MULTI-SCREEN CONTROLLER FOR VIDEO/DATA DISPLAY

MULTI-SCREEN CONTROLLER FOR VIDEO/DATA DISPLAY
MediaWall
MULTI-SCREEN
CONTROLLER
FOR VIDEO/DATA
DISPLAY
MEDIAWALL
Real Time Display Wa l l P r o c e s s o r s
F u l l y r e a l time n o d r o p p ed frames
R o b u s t 2 4 / 7 operation
U p t o 8 R GB / DVI / HDTV
a n d 8 v i d eo inputs
U p t o 6 o utput screens
p e r p r o c essor
U p t o 1 9 20 x 1200 pixel
i n p u t / o utput
C o n t r o l v ia PC web browser
E m b e d d e d operating system
R e d u n d a nt power supplies
D o w n l o a dable backgrounds
B o r d e r s and titles
B e z e l c o mpensation
I m a g e o v erlap for edge
blending
R u g g e d a nd compact
enclosure
P l u g a n d play architecture
O n - s c r e e n digital clock option
S m o o t h s izing, panning,
zooming
O n - s c r e e n cursor control option
Presets
C o m m a n d centers
C o n t r o l rooms
C o m m u n ication hubs
E x h i b i t i o ns
N e t w o r k operations centers
The MediaWall ® processor is a fully real time video/data wall system for ar rays of
projectors, cubes or flat panel displays. Unique among display wall processors, the
MediaWall is based on a custom, high perfor mance architecture rather than a PC, with
faster updates, more display flexibility, robustness and security. Real time display of
all inputs is guaranteed under all conditions, without any dropped frames.
The MediaWall 2500 processor can display up to eight g raphics and eight video signals
over six screens, the model 2000, six g raphics and six videos over four screens, and the
model 1500, four g raphics and two videos over two screens. Images can be displayed
anywhere, any size, within or across screens, in cor rect aspect ratio or stretched to fit,
in whole or zoomed to emphasize details. Unlike other video/data walls, the MediaWall
processor has essentially no limits on display alternatives; the multi-screen ar ray for ms
a tr uly virtual screen in which any display of windows is possible. No competitive
video/data wall even comes close.
The system offers plug-and-play capability with a wide range of inputs. Graphics
signals are selectable up to 1920 x 1200 pixels. HDTV inputs are also supported.
Standard video inputs may be composite, component or S-Video. Backg round images,
up to the ag g regate resolution of the display wall, can be loaded from compact flash
cards or over a network.
Control is offered via RS-232 or Ethernet port. A web browser based control system
provides both local and remote operation. The user interface provides a g raphical
representation of the wall with "drag and drop" window positioning and scaling.
The system offers 24/7 robustness. It comes packaged in a compact rack mountable
enclosure with replaceable air filter, redundant power supplies, and ther mostatically
controlled fans, providing an excellent solution for challenging environments. Most
importantly, the MediaWall processor provides the security and reliability of an
embedded operating system and the absence of a disk drive.
The MediaWall processor works with any tiled display, with adjustments to compensate
for the bezel between panels or cubes, as well as overlapped outputs to support
edge blending on a continuous screen. Output resolution can be adjusted to the exact
resolution of any display up to 1920 x 1200 pixels, the highest resolution of any
data/video wall.
A full ar ray of features include dynamic window sizing and positioning, smooth
zooming within images, custom borders, titling, prog rammable presets, backg rounds,
log os, and optional digital clock and on-screen cursor control.
The MediaWall is unbeatable for mission critical, real time operations. And it is priced
competitively with systems that cannot approach its flexibility or perfor mance.
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Integrated Control with KvM
(See inside back cover)
Specifications
High Resolution Inputs
RGB Analog
Number / Type
Video Level
Input Impedance
Sample Rate
Horizontal Scan Rate
Frame Rate
Resolution
Sync
Easy operation with intuitive “virtual screen”
and “click and drag” simplicity. Control screens
are accessible locally or remotely over any internet
browser. The internet browser approach offers the
advantage of independence from the operating
system of the control device.
Connector Type
Interlaced and non-interlaced
4 x analog RGB / YPbPr / HDTV (Model 1500)
6 x analog RGB / YPbPr / HDTV (Model 2000)
8 x analog RGB / YPbPr / HDTV (Model 2500)
Nominal 0.7V pk - pk
75 Ohms
Up to 165 MHz
12 kHz to 125 kHz
Up to 200 Hz
640 x 480 - 1920 x 1200 pixels
Sync on green, separate composite sync,
or separate H-drive and V-drive.
15-pin HD
DVI Digital
Number
Connector type
R G B SPECTRUM
4 x DVI single link up to 1920 x 1200 (Model 1500)
6 x DVI single link up to 1920 x 1200 (Model 2000)
8 x DVI single link up to 1920 x 1200 (Model 2500)
DVI-I
Video Inputs
SELECT
MEDIAWALL
1500
Analog Composite
Number
Video Level
Format
Input impedance
Connector type
M e d i a Wa l l 1 5 0 0
R G B SPECTRUM
High Resolution Outputs
I
+5VA
+5VB
LINK
O
ALARM
ACTIVITY
MediaWall 2000
SELECT
Number / Type
Resolution
Video Level
Sample Rate
Sync
M e d i a Wa l l 2 0 0 0
Connector Type
Labels, Borders, Backgrounds, Logos, Pan and Zoom, Presets,
Window Animation, Mullion Compensation, Image Overlays
for Edge Blending, Freeze Frame, Compact Flash Card Reader,
Redundant Power Supplies, On-Screen Digital Clock,
On-Screen Cursor Control, KvM
MediaWall 2500
ACTIVITY
ALARM
CF BUSY
+5VA
SELECT
+5VB
2 x RGB analog / DVI digital (Model 1500)
4 x RGB analog / DVI digital (Model 2000)
6 x RGB analog / DVI digital (Model 2500)
640 x 480 - 1920 x 1200 pixels non-interlaced
Nominal 0.7V pk - pk
Up to 165 MHz
Sync on green, separate composite sync,
or separate H-drive and V-drive.
DVI - I
Features
R G B SPECTRUM
LINK
2 x composite, 2 x S-Video (Model 1500)
6 x composite, 6 x S-Video (Model 2000)
8 x composite, 8 x S-Video (Model 2500)
Composite 1.0 V pk - pk nominal
625 line PAL, 525 line NTSC
75 Ohms
Composite video: BNC (female)
S-Video: 4 pin mini DIN (female)
RS-232
10/100 BaseT
I
O
Input-11/12
Input-13/14
Input-15/16
Input-1
Input-2
Input-3
Input-4
Input-5
Input-6
Input-7
Input-8
Other
O
I
I
O
Input-9/10
Output-4
Output-5
Output-6
Output-1
Output-2
Output-3
Power
M e d i a Wa l l 2 5 0 0
The front panel provides an LCD status display.
The MediaWall processor offers a true plug-and-play
architecture, with ease of set-up similar to a
matrix switcher.
Control
Size
Weight
90 - 264 VAC autorange
47 - 440 Hz (Models 1500 and 2000),
50/60 Hz (Model 2500)
Less than 90W (Model 1500), 110W (Model 2000),
150W (Model 2500)
Command line using RS-232,
or Ethernet 10/100 BASE-T
Graphical User Interface using internal web server
Width 17.25"
Depth 18”
Height 3.5” (Models 1500/2000), 5.25” (Model 2500)
25 lbs/11 kg (Models 1500/2000), 30 lbs/13 kg (Model 2500)
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