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Kramer Electronics USA, Inc. - VS-1616DN-EM
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2x2 to 16x16 Modular 4K60 4:2:0 Multi Format Managed Digital Matrix Switcher

Model: VS-1616DN-EM
Part #: 28-701430
  • Kramer Core™ - flexible infrastructure conversion, copper, fiber or twisted pair - all can be used at the same time, according to input/output module selection
  • Matrix receives signals from compatible Kramer transmitters, automatically converts between available infrastructure options and sends the signals to compatible Kramer receivers
  • Maximum data rate - 10.2Gbps (3.4Gbps per graphic channel) when using compatible cards.
  • Kramer network support - automatic discovery through the network, FW upgrade management for matrix and cards, identify card type and location and indicate card status (module ID actual firmware versions)
  • Matrix switching, specified card features configuration (for example, volume levels on audio cards), Store and Recall of predefined switching scenarios, integrated Maestro automation, and more
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VS-1616DN-EM is a high-performance 2x2 to 16x16 4K at 60Hz (4:2:0) modular matrix switcher chassis for AV signals. The unit is a multi-format digital switcher, populated from 2x2 to 16x16 in increments of two inputs and/or two outputs. The chassis includes optional dual, redundant power supplies, a control module and a test module that can monitor and test any input and output in the matrix. VS-1616DN-EM 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
  • Matrix receives signals from compatible Kramer transmitters, automatically converts between available infrastructure options and sends the signals to compatible Kramer receivers
  • Maximum data rate - 10.2Gbps (3.4Gbps per graphic channel) when using compatible cards.
  • Kramer network support - automatic discovery through the network, FW upgrade management for matrix and cards, identify card type and location and indicate card status (module ID actual firmware versions)
  • Matrix switching, specified card features configuration (for example, volume levels on audio cards), Store and Recall of predefined switching scenarios, integrated Maestro automation, and more
  • HDTV Compatible
  • HDCP compliant - with DVI (HDCP), HDMI, F670, HDBaseT, HDMI with audio and DGKat modules
  • HDMI Support
  • Cables - for optimum range and performance, use recommended Kramer cables
  • Kramer equalization and re?clocking™ technology - rebuilds the digital signal to travel longer distances
  • Optional fast switching support - for fraction of a second switching
  • Modular and easily configurable platform - input or output module types can be mixed and added in increments of 2 from 2x2 up to 16x16
  • 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
  • Second power supply - redundant, hot-swappable (optional)
  • Modular cooling system - 2 easily replaceable, low-noise, hot-swappable fan racks
  • Flexible control options - front panel, IR remote (included), RS232 (K-Router™ Windows based software is included), Ethernet, mini USB port for communicating with unit and FW upgrade, in/out audio jacks for unit testing, and reset button for convenient un
  • Applications:
  • Professional display systems requiring video signal routing
  • Broadcast, presentation and production facilities, as well as monitoring in large duplication systems
  • Rental/staging applications