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Video Matrix Switch: Display Any Video or Audio Input on Any Video or Audio Output

An amalgamation of a video splitter and video switch results in a video matrix switch.
It allows multiple video and audio sources to be routed to multiple displays creating a matrix of interconnection possibilities.
Configurations can range from 2 x 2 to 64 x 64 patterns.
For even greater configurations, these switches can be cascaded.
Even though multiple inputs are routed to multiple outputs, signal integrity is maintained as every output is buffered from every input and the images are crisp and clear as though they were directly connected to the source.
Resolutions up to 1900 x 1200 are supported by this device.
The source selection can be done by using push button in front of the video matrix switcher, via infra red remote control, RS232 or via TCP/IP access.
Depending upon the type of video signals they support, these units are classified as CAT5 VGA and Audio matrix switch, Component matrix switch, composite matrix switch, DVI matrix switch, HDMI Matrix switch, VGA audio/video and Cat5 audio video switch or a Rackmount IP KVM Matrix Switch.
Not only do they differ in the types of video they support but also due to the type of cable used to secure the connections.
The connections can either be secured using standard UTP cables or via normal VGA cables.
The video unit eliminates the need to disconnect and reconnect the cables, it also avoids the unnecessary clutter associated with multiple cables.
Other features include plug and play functionality, requiring no additional software or device drivers for operation, multi platform support to almost all operating systems like Windows 2000, Windows XP, Linux, Mac and Sun.
Color, Contrast, Brightness, Sharpness, Level and Gain can all be adjusted using the On screen display menu.
Equipped with the necessary certifications from FCC, CE and RoHS, this device is equipped with 15-pin HD connectors that are used for all computer-video input and output connections.
Since it has a built in signal booster, flawless signals are transmitted making this device perfect for environments where multiple images need to be relayed across multiple screens.
Digital signage applications, information kiosks, remote monitoring and training facilities are all examples of the same.
It is in high demand these days because of its best results.
It can deliver better output.
As there is no need to use multiple wires and cabling it can lead to better quality and even better customer satisfaction.

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