MSolutions To Showcase MS-TestPro AV Test Device, Unveil New Camera at ISE 2022

MSolutionsMSolutions will come to ISE 2022 to exhibit in space 2P200. MSolutions will show its all-in-one MS-TestPro AV test device (MS104B) and also unveil a range of PTZ cameras and signal extenders built for meeting and learning spaces of all sizes.

“We are problem-solvers focused on helping our customers test the integrity of video and audio signals, as well as AV and IP cabling and infrastructure,” said Eliran Toren, CEO, MSolutions. “Our experience working with high-speed, high-bandwidth infrastructure also gives us a unique perspective on how to efficiently navigate signal management and connectivity requirements in today’s IT collaboration rooms.”

MSolutions’ MS-TestPro now offers 8K 48Gpbs qualification for HDMI cables. The company says field technicians can run full compatibility and perform sweep tests with near-immediate results by adding MSolutions HCT (HDMI Cable Tester) module to the tester, verifying if the connected HDMI cables can support ultra-high-speed transfer. MS-TestPro users can also test ultra-high-speed uncompressed infrastructure and confirm HDBaseT Spec 3.0 compatibility by adding MSolutions’ DCR (DC Resistance) module to the tester. The DCR module offers a detailed analysis of the results along with a simple pass/fail test to quickly confirm Spec 3.0 compliance of the AV infrastructure. This includes long-distance, high-bandwidth (18Gbps) distribution of uncompressed video and audio.

MSolutions will also unveil a new 4K camera with a built-in microphone at ISE. MSolutions will demonstrate how the camera can be used with its new MS-6U41 USB Extender set to eliminate signal degradation. The MS-6U41 is one of the first extenders to incorporate USB-C support for high-bandwidth signal transport.

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MSolutions will also announce a new strategic partnership closer to the show that unveils an exciting new business model for its MS-TestPro device. The partnership will provide new and existing customers with several new options for usage and purchasing.