The VS−1616D is a high−performance matrix switcher chassis for AV signals. The unit is modular and populated from 2×2 to 16×16 in increments of two inputs and/or two outputs. The chassis includes a power supply, control module and a test module that can monitor and test any input and output in the matrix. VS−1616D supports a wide variety of input and output cards for different AV signals.
Kramer Core™ — FLEXIBLE INFRASTRUCTURE CONVERSION! Copper, Fiber or Twisted Pair — all can be used at the same time, according to input/output module selection. The matrix receives signals from compatible Kramer transmitters, automatically converts between available infrastructure options and sends the signals to compatible Kramer receivers. Kramer Core™ solution is the ultimate in versatility!
Max. Data Rate — 10.2Gbps (3.4Gbps per graphic channel) when using compatible cards.
HDCP Compliant — With DVI (HDCP), HDMI, F670, HDBaseT, HDMI with audio and DGKat modules.
Kramer Equalization & re‑Klocking™ Technology — Rebuilds the digital signal to travel longer distances.
Optional Fast Switching Support — For fraction of a second switching.
Modular & Easily Configurable Platform — Input or output module types can be mixed and added in increments of 2 from 2×2 up to 16×16.
Protocol 3000 Support.
Flexible Configuration — To disable HDCP support and convert between HDMI and DVI.
Default EDID — For each input.
EDID Capture — Copies and stores the EDID from a display device.
Take Button — Executes multiple switches all at once.
Memory Locations — Stores multiple switches as presets to be recalled and executed as needed.
Test Pattern Module — With 4 output resolutions for troubleshooting video problems and additional monitor port with audio embedding and de–embedding.
Front Panel Lockout.
Flexible Control Options — Front panel, IR remote, RS–232, Ethernet, K–Router Plus™ software application.
Worldwide Power Supply — 100–240V AC.
Standard 19” Rack Mount Size — 4U rack ears included.
Professional display systems requiring video signal routing
Broadcast, presentation and production facilities, as well as monitoring in large duplication systems