Apantac Launches HDMI 2.0 Multiviewer for 4K/UHD

All TAHOMA Multiviewers provide capabilities for full audio support, dynamic UMD and tallies, advanced on-screen display of borders, tally, clock, logos, as well as Ethernet connection for full configuration and external control.

Apantac is adding to its already expansive range of Multiviewers. At the 2018 NAB Show, Apantac will demonstrate its new TAHOMA UE Series of Multiviewers. The UE is an HDMI 2.0 Multiviewer for 4K/UHD visual monitoring environments.

This new series accepts four or eight HDMI 2.0 inputs, delivers 1 or 2 HDMI and 12G outputs and multiple units can be cascaded together to expand the I/O. The UE supports 4K and 1080P input and output formats. For enhanced flexibility, the eight-input version of the UE Series can be configured to work as an 8x1 or a 4x2 Multiviewer.

One of the unique features for the TAHOMA UE is the optional KVM function. When the KVM function is installed, multiple computers connected to the UE can be controlled via a single mouse and keyboard. Users simply move the mouse from window to window to switch the control from one computer to another.

The TX# is a modular Multiviewer with 64x64 router outputs, the first of its kind available to the market.

The TX# is a modular Multiviewer with 64x64 router outputs, the first of its kind available to the market.

TAHOMA TX# (Sharp)

Apantac’s newest and most advanced member of the TAHOMA Series of Multiviewers, It offers 64 router outputs, 16 unique fully featured, assignable and independent multiviewers. It comes standard with 3G/HD/SD-SDI and composite inputs and 3G/HD-SDI outputs. The modular approach allows the user to choose optional HDMI, ST-2022/2010 (video over IP) and SDI over fiber inputs or outputs. 12G and HDMI 2.0 options will soon be available.

The TX# is a showcase in true Multiviewer flexibility, giving facilities a high-quality visualization and monitoring solution for broadcast master control playout, command centers and other similar operation and situation centers. Its reliable hardware modular architecture and configuration software ensures that the solution is ideal for mission-critical applications.

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