Apantac To Show 4K to Display Port 1.2 Converter

Apantac, provider of multiviewers, video walls, extenders, and signal processing solutions, is launching its new 4K to Display Port 1.2 Converter.

The Micro-4K-DP provides an affordable solution for viewing 4K/UHD content at 4K/UHD resolution on monitors and projectors that use Display Port 1.2 (DP 1.2). Display Port is an alternative display interface to HDMI.

The new converter, part of Apantac’s Crescent line of signal processing solutions accepts four 3G-SDI signals from professional 4K/QFHD @ 50/59.94/60 Hz equipment and is an ideal solution for 4K /UHD production applications. This unit can also be used as a simple fixed Quad-Split.

Currently, Display Port 1.2 is the only monitor interface supporting 4096/3840 x 2160 resolution at 50/59.94/60 Hz frame rates and 4:4:4/4:2:2, in 8 and 10 bits sampling. Several cost effective UHD monitors with DP 1.2 interface are now available on the market.

The Micro-4K-DP Converter is ideal for a vast variety of professional audiovisual applications, including; live events, rental & staging, video wall applications, multiviewer applications, 4K production, as well as many other monitoring and conversion applications.

Apantac is exhibiting at the 2015 NAB Show in booth N60060.

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