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From alpha to Omega

From alpha to Omega
AT-OME-ST31

From alpha to Omega

Atlona has unveiled three new products that will form its Omega Series. First is the AT-OME-TX21-WP-E, a 2-gang enclosure for EU and UK wall plate openings. It is a 2x1 HDBaseT switcher with HDMI and USB-C inputs and has been designed to work with the AT-HDVS-200-RX or AT-HDVS-SC-RX scaling receivers, the AT-UHD-EX-100CE-RX-PSE receiver and Atlona HDBaseT-equipped switchers. The enclosure has 4K UHD capability at 60Hz with 4:2:0 chroma subsampling. It has remotely powered PoE with an automatic input selection and automatic display control.

The other two products are the AT-OME-ST31 and AT-OME-SW32. The AT-OME-ST31 is a 3x1 switcher and HDBaseT transmitter with HDMI and USB-C inputs. It features mirrored HDMI and HDBaseT outputs. Video signals up to 4K/60 4:2:0 can be transmitted over HDBaseT up to 100m. All inputs and the local HDMI output support 4K HDR and 4K/60 4:4:4 at HDMI data rates up to 18Gbps. The AT-OME-ST31 is designed for use with Omega Series receivers and switchers, select HDVS Series receivers such as the AT-HDVS-SC-RX scaler, the AT-UHD-EX-100CE-RX receiver and other Atlona switchers with HDBaseT inputs.

The AT-OME-SW32 is a 3x2 matrix switcher with HDMI and USB-C inputs, and HDMI outputs. It supports 4K HDR and 4K/60 4:4:4 at HDMI data rates up to 18Gbps. Depending on the intended application, the AT-OME-SW32 can be set to specific switching modes that include mirrored outputs (default), one of the outputs fixed to an input or unrestricted matrix switching.

Both switchers are HDCP 2.2-compliant. The USB-C input is ideal for AV interfacing with newer Mac, Chromebook and Windows PCs, as well as smartphones and tablets. 4K downscaling to 1080 at 60Hz, 30Hz and 24Hz is available for one of the HDMI outputs (AT-OME-SW32) and for the HDMI output (AT-OME-ST31) when connected to an HD sink.



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