Delta Displays Launches Distributive Control System

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Delta Products today launched what it’s calling the Distributive Vision Control System (DVCS) product line, which is designed to capture, distribute, control and display signals in large control room applications. Delta says DVCS can support over 10,000 sources and displays, with the content distributed and controlled using industry-standard protocols through standard CAT5 cables.

The Delta DVCS includes input processors, which capture RGB and video signals from a range of input sources including computers and video cameras. It then transmits the source material over the IP network via a 100/1000M Ethernet switch using standard CAT5 cabling and displays them via DVCS output display processors. All RGB and video signals are captured, processed, transmitted and displayed in digital format — thus everything input is converted to a digital signal.
Supporting resolutions up to 102,400×7,680 (no, that’s not a misprint), Delta’s SRIS (Super Resolution Image Software) is a user application software solution that helps to create a dynamic image based on the MS Windows Server 2008 (64-bit) platform. Delta’s Multichannel IP Streams Software (IPSS) is compatible with various IP camera models and coding formats, including MPEG-2, MPEG-4, H.264, MJPEG and Wavelet.
Other features include:
  • IP video streaming
  • Support for up to 16-CH QCIF decoding of IP streams per client
  • Support for resolutions ranging from QCIF to HD
  • Compatibility with various IP camera models and coding formats
  • High compression for superior image quality and maximum bandwidth efficiency
  • 1000M Base-T network

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