Interworld Electronics releases new video converters and extenders via optical fibre cable

Interworld Electronics has introduced new converters/extenders via optical
fibre cable to its popular line of video converters.

The new models include VGA to DVI, component video to DVI, S-Video/composite
video to DVI and 3G-SDI video to DVI. The new video converters/extenders are
ideal for digital signage applications. The converters/extenders convert video
into a DVI signal that can be extended to a distance of up to 500 metres away using
single-strand multimode SC fibre optic cable.

The converter/extender system has two components: the
converter/transmitter, which connects to the video source and also supplies
video to a local monitor that supports the video source type; and an optional
ST-1FODVI-R-SC500M receiver compatible with all three converters and connecting
to a remote DVI monitor. The units are interconnected by a single-strand
multimode (50-micron or 62.5-micron) SC fibre optic cable.

The VGA-DVI-FOSC VGA to DVI converter/extender converts analogue VGA
into a digital DVI signal and supports resolutions to 1920×1200 (WUXGA).

The CMP-DVI-FOSC component video to DVI converter/extender converts
component video into a DVI signal and supports resolutions to 1080p.

The SVCV-DVI-FOSC S-Video/composite video to DVI converter/extender converts
S-Video or composite video into a DVI signal and supports resolutions to
1280×1024.

The 3GSDI-DVI-FOSC 3GT-SDI to DVI converter/extender converts
3G-SDI/HD-SDI/SD-SDI video signals to DVI video.

Ideal for digital signage solutions, the
converters/extenders allow the user to convert video signals into digital DVI
and locate a remote monitor up to 500 metres away.

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