Digital Video Processor, Switcher, Format/Standards Converter and Distribution Center capable of scaling HDMI, Component, VGA, Composite, and S-Video source to HDMI, Component, or VGA, as well as converts VGA Inputs to Component Outputs
Bulletproof HDMI® solutions from Key Digital®. Once a legal (HDCP) source(s) and legal (HDCP) displays are connected to Key Digital’s HDMI product(s) and a key has been established, Key Digital will authenticate all the topology of the connected products without a problem between the source and the display.
Converts VGA Inputs to Component Outputs (Connects PC Desktop or Laptop to HDTV monitor)
Scales VGA/RGBHV resolutions to Component Video Resolutions
Up-converts / down-converts SD, HD, XGA, SXGA, and WXGA resolutions of analog and digital video inputs from 480i to 1080i to a single digital HDMI/DVI or Component/RGBHV output with available resolutions from 480i to 1080p
Supports most video formats to all standard HDTV outputs: SD, HD, and VESA (VGA, SXGA, WXGA) resolutions up to 1080p
Converts: NTSC to PAL; HD-PAL to HDMI HD-NTSC
Simple to operate with clearly labeled silk-screened buttons on top panel
Both Analog and HDMI Video outputs can be active simultaneously with VGA, Component, DVI, or non-HDCP HDMI source
Frame rate conversion from 50Hz to 60Hz and from 60Hz to 50Hz
Optical IR, Top panel push buttons, On-Screen Display, Discrete Remote Codes, and RS-232control.
Supports major control systems such as AMX®, Control4®, Crestron®, RTI®, Universal®
Join Key Digital's Katharine Wheeler as she explain some of the different scaling and signal distribution solutions available from Key Digital. Katharine will discuss Key Digital's Hot Rod Series Video Processors as well as Key Digital's FatCat Series of analog and digital video baluns.
Shipping Carton Dimensions: L = 13.5? W = 7? H = 4.5?
Product Weight: 2 lbs
Shipping Weight: 3 lbs
Accessories: IR Remote Control, Qty 2- VGA (F) to RCA (F) Breakout Cable, UL Certified Power Supply
Important: Plasma displays may develop a visible burn-in image pattern when unchanged image is presented to monitor for a long period of time. Image raster has to be centered property for each input using scaler and/or monitor H and V position and size adjustments. Key Digital is not responsible for long unchanged image exposure or improper centering of the image that may result in Plasma display burn-in pattern.