MuxLab's new HDMI/3G-SDI Dual Display rackmount solution.
MuxLab has just unveiled its new HDMI/3G-SDI Dual Display (model 500841), a rackmount solution that supports two independent 7-inch IPS LCD displays mounted on a three rack unit 19-inch rack.
The unit supports the input and loop-out of HDMI up to [email protected]0, SDI up to 3G-SDI, and composite video with audio.
MuxLab HDMI/3G-SDI Dual Display application diagram
One tri-color Tally light indicator is provided for each display, while customizable buttons allowing customers to tailor functionality to their needs. This includes advanced functions such as Center Marker, Safe Frames, Check Field, Focus Assist, Aspect Ratio, Image Flip, P2P, and Image Freeze. The Dual Display also supports analog audio L/R inputs for each display with audio 3.5mm jacks for audio-out headphone connections.
The ability to view two screens at a given time makes it easy for professionals to see and measure video performance from cameras and other video feeds while saving a significant amount of space.
MuxLab's solution is both convenient and flexible for commercial and industrial applications such as broadcast studios, film and television studios, IT departments and datacentres, AV testing environments (may be paired with 500830 & 500831 signal generator & analyzer), and general multi-display applications.
- Dual 7-inch IPS LCD displays
- Supports HDMI (1080p), 3G-SDI and CVBS with Audio
- Fits 19-inch rackmount @ 3 RU
- Tri-color Tally light indicator per display
- Supports Center Marker, Safe Frames, Check Field, Focus Assist, Aspect Ratio, Image Flip, P2P & Image Freeze
- Customizable buttons tailored to customer needs
- Supports firmware update via mini USB
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