Digital Video Processor, Video/Audio Switcher and Universal Distribution Center
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.
Accommodates 11 total digital and analog video input formats and connectors, including HDMI/DVI, VGA/RGBHV, Component, Composite and S-Video
Up-converts / down-converts SD, HD, XGA, 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, WXGA) resolutions up to 1080p (60Hz & 50Hz)
Can assign any audio input to any video input with the ability to convert any audio input format to any audio output format (analog or digital)
Provides a one cable solution to the display and/or A/V receiver
Both Analog and HDMI Video outputs can be active simultaneously, if no HDCP is present
Becomes a media center switching up to 2 HDMI/DVI inputs, 3 Component, 1 VGA, 2 S-Video, 3 Composite inputs and scaling into 1 HDMI/DVI output and/or 1 Component/RGBHV output
Serial IR, Optical IR, Front Panel with LCD, Discrete Remote Codes,
and RS-232 control.
Supports major control systems such as AMX®, Colorado vNet®, Control4®, Crestron®, HomeLogic™, lifeIware™, RTI®,
Savant, Universal®, Xantech®
Shipping Carton Dimensions: L = 23” W = 11” H = 4.5”
Accessories: IR Remote Control, UL Cert. Power Supply
Regulation: CE, RoHS, WEEE
Enclosure: Black Metal
Product Weight: 6.5 lbs
Shipping Weight: 9.5 lbs
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.