Distribution & Monitoring

SDI to HDMI/DVI Converter/Scaler w/ Crop and Zoom: OG-Pinnacle-C

The SDI to HDMI/DVI Converter\Scaler includes a feature set to crop/zoom, and provide horizontal/vertical shifts of SDI video to feed Video Wall tiles, LED Walls or Monitor Walls. Each Scaler card is configured to display one part of the source picture on a tile or a monitor. It accepts and auto-detects a 3G/HD/SD-SDI signal, and has an active input loop for feeding several Scaler cards from the same signal without the need for external distribution. It offers an HDMI/DVI output and a SDI output.
The ability to crop, zoom and shift SDI makes this new Scaler card ideal for LED Walls and Studio Backdrops.
  • openGear 3.0 card-based form factor
  • 3G/HD/SD-SDI to SDI/HDMI converter/scaler
  • Crop and Zoom for Region of Interest (ROI)
  • Shift horizontally or vertically
  • Built-in scaler/de-interlacer
  • SDI output that matches HDMI output
  • Remote control for preset recall
  • Automatic input aspect ratio detection
  • 5 year limited warranty

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Apantac SDI to HDMI/DVI Converter/Scaler w/ Crop & Zoom for openGear

Apantac SDI to HDMI/DVI Converter/Scaler w/ Crop & Zoom for openGear


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apantac Apantac LLC is a leading designer and developer of high quality and cost effective multiviewers, video walls, openGear solutions, and a vast range of signal processing equipment. The Apantac product line has been specifically designed to provide users with flexible and innovative technology solutions for the broadcast and ProAV industries. The Apantac product line includes; Multiviewers, video walls, extension solutions, switches, splitters, matrices, fiber solutions, HDBaseT solutions, and a full line of openGear solutions. These products are sold globally through direct selling channels, a growing network of dealers, system integrators, OEM’s and various other partners. Apantac was founded in 2008 and is a privately held company with its headquarters located in Portland, Oregon, USA.