Matrix Switching System The V2040 has the ability to accommodate as many as 1,024 video inputs by 128 video outputs and is for
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Matrix Switching System


The V2040 has the ability to accommodate as many as 1,024 video inputs by 128 video outputs and is for large security systems that need room for growth. The V2040 features a high-density, modular architecture that allows for easy installation, operation, and expansion. It also provides Ethernet system control and networking capabilities. Multibuilding applications can be controlled through an Ethernet network with improved hierarchy functions.
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The SP-46d (pictured) and XP-56d are bright enough to present in most rooms with the lights on and the shades up. The SP-46d offers 1,500 ANSI lumens, and the XP-56d facets 1,400 ANSI lumens. Both projectors weigh 6 pounds and feature picture-in- picture, digital keystone adjustment, automatic signal synchronization, and a laser pointer remote. In addition, the XP-56d has a digital computer input for clarity of images.
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The ex-tend-it DVI Splitter is engineered to deliver accurate, precise, and reliable reproduction of any digital video signal, including television signals. It reproduces high-end graphic resolutions, making simultaneous projection capabilities or dual-display workstations an easy reality to achieve. Each split signal is capable of powering a digital display or projector simultaneously, and as many as four DVI Splitters can be combined to power eight digital video displays using one port. The DVI Splitter uses DVI bus technology to connect multiple splitters and is HDCP compliant.
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Advanced Media Design

The MediaPointe System One is a scalable version in the MediaPointe business conferencing line. The MediaPointe System One is a standalone solution for executive-level conferencing applications, leveraging the benefits available with the MediaPointe standard operating platform. It brings high-end, fully integrated media collaboration systems to the executive presentation market in a user-friendly and mobile configuration. The MediaPointe SystemOne features leading-edge videoconferencing and media presentation technologies unified through the MediaPointe operating platform and onscreen graphical user interface.
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Sanyo Security Video

A line of ¼-inch CCD autofocus zoom cameras is for general surveillance purposes. A color version, the VCC-ZM300, and a day/night version, the VCC-ZM400, deliver sharp images through the 520 TV lines of horizontal resolution. The VCC-ZM300 and the VCC-ZM400 color cameras are for situations in which a zoom is necessary to focus on a subject in a crowded area, such as parking lots, malls, and casinos. Both cameras feature a maximum 352× zoom, achieved by the 22× optical zoom and 16× electronic zoom.
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Digital Signage

Specialized Communications

The SignFlash uses Inscriber's software to add MPEG video, animations, and the ability to update text content dynamically and remotely in a multizone layout like high-end broadcasters. The SignFlash sports a small form factor that fits anywhere and goes everywhere. It is simply installed with a few connectors, needs no additional software to run, and uses a facility's current databases and displays on any ordinary television monitor. The SignFlash replaces static images, plain text, and PowerPoint-like presentations with an eye-catching screen for government facilities, schools, churches, cable head ends, and more.
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Video Transmitter and Data Receiver

International Fiber Systems

The VT1500WDM-ADEMCO is for use in the ADEMCO RapidGold dome system, providing a fully integrated solution. The unit mounts directly into the dome's power-supply enclosure, replacing the traditional power, data, and coaxial cable connection within the enclosure. It changes the RapidGold camera from a standard coaxial connection dome to a direct-to-fiber connection. The optical output of the dome is compatible with the standard VR1500WDM or VR1500WDM-CC receiver.
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AG Neovo

The K-19 is a 19-inch flat-panel LCD. It offers 1,280-by-1,024 resolution, analog and DVI inputs, and a 170-degree viewing angle. The K-19 comes in a two-tone black and gray design and is for business applications, home computing, and gaming. The display produces picture quality with a superhigh contrast ratio of 600:1.
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The Matrix 1500 single-chip DLP SXGA (1,280 by 1,024) simulation projector is based on a Dark Metal DMD light engine with on/off contrast ratio of 1,000:1 and delivering 1,500 ANSI lumens. The Matrix 2500 3-chip 1.8-inch LCD SXGA (1,280 by 1,024) simulation projector is based on dual 100W UHP illumination system with on/off contrast ratio over 700:1 and delivering 2,500 ANSI lumens. The Matrix 3500 3-chip 1.8-inch LCD UXGA (1,600 by 1,200) simulation projector is based on a quad 100W UHP illumination system with an on/off contrast ratio of 1,000:1 and delivering 3,500 ANSI lumens.
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TFT Device

Hitachi Software Engineering

The StarTablet T-18SX is a new member of the StarBoard family of interactive communication systems. The StarTablet is an interactive 18-inch TFT device with SXGA-quality graphics and extends the presenter's flexibility in any communications situation. The StarTablet and its associated software permit presenters to run and annotate computer applications from the StarTablet while displaying the annotated images on rear-projection or plasma displays or on traditional screens using LCD projectors. The annotated data can be saved in several file formats, including HTML files for easy viewing with any Web browser software.
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Video Processing and Windowing System

Vista Systems

The Montage is a video processing and windowing system designed to offer an uncompromising solution for seamless wide-screen and multidisplay applications. The system uses a new advanced architecture that allows virtual displays inside the Montage processor that are much higher resolution than any single-display device can handle. Inputs can be windowed anywhere in the virtual display and can overlap each other. Outputs — which can be projectors, LED walls, video walls, recording devices, operators monitors, and so on — can view any portion of the virtual display.
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