The Calibre 4K QuadVision HDMI 4K scaler-switcher with multiviewer and matrix output modes is designed for a broad range of applications including control rooms, videoconferencing, collaboration spaces, boardrooms, education, eSports and gaming. The 4K QuadVision provides a highly capable solution for environments that need the ability to manage multiple images, but for which a fully-featured scaler-switcher would not be cost-effective.
“Our new 4K QuadVision scaler-switcher is an excellent example of how Calibre is increasingly becoming a solutions provider,” said Willy Tsai, Managing Director at Calibre UK. “Our goal is that, whatever the project, Calibre will be able to deliver a compelling solution – we’ll become a one-stop shop for our customers’ image processing needs, delivering the outstanding quality that they have come to expect from Calibre.”
With support for 4K@60 4:4:4 video and HDMI bandwidth of 600MHz, the 4K QuadVision is compliant with HDCP1.X/2.2. It provides four HDMI2.0 input ports and two HDMI output ports, together with a balanced stereo output. Its multiviewer output is characterised by its flexibility, with example options including four screens of equal size; three smaller screens with a ‘master’ screen; two screens side-by-side; or a single screen with picture-in-picture.
As well as providing front panel control, the 4K QuadVision provides an RJ45 port for IP/remote control via a browser which provides a broad range of management functionality. An RS232 port is also featured.
Calibre QuadVision was recently shown at InfoComm SEA.
The 4K QuadVision is both light in weight (3.4kgs) and compact (438mm x 49mm x 276mm), making it suitable for deployment in confined spaces. It is housed in a black aluminium chassis, and consumes only 27.5W of power.
“With its flexible functionality, excellent performance, simplicity of installation, the 4K QuadVision scaler-switcher is an ideal choice for a wide range of environments and applications that require the highest quality images at an affordable price,” said Tsai.
Multi-award-winning British company Calibre is a pioneer in image processing technology. Over the past 30 years, it has achieved world recognition with the Queen’s Award for Enterprise and was one of the designated brands for video processing in the Olympic Games. Calibre is a market leader with innovation, providing image scaling and processing technology for use in broadcast and television, large venue projection and LED videowalls. Calibre became part of Coretronic Corporation in August 2017, which is a milestone in the global chain of the Coretronic Group. Coretronic will continue expanding its international market share, cultivating the industry’s best talent, innovating in technology and providing each customer with added value. www.calibreuk.com