can be recalled and run to each of the output channels where static or even moving test patterns are available. The sequence of different settings with coloured picture can be generated with a single mouse click.

Layout management and signal assignment by push buttons

Special area of push buttons can be used to recall pre-designed signal assignment patterns. From 8 up to 32 layout controlling buttons can recall full system assignment pattern in a glimpse. The buttons can have own name, colour for active and inactive state, even sequential display of patterns can be set up by assigned stepping time and sequence.

 

Improved system reliability by logging

You can initiate precise logging procedure that saves all the system parameters to files for later revision. The device has 6 levels of logging to save critical data of the configuration and operation.

Sophisticated system parameters
The clever management of this device offers a lot of advanced and sophisticated parameter setting possibilities in the assigned area of the user interface.
• Signal input and output assignment scheme can be developed by the help of a separate page
• System configuration presets of the full DIMAX can be defined and recalled
• TCP/IP network parameters can be set up for the remote control 
• RS232 parameters can be set up also
• Passwords for Administrator and users can be defined
• Different user rights can be assigned
• Current date and time setting
• Seamless switch and different fade effects’ control
• Loading of .png logo to be displayed in user interface window
• OSD panel definition
• Start of test sequences for continuous operation
• Define and start of system parameter logging
• Internal status of fans, temperatures, supply voltages
• Perform a factory reset to initiate all the system parameters to factory default

 

Remote supervision of device health, Info page
Full hardware monitoring information is collected by the software system. There are four types of data:
• PS - Power Supply
• PWR – Internal voltage levels
• FAN - Tachometer
• TEMP - Temperature
The status of these parameters is permanently displayed over the remote user interface while user can check all the status information in detail. The status of these parameters is saved to special log files also.

 

External keyboard or X-keys handling
You can connect a standard keyboard or a programmable keypad (X-keys) to recall any of the layouts. The user can control the device operation by simple key buttons and display pre-designed layout according to his wish.

 

DVP400-Pro, 4U high 19” compatible rack mount chassis  
        

 

  • 4RU high chassis
  • Input boards 1 - 4
  • Output boards 1 - 4
  • Interfaces 1 x DVI, 2 x LAN
  • 4 x USB, 1 x RS232C
  • 1 x PS, 2 x PS redundant
  • 483 x 178 x 526 mm
DVP400-Pro, 7U high 19” compatible rack mount chassis  
       

 

  • 7RU high chassis
  • Input boards 1 – 8
  • Output boards 1 – 8
  • Interfaces 1 x DVI, 2 x LAN
  • 4 x USB, 1 x RS232C
  • 1 x PS, 2 x PS redundant
  • 483 x 296 x 526 mm
DVP400-Pro, 14U high 19” compatible rack mount chassis  
       

 

  • 14RU high chassis
  • Input boards 1 - 16
  • Output boards 1 - 16
  • Interfaces 1 x DVI, 2 x LAN
  • 4 x USB, 1 x RS232C
  • 2 x PS
  • 483 x 613 x 526 mm

 

Input 4-72
Input Signal Formats HDMI, HDBaseT, SDI, HD-SDI, 3GSDI, RGB, YPbPr, S-video, Composite video
Output 4-72
Output Signal Formats HDMI, HDBaseT, SDI, HD-SDI, 3GSDI
Audio Embedded or separate analogue R-L audio inputs and outputs
HDCP HDCP support of 1.4, 2.0, 2.2 specifications
Control Local control by local monitor, keyboard, mouse
Remote control through RS232, TCP/IP LAN
Web based remote control user interface
Humidity 10 - 90%, non-condensing
Temperature 5 - 40 °C
Power Consumption 4U high chassis: 250-400 W
7U high chassis: 400-600 W
14U high chassis: 500-1000 W
Power Supply 100V - 240V AC
Weight 4U chassis: 20-30 kg
7U chassis: 30-45 kg
14U chassis: 45-60 kg
Dimensions 4U chassis: W483 x H178 x D526 (mm)
7U chassis: W483 x H296 x D526 (mm)
14U chassis: W483 x H613 x D526 (mm)

 

INPUT AND OUTPUT DETAILS

Input signal specifications Details
Number of input signals Min. 4 to max. 72
Digital HDMI HDMI 2.0 and HDCP 2.2 specifications
from 640x480 to 4096x2160 30 Hz
Digital DVI DVI 1.0
from 640x480 to 1920x1200
RGB, VSYNC, HSYNC from 640x480 to 1920x1200
Component video, YPBPR 576i, 576p, 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p
S-video, Composite Video PAL, NTSC, SECAM
SDI 3GSDI, HD-SDI, SDI
HDBaseT up to 100m (330 feet)
from 640x480 to 4096x2160 30 Hz

 

Output signal specifications Details
Number of Output signals Min. 4 to max. 72
Digital HDMI 1.4 and HDCP 2.2 from 640x480 up to 4096x2160 30 Hz pixels
Digital DVI DVI 1.0
from 640x480 to 1920x1200
HDBaseT up to 100m (330 feet)
from 640x480 to 4096x2160 30 Hz


Input board set specifications

HDMI 4K input board

HDBaseT 4K input board

Universal input board

DVI input board

SDI input board

Composite video board

OUTPUT BOARD SET SPECIFICATIONS

HDMI 4K output board, PIP2

HDMI/HDBaseT 4K60 Hz output boards, PIP 4

HDBaseT 4K output board

SDI output board

 

DVP400-4U

DVP402-4U-INC16-OUTC12HNS4-R

 

DVP402-4U-INH4C4-OUTC8-r

 

DVP400-4U-INH4U4C4SDI4-OUTH4H(PIP4)2C4SDI4-r

 

DVP404-4U-INH16-OUTH(PIP4)8-r

 

DVP402-4U-INH16-OUTH16-r

 

 

DVP400-7U

DVP402-7u-INH8U8C8SDI8-OUTH8C8SDI16-r

 

DVP402-7u-INC32-OUTC32-r

 

DVP400-7U-INH4C4-OUTC16H12HNS4-r

 

DVP402-7U-INH32-OUTH32-r

 

 

DVP400-14U

DVP402-14U-INC72-OUTC72-r

 

DVP402-14U-INH4C4-OUTC32H40-r

 

DVP402-14U-INH72-OUTH72-r

 

DVP400-14U-INH24U16C16SDI16-OUTH8C48SDI4HNS4-r

 

 

 

 

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