Extron electronics | Matrix 200 | Matrix 100 & 200 Series Switchers

4 x 4, 8 x 4 and 8 x 8
configurations
Switches RGBS, audio
and video
410/175 MHz
bandwidth
Balanced or
unbalanced audio
Audio breakaway
Free control software
Modular designs
Rack mountable
MATRIX 100 & 200 SERIES SWITCHERS
RGB to sync delay
switching
RS-232/422 control
Video genlock
Video, RGB and
audio mute
APPLICATION
Solutions in Switching
Extron provides the most innovative solutions to your
matrix/routing needs. Extron’s Matrix 100 & 200 Series
Switchers exceed the level of function and flexibility that your
system requires and customers demand. The sizes of the
input/output (I/O) modules can be ordered as needed or changed
in the field as the system grows or expands. Available input sizes
are 4 x 4 (inputs by outputs) 8 x 4, 8 x 8 and, if necessary, can be
designed for sizes up to 48 x 48. Because each switching application is unique the Matrix 100 & 200 include the ability to “customize” your switcher for optimum performance. Extron’s
Matrix 100 & 200 Series offer five video slots which allows you
the ability to run maximum video configurations of RGBHV,
RGBS&Cv as well as RGsB&YC.
What Are Matrix Switchers?
Matrix switchers are commonly used in applications where multiple inputs need to be routed to several output devices such as
data or video projectors and monitors. They provide the ability
to route any input to any output at any time in any combination. The main feature of a true matrix switcher is that an
input can be routed to any one or all outputs.
Essentially, a matrix switcher consists of a series of distribution
amplifiers and switchers which are housed in a single enclosure
and is controllable either remotely or via a front panel controller (FPC). Extron’s matrix switchers have been designed for
maximum performance and flexibility. They are used primarily
for routing high resolution computer signals, and will also handle NTSC, PAL or SECAM video, S-Video (S-VHS), and virtually any type of mono or stereo audio.
Extron’s Matrix 100 Series and Matrix 200 Series Switchers
share a number of basic features, but each has it own unique
purpose of meeting your specific application and system
requirements. Understanding how to build a matrix switcher is
pertinent to meeting system requirements and designs. The
matrix switcher includes a Basic Modular Enclosure (BME)
which houses all of the modules and components including
input and output (I/O) modules. Each of the series also provide
their own flexibility and high performance standards, such as
the difference in RGB video bandwidth between the
Matrix 100 & 200.
The Matrix 100 Series Switchers
Video, RGB and Audio Routing
MATRIX 100 SWITCHER SERIES
Years of R&D history working with the ever popular Matrix 200
has enabled Extron to offer a 175 MHz RGB video bandwidth
version of this popular RGB, video and audio routing system:
The Matrix 100 Series Switcher.
The Matrix 100 Series Switcher offers an industry-wide, competitive alternative to every matrix switcher available on the
market today. Extron’s Matrix 100 Series Switcher offers three
different I/O module sizes: a 4 x 4- four in, four out module
for RGB, sync & composite video; an 8 x 4- eight in, four out
for RGB, sync & composite video; and an 8 x 8- eight in, eight
out for RGB, composite video, sync and audio. However, these
configurations provide flexibility beyond the three fixed input
sizes. For example: A Matrix 100 may have 4 x 4 RGBS modules, 8 x 4 composite video module and an 8 x 8 audio module
in one unit. The modules are fixed, but the configuration is flexible! Configuration of the Matrix 100 Series Switcher allows
multiple RGB video and audio sources (PCs, MACs, PowerPCs
and workstations), video sources (composite and
S-Video) and stereo audio (balanced or unbalanced) sources to
be switched to a variety of presentation displays. The
Matrix 100 Switcher’s audio module provides unity gain and is
available in an 8 x 8 configuration.
Like the Matrix 200, the Matrix 100 is a series of distribution
amplifiers and switchers in a single enclosure, capable of being
controlled by RS-232/RS-422 remote control. The Matrix 100
is housed in one, 4U high, 19" rack-mountable metal enclosure
with an internal auto-switchable 100-240 volt power supply.
The Matrix 200 Series Switchers
High Resolution RGB & Video Routing
BUILDING A SWITCHER
How to Build a Matrix Switcher
When you are selecting a matrix switcher to fit your system
requirements, the following elements are necessary to
include in your order. After you review these basic elements,
you will then be able to move onto your selection of inputs
and output modules.
MATRIX 200 SWITCHER SERIES
Extron’s 410 MHz
Matrix 200 Series Switchers are innovative, performance-driven,
superior solutions to high resolution RGB and video routing systems. Utilizing many technological breakthroughs, the Matrix
200 Series Switchers offer a true 410 MHz video bandwidth.
The highest RGB video performance ever offered in a matrix
switcher, which means that even as the size of the matrix increases, RGB video bandwidth performance is not compromised.
Extron’s Matrix 200 Switcher offers three different I/O module
sizes: a 4 x 4- four in, four out module for RGB, sync & composite video; an 8 x 4- eight in, four out for RGB, sync & composite video; and an 8 x 8- eight in, eight out for RGB, composite video, sync and audio. However, these configurations provide
flexibility beyond the three fixed input sizes. For example: A
Matrix 200 may have 4 x 4 RGBS modules,
8 x 4 composite video module and an 8 x 8 audio module in one
unit. The modules are fixed, but the configuration is flexible!
These configurations allow multiple RGB sources (computers,
workstations, etc.), video NTSC/PAL/SECAM or S-VHS and
stereo audio to be switched to a variety of presentation displays.
Essentially, the Matrix 200 is a series of RGB distribution amplifiers and switchers in one easy-to-use product. Matrix systems
may be expanded in size externally for sizes of up to 48 x 48.
Any size switcher may be ordered as RGB with sync on green,
RGBS, RGBHV, composite video, S-Video and stereo audio. All
switcher sizes are contained in a 4U high, rack mountable metal
enclosure which includes an internal auto-switchable power supply and digital microprocessor control as well as a serial port for
RS-232/RS-422 control.
• Basic module enclosure (BME) – The BME houses the
main components and modules of the Matrix 100 & 200
Series Switchers. Every switcher, regardless of configuration,
requires the BME as it includes the RS-232 and RS-422 control, 100-240 volt power supply, video (NTSC/PAL/SECAM)
genlock capability, RGB delay [Matrix 200 only], complete
breakaway, SmartControl™, remote front panel input connector and a rack mountable 4U High, 19" wide metal
enclosure.
• Front panel controller (LCD-FPC) [Matrix 200 Only] –
The LCD-FPC is optional with each Matrix 200 switcher
as it is not required for switcher control or operation. The
Matrix 200 Series Switchers have built-in microprocessor
control and memory, called SmartControl®, and may be
controlled externally through the rear panel RS-232/RS-422
control port via a third party control system or a remote
PC/terminal. If local control is desired, the FPC must be
specified with each Matrix 200 Switcher.
• QuickSwitch™ front panel controller (QS-FPC) – The
QuickSwitch-FPC has been developed so that every function is defined by a front panel button. This has been
designed to make switching input to outputs as easy as
pressing a button. The QS-FPC utilizes the built-in
SmartControl microprocessor of the Matrix 100 & 200.
An additional QS-FPC may be remotely located, for example on a wall or at a podium, allowing remote control.
• Blank front panel – If you choose to remote an FPC or
forego using an LCD-FPC or QS-FPC, a blank front panel
is required to allow for a rack mountable front panel with a
power LED.
• I/O modules – Depending on your application you will
need to choose which modules are necessary for your particular application. Listed are the standard configurations listed for both the Matrix 100 & 200.
CONFIGURATIONS
the options that you select. For example, a Matrix 200: 8 x 8
(RGBS) would include a BME, three 8 x 8 HRAM modules and
one 8 x 8 sync module, with a FPC or blank front panel.
The Matrix 100 & 200 Series Switcher modules are available in
three standard I/O (input/output)
configurations:
• 4 inputs by 4 outputs (4 x 4)
• 8 inputs v by 4 outputs (8 x 4)
• 8 inputs by 8 outputs (8 x 8)
• 8 inputs by 8 outputs (8 x 8)– Audio
Each switcher may be populated with individual high resolution
analog (RGB), video, S-Video, sync (H&V) and/or audio modules
giving the Matrix 100 & 200 Series Switchers 16 possible video
configurations with various I/O sizes available:
RGsB – Red, green, (sync on green), blue
RGBS – Red, green, blue and separate composite sync
RGBHV – Red, green, blue and separate H&V sync
RGsBCv – Red, green (sync on green), blue and composite
video
RGsBYC – Red, green (sync on green), blue and S-Video
RGBSCv – Red, green, blue, composite sync and video
RGsBA – Red, green (sync on green), blue and stereo audio
RGBSA – Red, Green, Blue, Composite Sync and Stereo Audio
RGBHVA – Red, Green, Blue, separate H&V Sync and
Stereo Audio
NOTE: The audio module option is shipped with captive screw
terminal connectors for each input and output.
RETRO-FIT OPTIONS
The following part numbers are supplied as options to retro-fit
the Matrix 100 & 200 Series switchers. All options are supplied
with instructions, cable assemblies and all hardware necessary for
field installation.
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• Basic Module Enclosure (BME)
• HRAM Modules (for R, G and B -- one for each color)
8 x 8; 8 x 4; 4 x 4
• Video Modules (for video and S-Video) 8 x 8; 8 x 4; 4 x 4
• Sync Modules (for composite or H&V sync) 8 x 8; 8 x 4;
4x4
• Audio Module (8 x 8 only)
• QS-FPC– QuickSwitch front panel controller
• LCD-FPC– LCD Driven front panel controller
(Matrix 200 only)
• Blank front rack panel– If the switcher does not require a
QS-FPC or LCD-FPC then a Blank front panel must be
ordered and the switcher must be remotely controlled.
• Redundant power supply
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RGsBCvA – Red, green (sync on green), blue, composite
video and stereo audio
RGsBYCA – Red, Green (Sync on Green), Blue, S-Video and
Stereo Audio
RGBSCvA – Red, green, blue, composite sync, video and
stereo audio
CvA – Composite video with stereo audio
YCA – S-Video with stereo audio
Cv – Composite video only
YC – S-Video only
I/O MODULES & OPTIONS
When ordering a Matrix 100 or 200 Series Switcher, the following
I/O modules and options are available. Because every switcher is
different, we will develop a “custom” part number to specify only
Blank front panel ...................................... 60-147-01
Front panel controller (LCD-FPC)............ 60-146-01
Audio module (8 x 8) Matrix 200 ............ 70-022-01
Audio module (8 x 8) Matrix 100 ............ 70-039-01
Redundant power supply .......................... 70-020-01
Captive screw connectors .......................... 10-163-01
S-VHS-BNC adapter (male to male) ........ 26-353-01
Front panel controller (QS-FPC) .............. 60-188-01
MATRIX 100 Additional Modules
4 x 4 MRAM module ................................ 70-041-01
8 x 4 MRAM module ................................ 70-041-02
8 x 8 MRAM module ................................ 70-041-03
4 x 4 composite video ................................ 70-042-01
8 x 4 composite video ................................ 70-042-02
8 x 8 composite video ................................ 70-042-03
4 x 4 sync .................................................. 70-059-01
8 x 4 sync .................................................. 70-059-02
8 x 8 sync .................................................. 70-059-03
8 x 8 audio ................................................ 70-039-01
MATRIX 200 Additional Modules
4 x 4 HRAM module ................................ 70-023-01
8 x 4 HRAM module ................................ 70-023-02
8 x 8 HRAM module ................................ 70-023-03
4 x 4 composite video ................................ 70-025-01
8 x 4 composite video ................................ 70-025-02
8 x 8 composite video ................................ 70-025-03
4 x 4 sync module 510/75 ohm ................ 70-058-01
8 x 4 sync module 510/75 ohm ................ 70-058-02
8 x 8 sync module 510/75 ohm ................ 70-058-03
8 x 8 audio module.................................... 70-022-01
FEATURES
Features of the Matrix 100 & 200
Series Switchers
■ Balanced or unbalanced audio – The Matrix 100 & 200 offer
the flexibility for both balanced or unbalanced audio signals depending on your application and distance needs.
■ Bandwidth – The Matrix 200 offers a true 410 MHz bandwidth
and the Matrix 100 offers a 175 MHz bandwidth. Depending on
the application, you have the option to choose the best product for
your particular requirements. The Matrix 100 & 200 were designed
so that the original signal integrity is fully maintained due to the
high bandwidths that each switcher offers.
■ Complete breakaway – This feature allows the user to program
any video, S-Video or audio channel to be “broken-away” or to “follow” any one, group or all RGB selected source(s). This is a significant feature for staging applications.
■ Audio breakaway – An optional audio (8 x 8) module is available
with the Matrix 100 & 200 Series Switchers using captive screw terminal connectors which populates the bottom 1U of the switcher.
The breakaway feature allows audio-follow on any one or all channels, or can be operated as a separate audio matrix.
■ Control Program software – Extron has developed its own control software based on a Windows® program that allows you to mix
and match input to output. This simple program, shipped with
every Matrix 100 & 200 Matrix Switcher, makes I/O configuration simple because it uses graphic icons and icon labeling
capabilities.
More importantly, the software
also allows you
to configure the
switcher before
using it via an
emulation mode.
Once you build
your matrix with
the software, you
can simply save the configuration, load it into the matrix, and
you are ready to go!
■ Modular design – Both the Matrix 100 & 200 are comprised of a modular design. This flexibility allows you to purchase only the necessary modules for a particular application or
system. For example, if sync is on green, then an additional
composite sync module is not necessary. And, if only composite video is being used, RGB modules will not be necessary.
Only the necessary I/O modules need to be purchased.
Additional modules may be added at any time without having
to send the unit back to the factory in the case of expansion or
application change. Available modules include high resolution
analog, video/sync (NTSC/PAL/SECAM and S-VHS), and
stereo audio.
■ Presets – Presets make life easier as the Matrix 100 & 200
can be configured for several different applications, therefore
you do not have to change the settings each time you change
the application. Simply pull the I/O configurations from the
SmartControl memory. The Matrix 100 provides 8 presets and
the Matrix 200 provides 20 presets.
■ Rack mountable – With the front panel of the Matrix 100
& 200, you will receive all the hardware necessary to mount
the 19”, 4U high BME into a rack.
■ Redundant power supply – As an option, this additional
power supply may be internally mounted to give the switcher a
backup power supply, should the power generator supplying
the first one become defective. This feature is necessary in critical applications where power reliability is a premium factor.
■ RS-232/422 Control – Both the Matrix 100 & 200 offer
RS-232/422 control which allows the switcher to be controlled
via a third party control system such as AMX, Crestron or
Lexicon. You may also choose to use the RS-232/422 control
port to integrate Extron’s own Windows® based control software that will run directly from your local PC.
■ SmartControl™ microprocessor – Known as
SmartControl, the switcher has the ability to determine how
many inputs and outputs are being utilized and practically configures itself for ease-of-use in such applications.
■ Video genlock – All Matrix 100 & 200 Series Switchers
include broadcast quality NTSC/PAL/SECAM video genlock
capabilities which allow for vertical interval switching,
resulting in smooth, seamless transitions when switching between
inputs.
■ Video, RGB and audio mute – Separate mute controls allow
you to easily mute, or turn off the video or audio signals. These
functions are front panel accessible or control system programmable.
FEATURES (Cont.)
Expanded Features of the Matrix 200 Series
The Matrix 200 Series offers expanded features to further meet those
system requirements you may have.
■ Adjustable audio gain/attenuation – Extron’s Matrix 200 allows
you to set the level of audio from front panel controls whether for
gain or attenuation.
■ LCD Front Panel Controller – The optional LCD Front Panel
Controller (LCD-FPC) allows for easy configuration of inputs and
outputs, as well as, the control of additional system features as
required. But, when controlling the switcher via RS-232 or RS-422,
an FPC is not necessary. In addition, two FPC’s can be used to control a single switcher (for redundant control) and where a second
FPC is required to control the switcher from a remote location; such
as a control room or wall panel.
■ LCD menu driven SmartControl™ – The FPC includes a backlit LCD that simply "walks" the installer/user through all setup and
program functions required to operate a Matrix 200 Switcher. A
user friendly “quick-key macro” series of buttons cut installation and
programming time of the Matrix 200, in half as compared to existing matrix switchers.
LCD FRONT PANEL CONTROLLER
■ Programming – This feature of the Matrix 200 allows the time
and date to be set so that a sequence will run automatically.
■ RGB to sync delay switching – The Matrix 200 Series Switchers
is capable of programmable RGB video delay on every output. This
allows for “blanking” of the RGB video when switching multiple
inputs/outputs. So, when switching, all projectors/monitors will "go
black" instead of scramble with noise while they acquire the new signal rate.
■ Security lockout – If the switcher is installed in a secure environment, where easy access is not desirable, a password is required to
operate the front panel controller.
■ Sequencing – The sequencing feature allows you to run through
the selected presets switching from configuration to configuration
continuously at predetermined time intervals. This is great for trade
show displays or running demos.
■ Trouble status indication (SmartControl) – The SmartControl™
microprocessor within the CPU of the Matrix 200 Series Switcher
acts as a status indicator at all times for any or all inputs/outputs,
and it notifies the user of any problems that may have occurred such
as a loss of power or front panel control. This saves valuable troubleshooting time and efforts.
SPECIFICATIONS
Matrix 100 Series
HRAM video (high resolution analog module)
Connectors .................................... BNC
Bandwidth..................................... 175 MHz (-3 dB)
Crosstalk
at 10 MHz........................ -50 dB (typical)
at 100 MHz ..................... -30 dB
Isolation:
at 10 MHz........................ -60 dB (typical)
at 100 MHz ..................... -55 dB
Return loss:
at 10 MHz........................ -20 dB
Input impedance ........................... 75 ohms
Output impedance ........................ 75 ohms
Switching speed ............................. 200 ns (nominal)
Input signal.................................... .3 -1 V p-p
(max dc offset ± .3 V)
Gain............................................... Unity ± 1%
Composite video module
Frequency response........................ .5 dB @ 5 MHz;
-3 dB @ 15 MHz
Differential gain............................. .5%
Line and field tilt........................... Less than .1%
Isolation between outputs.............. > 40 dB @ 5 MHz
Crosstalk........................................ > 40 dB @ 5 MHz
CMRR........................................... -60 dB
Propagation delay .......................... 10 ns
Input signal.................................... 75 ohms, analog,
0-1 V p-p (max dc
offset ± .3 V)
Gain............................................... Unity
Sync module
Input impedance ........................... 510 ohms
Output impedance ........................ 75 ohms
Max. input voltage......................... ±5 V
Input sensitivity............................. 500 mV p-p
Output level .................................. 4.5 V p-p not
terminated; 2.2 V p-p
terminated at 75 ohms
Max propagation delay .................. 64 ns H to L (41ns L to H)
Max rise/fall time........................... 8 ns H to L (3.6 ns H to L)
Polarity .......................................... Follows input
Audio module, general
Input impedance ........................... High Z (>10 k ohms, typical)
Input voltage level ......................... To 6 V p-p into 600 ohms
Output impedance ........................ Low, capable of driving
600 ohms, balanced
Output level .................................. Unity gain
SPECIFICATIONS (Cont.)
Connectors ........................................ 6-conductor, captive screw audio
terminal
Signal to noise ............................... Better than 110 dB,
20 Hz-20 kHz
THD + noise................................. .03% @ 20 kHz worst
case, +22 dBu input,
+ 22 dBu output
Differential input and output
Adjacent channel crosstalk............. >-85 dB @ 20 kHz
Common mode rejection ratio...... -55 dB worst case
@ 20 kHz (-65 dB typical)
Stereo channel separation .............. > 60 dB 20 Hz to 20 kHz
Bandwidth..................................... 20 Hz - 20 kHz, flat ± .1 dB
Audio input specifications
Maximum input level .................... 45 V p-p differential
22 V p-p single-ended
Nominal input program level ........ -10 dBu (300 mV rms)
Input impedance ........................... 20 k ohms, differential
10 k ohms, single-ended
Audio output specifications
Maximum output level.................. 45 V p-p differential
22 V p-p single-ended
Nominal output program level
Professional mode............. -10 dBu (300 mV rms)
Professional mode............. +4 dBu (1.2 V rms)
Consumer mode............... -10 dBu (300 mV rms)
Output impedance ........................ 50 ohms, differential to
ground 22 V p-p
Single-ended
Other specifications
Power ................................................. 100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 60 watts
Dimensions........................................ 17” W x 15” D x 6.8” H
43 W x 38 D x 17 H cm
Rack mountable................................. Yes
Shipping weight................................. 22 lbs. (10 kg)
Operating temperature....................... 0°C - 50°C
Storage temperature ........................... -20°C - 70°C
MTBF................................................ 35,000 hours (demonstrated)
Approved ........................................... UL listed
Warranty ............................................ Two years, parts & labor
Matrix 200 Series
HRAM video (high resolution analog module):
Connectors .................................... BNC
Bandwidth..................................... 410 MHz (-3 dB)
Crosstalk
at 10 MHz ............................... -50 dB (typical)
at 100 MHz ............................. -30 dB
at 200 MHz ............................. -30 dB
Isolation
at 10 MHz ............................... -60 dB (typical)
at 100 MHz ............................. -55 dB
Return loss
at 10 MHz ............................... -20 dB
at 200 MHz ............................. -50 dB
Input impedance ........................... 75 ohms
Output impedance ........................ 75 ohms
Switching speed ................................. 200 ns (nominal)
Input signal.................................... .3 -1. V p-p (max dc
offset ± .3 V)
Gain............................................... Unity ± 1%
Composite video module
Frequency response........................ .5 dB @ 5 MHz;
-3 dB @ 15 MHz
Differential gain............................. .5%
Differential phase........................... 1.3°
Line and field tilt........................... Less that .1%
Isolation between outputs.............. > 40 dB @ 5 MHz
Crosstalk........................................ > 40 dB @ 5 MHz
CMRR........................................... -60 dB
Propagation delay .......................... 10 ns
Input signal.................................... 75 ohms, Analog,
0-1. V p-p (max dc offset
± .3 V)
Gain............................................... Unity
Sync module
Input impedance ........................... 510 ohms
Output impedance ........................ 75 ohms
Max. input voltage......................... ±5 V
Input sensitivity............................. 500 mV p-p
Output level .................................. 4.5 V p-p not terminated;
2.2 V p-p terminated at 75 ohms
Max. propagation delay ................. 64 ns H to L (41 ns L to H)
Max. rise/fall time.......................... 8 ns H to L (3.6 ns H to L)
Polarity .......................................... Follows input
Audio module input
Type............................................... 8 inputs, stereo, balanced
with radio frequency suppression
Connectors .................................... 6 conductor, captive screw audio
Terminal
Impedance ..................................... >10 k ohm, AC coupled
Maximum level.............................. (Balanced or single-ended)
+28.7 dBu
CMRR........................................... 65 dB typical 55 dB worst
case @ 20 kHz
Input attenuation .......................... 0 dB in consumer input
mode 20 dB in
professional input mode
Input ranges................................... Consumer input
Attenuation .................................. -50 dBu to +8.7 dBu
Professional input attenuation ....... +9 dBu to +28.7 dBu
Audio module throughput
Routing.......................................... 8 x 8 stereo matrix
Response........................................ ±.05 dB 20 Hz to 20 kHz
Gain adjustment............................ -95.5 dB To +31.5 dB
Adjustable on individual left and
right stereo channels per input
Maximum channel gain................. 45.5 dB
THD + Noise................................ .03% @ 20 kHz worse case,
+22 dBu input, + 22 dBu output,
differential input and output
S/N................................................ >110 dB, output 15 dBu,
Normalized
Adjacent input crosstalk ................ Better than 85 dB, from
20 Hz to 20 kHz
Stereo channel separation .............. 60 dB from 20 Hz to 20 kHz
Audio module output
Type............................................... 8 outputs, stereo, balanced
SPECIFICATIONS (Cont.)
Connectors .................................... 6 conductor, captive screw
Impedance ..................................... 50 ohms
Gain
Consumer output gain............. Single-ended 0 dB,
Differential +6 dB
±Throughput gain and
input attenuation
Professional output gain........... Single-ended +14 dB,
Differential +20 dB,
±Throughput gain and input
attenuation
Output gain ranges (from input to output)
Consumer input attenuation ......... Consumer output gain
-95.5 dB to +31.5 dB
Professional output gain ................ -84.5 dB to +45.5 dB
Professional input attenuation
Consumer output gain.............. -11.5 dB to +11.5 dB
Professional output gain............ -89.5 dB to +39.5 dB
Muting .......................................... >100 dB, each output
Individually selectable
Gain error .......................................... .1 dB channel to channel
Stereo output channel routing
Mono source routing ................ L input to L and R output
R input to L and R output
Stereo channel reversal .............. L input to R output, R
input to L output
Drive ......................................... +28.7 dBu into 600 ohms,
All outputs
Other specifications
Power............................................. 100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz,
60 watts
Dimensions ................................... 17” W x 15” D x 6.8” H
43 x W 38 D x 17 H cm
Rack mountable ............................ Yes
Shipping weight............................. 22 lbs. (10 kg)
Operating temperature .................. 0° C - 50° C
Storage temperature....................... -20° C - 70° C
MTBF ........................................... 35,000 hours (demonstrated)
Approvals....................................... CE Mark, UL & CUL listed
Warranty........................................ Two years, parts & labor
APPLICATION DIAGRAM
Matrix 100 and 200 Switchers
Red Green Blue
RGsB
RGBS
RGBHV
3 Analog Video
Modules
Front Panels
Blank Front Panel (Matrix 200)
Audio Module
Video or Sync Modules
RGBS and Sync Video
Composite Video
Front Panel Controller (Matrix 200)
Redundant
Power Supply
RGBHV Sync Sync
(RGsB and)
S-Video Video Video
QuickSwitch™ Front Panel Controller (Matrix 100)
(RGsB and)
Video blank
Composite Video
(RGsB only) blank blank
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