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Next-generation switching

Next-generation switching

Next-generation switching

Atlona has unveiled its next generation of AT-HDR-SW Series of HDMI switchers and matrix switchers. The three matrix switchers provide support for 4K/UHD video @ 60Hz with 4:4:4 chroma sampling, as well as HDMI data rates up to 18Gbps and support for high dynamic range (HDR) formats. All models offer a compact design for under-table mounting inside meeting and learning spaces. HDR-SW switchers and matrix switchers are suitable for a wide array of AV applications, including hospitality and retail displays; meeting rooms and various spaces for AV presentations; and educational AV systems. Each model has five HDMI inputs, with various outputs to help systems integrators and end users choose the ideal configuration for their application requirements.

The AT-HDR-SW-51 (one HDMI output) is suitable for conference rooms and meeting spaces and can also feed larger, multizone distribution platforms such as Atlona’s OmniStream AV over IP systems. The AT-HDR-SW-52 (two HDMI outputs) can be used in presentation spaces where two displays are needed and can feed separate content into dual, side-by-side presentation displays. The AT-HDR-SW-52ED (matrixed HDMI and HDBaseT outputs) offers the same benefits and features as the HDR-SW-52 but its HDBaseT output transmits video, embedded audio and Ethernet over distances up to 100m and pairs with the AT-HDR-EX-100CEA-RX receiver. The HDR-SW-52ED can also serve a lectern-installed confidence monitor inside auditoriums and lecture halls alongside the main projector.

The HDR-SW Series have also been designed with EDID management features, automatic input switching and HDCP 2.2 compliance. Additionally, 4K downscaling to 1080p at 60Hz, 30Hz or 24Hz is available when connected to an HD display. All three models can de-embed audio from an HDMI input to S/PDIF or balanced analogue audio outputs, and are controllable via Ethernet, RS-232 and IR.

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