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4K 4:2:0 HDMI and Computer Graphics Automatic Video Switcher

Model: DIP-31
  • Maximum Resolution - 4K at 60Hz (4:2:0) UHD and WUXGA
  • Maximum Data Rate - 10.2Gbps (3.4Gbps per graphic channel)
  • HDTV Compatible
  • HDCP Compliant - With sources that support HDCP repeater mode
  • HDMI Support - Deep Color, x.v.Color™ and 3D
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The DIP-31 is a 4K UHD automatic switcher for HDMI, VGA, Ethernet, data and unbalanced audio signals. The unit supports resolutions up to 4K at 60Hz (4:2:0) UHD and various modes of input selection and transmits the signal via HDMI cable to a compatible receiver (for example the VS-62H or when connecting directly to a display/projector). The DIP-31 is a Step-in commander when connected to a matrix switcher that supports Step-in over HDMI such as the VS-62H. It also features RS-232 commands to support monitor/projector on/off.

  • Maximum Resolution - 4K at 60Hz (4:2:0) UHD and WUXGA
  • Maximum Data Rate - 10.2Gbps (3.4Gbps per graphic channel)
  • HDTV Compatible
  • HDCP Compliant - With sources that support HDCP repeater mode
  • HDMI Support - Deep Color, x.v.Color™ and 3D
  • Automatic Live Input Detection - Based on video clock presence
  • Automatic Input Selection - Based on priority selection or last connected input
  • Manual input selection
  • Step-in support
  • Automatic analog audio detection and embedding
  • Convenient Control - Via Kramer protocol 3000 and embedded Web pages over a LAN
  • RS–232 command support
  • I-EDIDPro™ Kramer Intelligent EDID Processing™ - Intelligent EDID handling and processing algorithm ensures plug and play operation for HDMI systems
  • Data equalization and reclocking
  • Local balanced audio de-embedding
  • Support for digital audio formats
  • Size -MegaTOOLS® - Mount 2 units side-by-side in a 1U rack space with the optional RK-T2B rack adapter
  • Audio -U/E
  • MAIN USES:
  • Display systems requiring simple, automatic input selection
  • Multimedia and presentation source selection
  • Video distribution in hotel rooms and schools