Magenta Research’s MultiView K-500 TD and K-500 TDC Cat-5 Twin-display Video Receivers

Magenta Research’s two latest products bring additional versatility and functionality to the MultiView series by introducing twin-display options
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Magenta Research’s MultiView K-500 TD and K-500 TDC Cat-5 Twin-display Video Receivers

Dec 21, 2006 8:00 AM

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Based on AK500 receiver technology, Magenta Research’s two latest products bring additional versatility and functionality to the MultiView series by introducing twin-display options. The K-500 TD receiver has the ability to take a single video and L/R summed audio input and pass those signals to a pair of outputs, while the K-500 TDC goes one step further and allows users to daisy-chain twin-display receivers (up to 12 receivers can be linked). A common application example is back-to-back displays in a retail environment. Using the K-500 TDC and TD receivers saves space, installation time, and capital expense.

Both the K-500 TD and K-500 TDC offer QXGA resolution (2048x1536) at 500ft. at 70Hz and can be configured for any type of analog video by using an external switch. External power supply sold separately.

Specifications
Cable required: Cat-5, Cat-5e, Cat-6 shielded or unshielded twisted pair
Compatible skew-free cables: Belden 7987P/R, Gepco LSK 04
Video support: QVGA, VGA, SVGA, XGA, SXGA, UXGA, RGBHV, RGB, composite (NTSC, PAL, SECAM), S-Video, component video, widescreen modes, HDTV modes
Maximum recommended resolution and refresh rate: 2048x1536 at 70Hz
Connectors: (2) 3.5mm (audio out), (2) HD15 F (video out), (1) RJ-45 (Cat-5 in), (1) RJ- 45 (Cat-5 out) [K-500 TDC only]
Enclosure: Powder-coated steel (Galvanneal process)
Power: +5VDC at 1200mA (max)
Consumption: 6W (max)
Size: 0.95"x4.15"x3.8"(HxWxD)
MTBF: 100,000 hours
Weight: 0.6lb.
Compliance: EMC; CE; FCC Class A ; Immunities: EN61000 Temperature tolerance: 32° to 104° F (operating); -4° to +140° F (storage)

For more information, visit www.magenta-research.com.

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