RGB Spectrum has released its popular Linx 32×32 switchers in a newly designed enclosure with reduced depth.
RGB 32×32 Linx Switcher The HDCP-compliant Linx 3200S DVI and Linx 3300S CrossXFormat models use the same modular input, output and processor cards as the standard size products.
The CrossXFormat versions accept DVI, HDMI, RGB or YUV on every input. Outputs are DVI. An option for dual-link DVI in and out is available.
All modular Linx switchers feature:
* Input equalization up to 50 meters
* 500mA pin power on the outputs
* Total EDID Manager including RGB Spectrum’s unique Input EDID Priority Arbitration scheme
* Import and export of stored presets and EDID files
* Support for embedded audio in HDMI signals
* Pixel reclocking
Control choices include front panel buttons and encoder, an embedded Java-based GUI, command line via Telnet or RS-232 and the BP-16 preset select button panel.
With the new “short frame” configuration, 32×32 models are now offered in two sizes: the original 6RU and the new reduced depth (17.5-inch) 7 RU version.
Any configuration from 2×32 to 32×2 can be specified. With user swappable I/O cards, users can start with a short loaded frame and add I/O cards as needed. Hot-swappable dual redundant power supplies are standard.
The Linx switcher family includes 8×8 and 16×16 enclosures as well. All are built in the USA and carry a three-year warranty.
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