Dual Video Scaler and Switcher

Dual Video Scaler and Switcher
Item# 1T-C2-750
$1,150.00
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This Dual DVI Scaler PLUS has two high quality graphic scalers with switching capability and can be used to scale/convert digital DVI-D or analog DVI-A signals to another format with full CORIO2 picture-in-picture (PIP) flexibility.

The CORIO®2 Dual Video Switcher and Scaler (1T-C2-750) has two DVI-I connectors for video input and a single DVI-I connector for video output. It allows you to switch and scale two signals, either analog and/or digital to an analog or digital signal. The two video input signals can be viewed individually or simultaneously, either side-by-side or custom picture-in-picture (PIP) views with the built-in CORIO®2 Tools. The unit ships with a DVI-I to HDMI adapter and can be controlled with an external serial controller, an optional remote control, or the front panel buttons.

There are two DVI-I connectors for analog or digital video input. The optional DVI-I adapters allow you to input analog signals (such as VGA, YPbPr, and YUV) or digital signals (such as DVI-D and HDMI) and output to a display that supports digital video inputs on a DVI-D connector or on an HDMI connector or to a display that support analog video input.

Dual PIP DVI-I Scaler with Key, Mix and Seamless Switching. Maximum resolution is 1920x1200 @60 Hz and 1080p60.

    Functionality:
  • Dual DVI-I inputs for switching and scaling two analog and/or digital signals. The DVI-I inputs allow for input of analog signals from a VGA, or component video sources, such as RGsB, RGBS, YUV, and YPbPr) on either DVI-I connector. The DVI-I inputs also allow for input of digital signals on either DVI-I input connector, such as a digital DVI-D or from HDMI sources, with the DVI-I to HDMI adapter.