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Number of Inputs:

Video Inputs: Standard(s):

Video Inputs: Format(s):

Horizontal Scan Rate:

Number of Outputs:

Video Outputs: Standard(s):

Video Outputs: Format(s):

Resolution(s):

Multiple Display Options:

Power:

Mounting:

Image Controls:

Time / Date Stamping?

Front Control Panel?

Multilingual Programming?

Remote Control Support?

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Video Inputs
   Number of Inputs       Maximum number of simultaneous video signal inputs from cameras, recorders, etc. 
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   Standard(s)       
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   NTSC       The National Television System Committee (NTSC) 525-line color-television standard used in North America and Japan. Approximately 480 lines hold image information and the remaining lines contain synchronization, time delay, and other encoded information such as closed caption text. The standard frame rate is 30 frames per second. 
   3.58/4.43 NTSC       This input is a version of the NTSC standard. 
   PAL       Phase alternate line, the European 625-line, 25-frame per second color-television standard. This modification of the NTSC system is used with the CCIR video norm. The phase of the color carrier is shifted 180° every image line, making the PAL system not as sensitive to color signal phase distortion. It provides somewhat lower vertical resolution than the NTSC system and requires complex processing equipment. 
   SECAM       SEquential Color And Memory, translated from the French SEquential couleur aver memoire (SECAM) is a composite color transmission system where color difference signals are transmitted on two separate lines. Memory is required to obtain both color difference signals for color decoding. This system is used in France and many east European, African, and Asian countries. 
   RS 170       RS 170 is the standard black and white video format used in the United States (525 lines, 30 frames per second). It was originally defined by the Electronic Industry Association (EIA) standards organization for use in North America, Japan, and select other parts of the world. The EIA standard defines only the monochrome picture component, but is mainly used with NTSC or PAL color encoding standards. 
   RS 330       RS 330 is a standard recommended by EIA for signals generated by closed-circuit TV cameras scanned at 525 lines, 60 frames per second, and interlaced 2:1. The standard is similar to RS 170, but H-sync pulses are absent during V-sync. Equalizing pulses are not required and may be added optionally during the V-blanking interval. This standard is also used for color television station electrical signals. 
   HDTV       High definition is a digital video image having at least two times the resolution of standard NTSC or PAL video. The HDTV aspect ratio is 16:9. (Analog TV has a ratio of 4:3.) The FCC is close to establishing a broadcast standard for HDTV. The SMPTE has proposed a high-definition television production standard consisting of 1125 lines, 2:1 interlace, 60 Hz field (30 fps), a 16:9 aspect ratio and 30 MHz RGB and luminance bandwidth. 
   CCIR       Comité Consultatif International des Radio Communications (CCIR), or International Radio Consultative Committee is an international committee that sets and governs video signal standards. It merged with the ITU and became the ITU-R radio communications division. 
   Other       Other unlisted video format. 
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   Format(s)       
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   RGB       RGB video output is where red, green, and blue image components are transmitted as separate signals over three separate wires, allowing for full bandwidth for each component.  Different synchronization methods are available for RGB. 
   Y PbPr       Component video format in which three signals Y, R-Y, and B-Y, are transmitted via separate cables.  
   Y/C (S-Video)       S-Video or Y/C outputs contain two separate signals, luminance (Y) and color (C) transmitted on two separate cables. The C color component is modulated on the same 3.58 MHz subcarrier as it would be for an NTSC output, but the bandwidth is not limited as it must be for composite output. 
   Composite       Composite output format contains the red, green and blue components of the color (C) encoded or compressed, then superimposed on the luminance (Y) on a single signal. The RGB signals are decoded and reconstructed for image display, but the bandwidth limiting of the signal compression limits the subsequent color faithfulness. 
   DVI       Digital visual interface (DVI) is a digital interface standard created by the Digital Display Working Group (DDWG) to convert analog signals into digital signals to accommodate both analog and digital monitors. 
   SDI       Serial digital interface (SDI) accepts standard digital input. 
   Other       Other unlisted color output format. 
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   Horizontal Scan Rate       Horizontal scan rate is the length of time an electron gun takes to move across one line (horizontal) of the screen. It is measured as the frequency at which horizontal sync pulses start the horizontal retrace for each line. A high frequency is needed for a non-interlaced scan. The horizontal sync frequency for NTSC is 15.75 KHz. 
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Video Outputs
   Number of Outputs:       Maximum number of video signal outputs to monitors, recorders, etc. 
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   Standard(s)       
   Your choices are...         
   NTSC       The National Television System Committee (NTSC) 525-line color-television standard used in North America and Japan. Approximately 480 lines hold image information and the remaining lines contain synchronization, time delay, and other encoded information such as closed caption text. The standard frame rate is 30 frames per second. 
   3.58/4.43 NTSC       This input is a version of the NTSC standard. 
   PAL       Phase alternate line, the European 625-line, 25-frame per second color-television standard. This modification of the NTSC system is used with the CCIR video norm. The phase of the color carrier is shifted 180° every image line, making the PAL system not as sensitive to color signal phase distortion. It provides somewhat lower vertical resolution than the NTSC system and requires complex processing equipment. 
   SECAM       SEquential Color And Memory, translated from the French SEquential couleur aver memoire (SECAM) is a composite color transmission system where color difference signals are transmitted on two separate lines. Memory is required to obtain both color difference signals for color decoding. This system is used in France and many east European, African, and Asian countries. 
   RS 170       RS 170 is the standard black and white video format used in the United States (525 lines, 30 frames per second). It was originally defined by the Electronic Industry Association (EIA) standards organization for use in North America, Japan, and select other parts of the world. The EIA standard defines only the monochrome picture component, but is mainly used with NTSC or PAL color encoding standards. 
   RS 330       RS 330 is a standard recommended by EIA for signals generated by closed-circuit TV cameras scanned at 525 lines, 60 frames per second, and interlaced 2:1. The standard is similar to RS 170, but H-sync pulses are absent during V-sync. Equalizing pulses are not required and may be added optionally during the V-blanking interval. This standard is also used for color television station electrical signals. 
   CCIR       Comité Consultatif International des Radio Communications (CCIR), or International Radio Consultative Committee is an international committee that sets and governs video signal standards. It merged with the ITU and became the ITU-R radio communications division. 
   HDTV       High definition is a digital video image having at least two times the resolution of standard NTSC or PAL video. The HDTV aspect ratio is 16:9. (Analog TV has a ratio of 4:3.) The FCC is close to establishing a broadcast standard for HDTV. The SMPTE has proposed a high-definition television production standard consisting of 1125 lines, 2:1 interlace, 60 Hz field (30 fps), a 16:9 aspect ratio and 30 MHz RGB and luminance bandwidth. 
   Other       Other unlisted video format. 
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   Format(s)       
   Your choices are...         
   RGB       RGB video output is where red, green, and blue image components are transmitted as separate signals over three separate wires, allowing for full bandwidth for each component.  Different synchronization methods are available for RGB. 
   Y PbPr       Component video format in which three signals Y, R-Y, and B-Y, are transmitted via separate cables.  
   Y/C (S-Video)       S-Video or Y/C outputs contain two separate signals, luminance (Y) and color (C) transmitted on two separate cables. The C color component is modulated on the same 3.58 MHz subcarrier as it would be for an NTSC output, but the bandwidth is not limited as it must be for composite output. 
   Composite       Composite output format contains the red, green and blue components of the color (C) encoded or compressed, then superimposed on the luminance (Y) on a single signal. The RGB signals are decoded and reconstructed for image display, but the bandwidth limiting of the signal compression limits the subsequent color faithfulness. 
   DVI       Digital visual interface (DVI) is a digital interface standard created by the Digital Display Working Group (DDWG) to convert analog signals into digital signals to accommodate both analog and digital monitors. 
   SDI       Serial digital interface (SDI) accepts standard digital input. 
   Other       Other unlisted color output format. 
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   Resolution(s)       
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   640 x 480 (VGA)       Video graphics array (VGA) is a PC video display circuit and adapter that support text and graphics. Text is supported at a maximum resolution of 80x25 characters in 16 colors. Graphics are supported at a maximum resolution of 320x200 pixels in 256 colors, or 640x480 pixels in 16 colors. 
   800 x 600 (SVGA)       Super video graphics array (SVGA) is a set of graphics standards designed to offer greater resolution than VGA. There are several varieties of SVGA, each providing a different resolution. All SVGA standards support a palette of 16 million colors, but the number of colors that can be displayed simultaneously is limited by the amount of video memory installed in a system. One SVGA system might display only 256 simultaneous colors, while another displays the entire palette of 16 million colors. A consortium of monitor and graphics manufacturers called VESA develops the SVGA standards. 
   1024 x 768 (XGA)       Extended graphics array (XGA) is a high-resolution graphics standard introduced by IBM in 1990. XGA was designed to replace the older 8514/A video standard. It provides the same resolutions (640 by 480 or 1024 by 768 pixels), but supports more simultaneous colors (65 thousand compared to 8514/A's 256 colors). XGA also allows monitors to be non-interlaced. 
   1280 x 1024 (SXGA)       Super extended graphics array (SXGA) is a set of graphic standards designed to provide higher resolution than XGA. SXGA provides a resolution of 1280 x 1024 pixels, greater than XGAs 1024 x 768 pixels. Like XGA, SXGA can display more than 16 million colors and can support 65 thousand colors simultaneously. 
   1600 x 1200 (UXGA)       Ultra extended graphics array (UXGA) is a set of graphic standards designed to provide higher resolution than either XGA or SXGA. UXGA provides a resolution of 1600 x 1200 pixels. As with XGA and SXGA, UXGA can display more than 16 million colors and can support 65 thousand colors simultaneously. 
   Other       Other unlisted, proprietary or specialized display resolution. 
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   Multiple Display Options       
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   Picture-in-Picture (PIP)       Picture-in-picture display shows two images, typically one inside the other. 
   Quad       Quad display shows four images, typically tiled two-by-two. 
   Nine       This display option shows nine images, typically tiled three-by-three. 
   Sixteen       This display option shows sixteen images, typically tiled four-by-four. 
   Other       Any unlisted multiple image format. 
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Other Specifications
   Power       
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   115 VAC       The multiplexer is powered with 115 AC voltage. 
   230 VAC       The multiplexer is powered with 230 AC voltage. 
   Other VAC       Other unlisted AC voltage. 
   DC       The multiplexer is powered with DC voltage. 
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   Mounting       
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   Desktop / Stand-alone       The video multiplexer design is benchtop or floor-standing with full casing or cabinet and integral interface. 
   Panel / Chassis Mount       This type of video multiplexer is designed to be bolted onto a wall, or into a cabinet or enclosure. 
   Rack Mount       The video multiplexer is rack-mounted, such as in a standard 19" rack. 
   DIN Rail       The video multiplexer is designed with features for mounting on a standard DIN rail. 
   Other       Other unlisted mounting configuration. 
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   Image Controls       
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   Scaling       Scaling refers to the reduction or enlargement of an image or video sequence by squeezing or stretching the entire image to a smaller or larger image resolution. 
   Positioning       Positioning is the ability to exactly position an image or frame. 
   Overlay       Overlays are edits in which existing video, audio, or both are positioned on top of other material. 
   Genlock       In genlock systems, the device's internal sync generator locks on to and synchronizes itself with an incoming signal. 
   Zoom       Zoom refers to the enlarging or minimizing of an image on a computer monitor to facilitate ease of viewing and accurate editing. 
   Saturation       Saturation represents the amount of gray in proportion to the hue, measured as a percentage from 0% (gray) to 100% (fully saturated). The color information of a video signal comprises hue (phase angle) and saturation (amplitude). 
   Contrast       Contrast is the range of difference between the lightest and darkest values of a picture, or maximum and minimum brightness values. 
   Brightness       Brightness is the intensity of a color as determined on a scale from black (no brightness) to white (maximum brightness). The combination of brightness, hue, and saturation determines the appearance of the colors of a polychromatic image, whereas the brightness alone determines the appearance of a monochromatic image's color. 
   Freeze       Freeze is a technique in which a particular frame of video is held onscreen. Sometimes the audio portion of the scene continues playing. 
   Other       Other unlisted or proprietary types of image control. 
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Features
   Time / Date Stamping?       Recorded video carries time and date information. 
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   Front Control Panel?       The video multiplexer has easily accessible controls for functions such as zooming, brightness, and contrast. 
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   Multilingual Programming?       The video multiplexer features programming or menu selections in a variety of languages. 
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   Remote Control Support       The device has a port used for remote control. This feature is important for system integration. The remote control can be an IR system, a serial (RS 232) interface, or any other suitable type. 
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