InfoComm 2016 Tech News: tvONE Introduces New 4K Multiviewer & Flexible Control Panel
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ERLANGER, KY – tvONE (www.tvone.com), a leading designer and manufacturer of cutting-edge video and multimedia processing equipment, introduces two new product offerings, the 1T-MV-8474 4K Multiviewer & 1T-CL-322-US Control Panel at InfoComm in Las Vegas (booth C6818).
The 1T-MV-8474 4K Multiviewer, the latest product in tvONE’s range of 4K enabled products, can display up to four video windows simultaneously via sixteen different fixed layouts, which can be recalled to present content in a variety of combinations. This could vary from a straight forward Quad split, Picture-In-Picture, Triple, Side-By-Side, Full screen or something more complex with multiple layers.
The 1T-MV-8474 is an extremely flexible Multiviewer and a very capable Presentation Switcher making it a good fit for many different user applications. It has seven inputs – 4x HDMI, 2x DisplayPort, 1x VGA/YPbPr supporting resolutions up to 3840×2160@30 on HDMI and 3840×2160@60 via DisplayPort. It is complimented by seven independent stereo analog inputs which can be assigned and embedded into any of the video streams. It also offers a single scaled HDMI output capable of supporting resolutions up to 3840×2160@30.
The 1T-CL-322-US Control Panel is an easy to use, cost effective Ethernet based solution for system automation and remote control. It is designed to be highly flexible but simple to install for both experienced system integrators and the smart home user.
The control panel consists of 16 LED backlit buttons, each programmable for either a single function or for recalling a sequence of commands in a macro. Each macro can be executed with a single button push, recalling up to 16 of the 128 stored commands, allowing the user to create and easily recall complex scenes or presets.
Programming and configuration of the 1T-CL-322-US is done through a simple but flexible WebUI, allowing the administrator to manage the control panels functions remotely across a network. A panel emulator allows the programmer to verify functionality and remote system control in real time, this can also be useful for remote system management.
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