KMU-100 UltraHD to HD Multiviewer Converter from Datavideo
The basic concept is straightforward: The output of a single 4K/UHD camera is connected to KMU-100, which then displays up to four 16x9 user-defined cropped windows that are sent out as four separate HD signals through HD-SDI.
These user defined windows can be scaled to zoom in on a particular subject that you would like to highlight on the 4K signal. An additional 4K camera could be connected to allow up to eight defined outputs from the two 4K signals.
As an option, the Datavideo RMC-180 camera controller can be added to easily pan, tilt, and zoom to create the user defined windows on the 4K signal.
You can set up shots in advance and save them as presets, or you can do it in real-time.
As an option, the Datavideo RMC-185 camera controller can be added to easily pan, tilt, and zoom to create the user defined windows on the 4K signal
More information can be found in the User Manual below:
Features • UltraHD to HD Multiviewer Converter
• 2 x 4K / UltraHD inputs
• 8 x HD outputs
(Optional RMC-180 can be used to control, pan, tilt and zoom to reate the user defined windows on the 4K signal)
• Quad SDI, 6G-SDI or 12G-SDI
• HDMI 2.0 Video Input with Support for 2160p60
• Display Port Video Input with Support for 2160p60
• SDI Audio Input (16 Channels)
• Blackburst or TriSync
• 8 x 3G-SDI
• 2x HDMI 1.4
• SDI Audio Output (16 Channels)
• Computer Interface:
• Ethernet RJ45 for Control Configuration and Updates (for Laptop)
• RS-232 / RS-422 x 1
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
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- 12 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 1 months
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