MULTI -SCREEN PROCESSORS FOR VIDEO AND DATA

MULTI -SCREEN PROCESSORS FOR VIDEO AND DATA
Media Wall
MULTI -SCREEN
PROCESSORS
FOR VIDEO
AND DATA
DISPLAY
MediaWall 4500/4200
Real Time Display Wall Processors
Fully real time no dropped frames
Robust 24/7 operation
Up to 12 output screens
Up to 30 graphic & video
windows
DVI input cable equalization
DVI outputs with
500mA pin-power
Control via web browser
Embedded operating system
Downloadable backgrounds
Borders & titles
Bezel compensation
Image overlap
Plug and play architecture
Smooth scaling, panning,
zooming
No PC vulnerabilities
No hard drives
Presets
KVM option
Edge blending option
For more about KVM see
http://rgb.com/products/
KvMforMediaWall/?c=n
The next generation MediaWall® processors are fully real time display wall systems
for arrays of projectors, cubes or flat panel displays. Unique among display wall
processors, the MediaWall 4500 and 4200 are based on a custom, high performance
architecture rather than a PC, with faster updates, more display flexibility, robustness
and security. Real time display of inputs is guaranteed under all conditions, without
dropped frames.
The MediaWall 4500 processor can display up to 30 graphics and video signals on
up to 12 screens in a 3x4 array; the MediaWall 4200 can display up to 12 graphics
and video signals on up to 8 screens in a 2x4 a rray. Images can be displayed
anywhere, any size, within or across screens, in correct aspect ratio or stret ched to
fit, in whole or zoomed to emphasize detail s. Unlike other video/data walls,
MediaWall processors have essentially no limits on display alternatives; the multiscreen array forms a truly virtual screen in whi ch any display of windows is possible.
Input alternatives include RGB/ DVI and analog video modules. HD-SDI modules
will be available in the near future.
Graphics signals are selectable up to 1920x1200 and 2048x1152 pixels. HD and
digital cinema resolutions up to 2048x1080p are also supported. Standard video
inputs include composite, component and S-Video. Background images, up to the
aggregate resolution of the display wall, can be loaded from compact flash cards
or over a network.
DVI inputs include built-in cable equalization on all inputs to increase cable lengths
to 50 meters without the need for external signal extenders. On DVI outputs,
500mA of power is available for pin-powered devices, obviating the need for external
power adapters.
Control is available via USB, RS-232, or Ethernet port. A web browser based control
system provides both local and remote operation, with a graphical representation of
the wall and “drag and drop” window positioning and scaling.
MediaWall processors offer 24/7 robustness. They come packaged in rack mountable
enclosures with replaceable air filters and redundant power supplies, providing
excellent solutions for challenging environments. Most importantly, MediaWall
processors provide the security and reliability of an embedded operating system and
the absence of hard drives.
The processors work with almost any display devices. They offer adjustments to
compensate for the bezel bet ween panels and overlapped outputs to support
edge blending on a continuous screen. Output resolution can be adjusted to the exact
resolution of a display device up to 1920x1200, 2048x1152 or 2048x1080 p,
the highest resolution of any data/video wall.
A full array of features includes dynamic window sizing and positioning, smooth
zooming within images, custom borders, titling, programmable presets, backgrounds
and logos. Available options include Advanced Windows Control Panel (digital clock,
on-screen cursor control and multi-level password control) and KVM control.
The MediaWall 4500 and 4200 are unbeatable for mission critical, real time operations.
Specifications
Number of Display Windows Model 4500: up to 30 (user selectable)
Model 4200: up to 12 (user selectable)
RGB/DVI Input Module
GB Analog
Easy oper ation 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 oper ating
system of the control device.
Interlaced and progressive
Number/type
Video level
Input impedance
Sample rate
Horizontal scan rate
Frame rate
Resolution
2x analog RGB/YPbPr/HD
1.0V p-p for G and Y composite, 0.7V p-p for RB and PbPr
75 Ohms
Up to 165 MHz
12 kHz to 125 kHz
Up to 200 Hz
640x480 to 1920x1200 and 2048x1152,
720p, 1080i, 1080p
Sync
Connector
RGsB, RGBS, RGBHV, YPbPr (tri-level or bi-level sync on Y)
15-pin HD
DVI Digital
Number/type
R G B S P E C T R U M
Cable equalization
Connector type
Analog Video Input Module
M E D IA W A L L
Sync
Input impedance
Connector type
YPbPr (tri-level or bi-level sync on Y)
75 Ohms
BNC (female)
Type
Number
DVI
Model 4500: 4, 8 or 12
Model 4200: 4 or 8
Configurations
Model 4500-1 & 4200-1: 1x2, 1x3, 1x4
Model 4500-2 & 4200-2: 2x2, 2x3, 2x4
Model 4500-3: 3x3, 3x4
Resolution
Sample rate
Pin power
Connector
640x480 to 1920x1200, 2048x1152 and 2048x1080p
35 to 165 MHz
500mA @ 5 VDC per output
DVI-I (digital only)
Power
Model 4500: dual redundant power supplies
Model 4200: optional dual redundant power supply
100 - 240 VAC auto ranging
50/60 Hz
Model 4500: 750W maximum
Model 4200: 325W maximum
Control
Command line using RS-232 or USB 2.0
Ethernet 10/100 BASE-T
Graphical User Interface via web browser
Telnet
Options
Advanced “Web Control Panel” (clock, cursor control,
multi-level password control), edge blending, K vM
Size
Width: 19.0”/48.3 cm
D epth: 22.0”/55.9 cm
Height: Model 4500: 12.25”/ 31.1 cm (7RU)
Model 4200: 5.25”/ 13.3 cm (3RU)
Model 4500: less than 70 lbs / 32 kg
Model 4200: less than 35 lbs / 15.9 kg
11-12
9-10
7-8
1 Out
10 Out
5-6
3-4
1-2
6 Out
2 Out
7 Out
3 Out
4 Out
8 Out
12 Out
3-A
DVI
B
B
B
B
13-14
Video
15-16
11 Out
Video
1-A
Video
17-18
B
B
B
19-20
Video
21-22
Outputs
2-A
A
1-A
23-24
B
3-A
DVI
2-A
A
A
DVI
DVI
DVI
DVI
DVI
DVI
DVI
DVI
DVI
B
B
25-26
5 Out
1-A
A
9 Out
1-A
2-A
3-A
B
B
B
B
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
B
27-28
2x composite video/S-Video/YPbPr
1.0V p-p for G and Y composit e, 0.7V p-p for RGB and PbPr
625 line PAL, 525 line NTSC
DVI
Output
3-A
A
Dual
Video
Input
2-A
Dual
Video
Input
RGB
A
Dual
DVI/RGB
Input
RGB
A
Dual
DVI/RGB
Input
RGB
A
Dual
DVI/RGB
Input
RGB
A
Dual
DVI/RGB
Input
RGB
RGB
RGB
Dual
DVI/RGB
Input
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
A
A
DVI
DVI
B
B
29-30
Number/type
Video level/format
cf busy
RGB
RGB
RGB
Dual
DVI/RGB
Input
A
Dual
DVI/RGB
Input
A
Dual
DVI/RGB
Input
A
Dual
DVI/RGB
Input
A
Dual
DVI/RGB
Input
RGB
link
alarm
A
Dual
DVI/RGB
Input
RGB
RGB
A
Dual
DVI/RGB
Input
A
activity
power B
power A
4 5 0 0
Dual
DVI/RGB
Input
Window Inputs
110-240VAC
50/60 Hz
Power A
110-240VAC
50/60 Hz
Power B
2x DVI single link up to 1920 x 1200, 2048 x 1152
and 2048 x 1080p
Automatic or manual; up to 164 feet or 50 meters
DVI-I (digital only)
110V 6A
220V 3A
AC Power
110V 6A
220V 3A
RS-232
I
USB-B
10/100BASE-T
Serial Control
MediaWall 4500
activity
link
powerA
powerB
alarm
cf busy
select
A
RGB
B
A
DVI
B
A
RGB
B
A
DVI
B
A
RGB
B
A
DVI
B
A
RGB
B
A
DVI
B
Other
DVI Outputs
8 Out
7 Out
6 Out
5 Out
4 Out
3 Out
2 Out
1 Out
9-10
Dual
DVI/RGB
Input
RGB
B
DVI
A
B
Power B
110-240VAC 110V 6A
50/60 Hz
220V 3A
Power A
110-240VAC 110V 6A
50/60 Hz
220V 3A
AC Power
I
11-12
A
Window Inputs
7-8
Dual
DVI/RGB
Input
RS-232
5-6
Dual
DVI/RGB
Input
10/100BASE-T
3-4
Dual
DVI/RGB
Input
Dual
Video
Input
4 2 0 0
1-2
Dual
DVI/RGB
Input
M E D IA W A L L
A-1
A-2
A-3
B-1
B-2
B-3
MediaWall 4200
The MediaWall processor offers a true plug-and-play
architecture with ease of set-up similar to a
matr ix switcher.
Weight
950 Marina Village Parkway Alameda, CA 94501 (510) 814-7000 (510) 814-7026 FAX
www.rgb.com e-mail: [email protected]
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