Analog Way reveals InfoComm MEA line up
Analog Way will show VIO 4K in the Middle East when it exhibits at InfoComm MEA 2017 from December 5 to 7, 2017 in Dubai.
Alongside the VIO 4K multi-format converter, the company will also show the Ascender 48 - 4K - PL LiveCoreTM multi-screen, seamless switcher with soft Edge and 4K capabilities based on the LiveCore platform at stand #D6-20. The company will also show HDBaseT enhancements to four systems based on its Midra product family.
Ascender 48 - 4K - PL is a 4K seamless switcher designed for high-end staging and premium system integration. It offers 12 inputs, 4 outputs + 1 multiviewer, 48 scalers and 6 true-seamless scaled layers plus a native background layer per output. For large-scale video wall applications that require a large amount of inputs, outputs and layers, several chassis can be synchronized together to create video canvases up to 192+ MPixels.
VIO 4K is an all-in-one video scaler, scan converter, switcher, coder and transcoder. It can convert any input signal format to any output format up to 4K 60Hz 4:4:4 and features a range of connectivity, including HDMI 2.0, DisplayPort 1.2, Dual-Link DVI, 12G-SDI, Quad 3G- SDI, optical and legacy analogue video. VIO 4K also features ultra-low latency processing as low as 1 frame. VIO 4K can also process embedded or de-embedded external analogue/digital audio signals and support Dante audio networking.
Analog Way is introducing HDBaseT support on QuickMatriX - H, Pulse2 - H, SmartMatriX2 - H and Saphyr - H Midra series products. The systems use HDBaseT Alliance specifications for interoperability with other HDBaseT-certified products.
HDBaseT inputs on the units support video, embedded audio and Ethernet pass through; the first two HDBaseT inputs on each model support PoE+. HDBaseT outputs support video, embedded audio, Ethernet pass through, plus RS-232 and IR control. In all four models, HDMI and HDBaseT output plugs are active and mirrored.