Audio visual Extenders, AV Routing, Video Wall, MultiViewers and Matrix Switchers BY INTERWORLD ELECTRONICS
Interworld Electronics supplies a large
range of Audio Visual products to extend, switch and route multiple Audio
Visual sources to multiple screens or displays.
Transport visuals with Video
Audio Visual Extenders extend Video and
Audio signals up to 300m (1000 feet) via cat5/6/7 or upto 20kms over fiber. A
range of video formats including HDMI, DVI, HDTV, S-Video, Component YPbPr and
VGA can be extended along with Digital and Analogue audio signals.
Multiple visuals synchronised with
Video Splitters allow one video source
to be distributed to up to 16 monitors or high definition displays. Video
splitters support HDMI, S-Video, DVI and VGA signals as well as Digital and
Analogue audio signals. Combination Video Splitters with built-in
Extenders are also available
Visual integration with Video Matrix
Video Matrix Switches are designed to
simplify the task of routing video inputs from many AV sources to multiple displays
(projectors, monitors, etc).
Signals from up to 32 inputs and 132 outputs with a range of input sources can
be distributed to various output devices, in essence creating a 渕atrix
pattern of interconnection possibilities.
Suitable for applications such as Tourist Information, Department Store
Displays, Airport Security Video Systems
and Emergency Service Control Rooms.
Versatile reliability with Audio
Visual Extenders, Splitters and Switches
- Supported video and audio formats: HDMI, DVI,
VGA, HDTV, S-Video, Composite Video, Analogue and Digital (S/PDIF) Audio
- Supports for HDTV, LCD, TV and Computer
- Supported Resolutions: 480i (interlaced), 480p
(progressive), 720i, 720p, 1080i, and 1080p HDTV formats, up to 4K UHD
- Video output buffering to ensuring signal
- Support for CAT5 signal extenders
- Remote computer control
Matrix switches provide crisp and clear
images as if directly connected to the original source.
MultiViewers and Video Wall
Display 4 real time video inputs
simultaneously on one monitor in Quad, PiP, full screen or custom display
modes. Video Wall controllers requiring no software to drive up to 9 screens.