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Switchers and Matrix Switchers MS51AP


Scaling Presentation switcher


• 3 HDMI Inputs • 2 VGA/Analogue Inputs • All inputs scaled to HDMI and HDBaseT Outputs • External Audio Inputs • Mic/Line Input with 48V • Scaling from 1024 x 768 to 1920 x 1200 • Output Freeze function • EDID Management


Apollo 4K Multi-Format Seamless Matrix Viewer


• HDCP Management • Auto-switch mode • RS232 Control • Front panel Control • Infra-red Control • Rack mountable with RB01 brackets • Includes HDBT-70-PR Receiver • Data rate 4.95 Gbps


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The SY Apollo 4K is an advanced HD/UHD Multi-format Matrix Viewer, designed for handling and control of multiple video input signals from 480i to 1920 x 1200 WUXGA HD video sources including 1080P and to be displayed in full–screen, dual-view, tri-view and quad-view on a HD or 4K UHD display. Most common analogue, digital video and audio inputs are supported as signal sources including AV (composite video), YPbPr (component), VGA and HDMI.


The Apollo 4K supports three main modes of operation: 1. 4K UHD Quad Video Processor 2. Full HD Multi-View Video Processor 3. Seamless 4 x 2 Matrix Switcher


The Apollo 4K+s powerful graphic engine enables the three modes of operation to allow multiple combinations of use. For example: Output 1


Output 2


4K Quad Split 2K Quad Split 4K Quad Split 2K Quad Split 2K Quad Split


Single Switched Source Single Switched Source Multi-View


4K Quad Split 4K Quad Split


Single Switched Source 2K Quad Split


Single Switched Source 4K Quad Split


Single Switched Source Multi-View


As a multi-format seamless matrix the Apollo 4K+ will switch instantly between any of the 4 input groups with each group having a preset input type. Switching between any of the non preset group inputs will not be seamless and the Apollo 4K will be a 16 x 2 multi-format presentation matrix switcher. With the Apollo 4K in 4K UHD Quad mode, one or both HDMI outputs will include 4 x full HD signals that will be visible on the 4K display and each of the four full HD signals is presented pixel for pixel on the 4K UHD display without any down scaling or degradation.


For more advanced applications the Apollo 4K+ can be easily cascaded to create large and easy to control seamless switching or Multi-View system environments of almost any size. The Apollo 4K+ is fitted with two HDMI output ports for showing the Multi-View image on two independently controllable HD channels simultaneously.


The Apollo 4K is HDCP compliant and features full EDID management for both VGA and HDMI connections.


Audio on the Apollo 4K is selected from the group sources and switched to the HDMI and de-embedded analogue outputs.


Software is supplied to allow full configuration of the Matrix, Quad and Multi- View modes along with EDID management, Preset storage and IP settings.


The Apollo 4K+ is a powerful Video Graphics Processor in a 1U Rack-mount chassis, with low power consumption of less than 20W. Each Multi-view window parameter is completely customizable including layer priority, window positions, window size, background transparency, border colour and border pixel width.


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