V-Switch quad XP Real Time Multiviewer & Quad KVM Switch | KVM-SW-QUADXP
The V-Switch quad XP concurrently shows 4 analog VGA or digital DVI PCs or other video playback devices on one display or LCD in real time and with rock solid video presentation at 100 percent refresh rates and no loss of signal or frames. Any of the four (4) video inputs images can have their size changed and relocated to any spot on the monitor. Each of the connected PC systems is administered over by a single mouse and keyboard console or the optional USB touch screen feature (touch display not included).
Furthermore, the transparent and integrated USB 2.0 high speed matrix hub permits the user to control and switch various USB peripheral devices such as scanners, printers, USB memory drives or handprint readers to each attached system. The Quad Screen Splitter also supports the latest in audio with HDMI 7.1 surround sound capabilities. This multiviewer is fully compliant with HDCP and is compatible to a wide variety of electronic devices including DVRs, LCDs, PCs and more.
Fluid video performance, DVI & VGA, HDMI, HDCP
V-Switch quad XP can process analog and digital video signals via DVI-I ports (HDMI by adapter) as both input and output. Various video modes up to 1920x1200, including HDTV resolutions with HDCP encryption, are supported in any combination as input and output. Each video source can be freely resized and repositioned anywhere on the display. V-Switch quad XP features fluid video performance in real time without frame dropping, allowing for perfect display of movies and animated content. When scaling videos up and down, the highly sophisticated 6-symbol interpolation filter guarantees brilliant image quality and sharp readability of text. The 30 bit RGB video engine ensures extremely precise rendering of colors as required in broadcasting.
Display modes: Quad, PiP, Full, Win, Image Rotation
In Win mode, all video sources can freely be resized and independently repositioned anywhere on the display, just like windows. They can overlap each other with transparent appearance. Resizing and repositioning is done by mouse or touch screen. Four customized Win modes can be saved for quick activation e.g. via front buttons 1-4.
In Quad mode, the screen is divided into four equally-sized areas. Each field displays the entire screen content of a video source or computer.
When the PiP (Picture in Picture) function is activated, up to all three other video sources are displayed on the right-hand side of the full-screen image as thumbnails, allowing them to be monitored simultaneously. Size, position and selection of these thumbnails can be adjusted.
In Full mode, a single source is displayed at full resolution and the entire content fully visible. For vertical mounted displays, like it is often required in digital signage applications, it is possible to rotate each input image.To display more than four sources simultaneously on a single screen, V-Switch quad XP can be cascaded.
Transparent USB 2.0 matrix
V-Switch quad XP features a transparent, high-speed USB 2.0 matrix to switch USB devices like finger printers, memory sticks, and webcams to computers connected. The switching can be performed automatically with the active channel, or manually with and without warning. For example, a single finger printer can be used to log in on all computers connected. Data can be copied from one computer connected to V-Switch quad XP to the other without being networked – just via memory stick connected to one of the four USB 2.0 ports on the rear panel of V-Switch quad XP.
PS/2 & USB, Audio
Computers with PS/2 and USB keyboard and mouse can be connected to V-Switch quad XP. In addition, it supports 7.1 surround sound via HDMI input. Audio signal is output via HDMI, S/PDIF (TOSLINK and RCA), or 2-channel analog stereo jack. The analog output is galvanically isolated to eliminate noise and humming induced by ground-loops. The volume can be controlled via the on-screen display (OSD) or with the audio keys on multimedia keyboards.
There are six different ways of switching video channels and display modes: front panel buttons, configurable keyboard shortcuts (hotkeys), mouse (hotmouse function), external device configuration program, serial control devices via DCP-XML protocol, and various models of USB touch screens. To operate V-Switch quad XP, neither PC driver software nor a control computer is required.
Serial control, remote access, touch screen compatibility
V-Switch quad XP supports external serial control via DCP-XML protocol. Combined with KVM-over-IP extenders, V-Switch quad XP enables location-independent remote control of the attached KVM devices. V-Switch quad XP is compatible with many USB touch screen models. While showing all sources simultaneously on the screen, they can be controlled with the touch of a finger.