RGB Spectrum Adds New Features to Its QuadView IPX and SuperView IPX Multiviewers
RGB Spectrum added new features to its QuadView IPX and SuperView IPX multiviewers, including more flexibility by addressing both local and remote video sources’ ability to access both local HDMI and remote IP signals.
RGB Spectrum says the QuadView IPX is a 4K multiviewer that allows users to display up to four video signals in customizable layouts on a single screen, aka “single pane of glass.”
The SuperView IPX offers similar capabilities, according to RGB Spectrum. It enables users to display up to seven video signals on a single screen. The company claims it shares all the features of the QuadView IPX, making it ideal for demanding mission-critical applications.
- 4K 60Hz input and output resolutions
- Flexible image resizing and placement options
- Customizable display layouts and presets
- Four HDMI 2.0 I/O ports
- H.264 and H.265 decoding and display capabilities
- Embedded architecture for heightened security
- Multiple control options, including browser-based GUI, Telnet, and RS-232
- TAA and BAA compliance
RGB Spectrum claims the QuadView IPX and SuperView IPX provide users the flexibility to mix and match input resolutions, scale any input up to 4K resolution and route any input to any window in customizable layouts. The company says this flexibility makes them “perfect” for 24/7 operations where reliability, security and ruggedness are paramount.
RGB Spectrum also says the new multiviewers are unique in their ability to display a combination of local baseband and remote IP video, with access over HDMI and LAN/WAN connections.
Both of the multiviewers are here: https://www.rgb.com/products/multiviewers.