- Architecture: modular design, plug & play, no need for any configuration
- Channel: 12 I/O ports
- Data Transmission: audio, video, and control signals
I/O SFP Module Card is designed with 12 channels to be connected with either KVM Transmitter or KVM Receiver by input/output auto recognizable feature. It could be plugged in simple mode SFP or Multi-mode SFP by automatical recognization. Applications: Control Room, Network Operation Center (NOC), Security Operation Center (SOC), Emergency Operation Center (EOC), Joint Operation Center(JOC), Airport Operation Center(AOC), Traffic Operation Center(TOC), Board Room, Meeting Room, etc. Industries: Government, Public Security, Finance, Telecomm, Energy & Utility, Oil & Gas, Transportation, Aviation, Military & Defense, Armed Force, Smart City, Broadcasting, Sea Port, Offshore, Enterprise, etc.
Q: What should I do if the physical cables and ports become loose over time?
A: Considering that some cables are easy to wear and off over time, AVCiT designed a metal clip for each coder for fastening cables with ports, which is also our patent on the market.
Q: What is the difference between AVCIT’s Video Wall controller over IP and other traditional matrix switchers?
A: Traditional Matrix Switchers is modular with input and output cards, while AVCIT video wall controller over IP is a pure network infrastructure solution, easy to configure and connect by CAT. Encoder connects to the input source while Decoder connects to the video walls.
Q: Does the AVCIT IP video wall controller require a centralized PC server?
A: No. AVCIT IP Video Wall Controller is a decentralized solution without requiring any centralized PC for management. It is connected by Encoder and Decoder, and requires only one GB Lan switches.
Q: How many signals can one coder control on an LED or LCD video wall?
A: Each AVCIT coder can open up to 16 windows on your video wall, and there is no quantity limitation for sources.
Q: How much bandwidth is needed to transmit the signal by the AVCiT encoder and decoder? How about picture quality?
A: It only requires a 4-20Mbps, AVCIT encoder, and the decoder is H.265/264 coding tech owns patented ASE encoding tech, and has 2K and 4K solutions.
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