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T# and Mi multiviewers go UHD

T# and Mi multiviewers go UHD
Mi-8 12G-UHD

T# and Mi multiviewers go UHD

The UHD outputs include a UHD output card for Apantac’s T# modular multi-format multiviewer series

Apantac’s T# and Mi multiviewers have been updated with the addition of UHD outputs. The manufacturer has cited ‘the wide adoption’ of the HDMI 2.0 interface in consumer displays leading to broadcast-quality multiviewers used with off-the-shelf displays becoming effective for a wide range of broadcast applications, hence the need for UHD outputs.

The HDMI 2.0 interface at 18Gbps allows signals to be viewed up to 4K/UHD 60Hz at 4:4:4 on HDMI 2.0-capable screens. The UHD outputs include a UHD output card for Apantac’s T# modular multi-format multiviewer series. As for the Mi series, the Mi-16-UHD is the UHD output version of the Mi-16 and the Mi-8 12G UHD is the UHD output version of the Mi-8 12G. The Mi-16-UHD and the Mi-8 12G-UHD multiviewers have the same feature sets as their HD counterparts, with the addition of HDMI 2.0 and 12G SDI outputs, as well as down-converted 1080p HDMI and 1080p/i SDI outputs. The multiviewer layout design incorporates predefined picture-in-picture (PiP) size, in addition to dual PiP with fully adjustable sizes up to full screen images.

Apantac has also released the OG-KVM-IP-Tx card, a solution for KVM-over-IP for openGear. Up to 10 OG-KVM-IP-Tx cards can be installed in a single openGear 2U chassis drawing on a single power supply, which can be redundant, instead of using individual transmission boxes for each of the sources. OG-KVM-IP-Tx cards also have a common configuration, control and monitoring interface via the openGear Dashboard software.

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