At InfoComm, AMX introduced Enova, a system that converts analog and digital video and control. Conceptually similar to both Crestron’s DigitalMedia (introduced at last year’s InfoComm) and Extron’s new XTP system, Enova combines all the components necessary to control and automate an environment, including multi-format inputs, video switching, transcoding and scaling, local and remote distribution, plus audio mixing and amplification in one box. Running through AMX’s Enova DGX 16 or Enova DGX 32, AMX’s digital matrix switchers with 16 and 32 inputs/outputs, respectively, Enova offers end-to-end distribution of analog or digital signals, including HDMI with HDCP, control, Ethernet and power up to 100 meters over a single Cat5 cable.
For more information on Enova, click here: http://www.amx.com/enova/default.asp
Editor’s Note: In our rAVe Best of InfoComm awards issue last month, we incorrectly said that Enova required two Cat5 cables, but it only requires one. We regret the error.