Ocean Matrix Introduces New SDI and HDMI Converters

Ocean Matrix has introduced new SDI and HDMI converters that provide signal conversion in audio and video installations.

OMX-03HMHM0001 mini converter

OMX-03HMHM0001 mini converter

Ocean Matrix said the OMX-02MXSI0001 multiformat to SDI converter upscales composite, VGA, DVI and HDMI input signals to 3G-SDI or HD-SDI formats. It outputs two SDI signals simultaneously up to 328-feet for 3G-SDI and 656-feet for HD-SDI. The device supports SDI SMPTE 424M/425M and HD-SDI SMPTE 292M standards.

The compact OMX-03HMHM0001 mini converter eliminates HDCP incompatibility situations by changing an HDMI signal input with HDCP2.2 encryption to an HDMI HDCP1.4 signal output. It supports video resolutions up to 4K2K and audio PCM up to 192kHz.

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