【Inter BEE 2013 TV】 IDK HDCP compatible digital point marker and DVI signal compatible matrix switcher with 32x32 channel on display
IDK (booth number: 7203) has its AV audiovisual systems, video surveillance systems, and KVM optical transmission systems on display.
The HDCP compatible DPM-5000 digital point marker is a device that enables the user to overlay an inputted image with freehand drawings or ready-made graphics via a graphics tablet, touchscreen, or mouse etc. The device can use both still and moving images for its base data. The digital image input supports HDCP (copyright protection for HDMI and DVI) and allows the user to draw on images inputted from PCs, Blu-rays, and more. Images specified can also be recorded in file format. The device cannot display to equipment that is HDCP incompatible or does not support image saving.
Also on display at the venue are the 'MSD-54 series' digital multiswitchers with built-in scan converters. Each solution the series provides is demonstrated using the actual multiswitchers combined with their peripherals.
A new product, the 'FDX-3232' modular digital matrix switcher, supports 32x32 channel DVI signals. Each input-output board can select channels in groups of four (for a maximum of 12 channels each.) The configuration can be optimized for the user's usage environment. The device also supports HDCP. Besides DVI connectors, Cat6 boards and boards compatible with optical signals can be mounted to the device. With fiber cable the device can transmit to a maximum distance of 4.7 km.