Orion QuadraVista HM 4K60
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Orion QuadraVista HM 4K60

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The QuadraVista HM 4K60 from Rose Electronics is a unique Quad Viewer. Its versatility and ultra-high definition 4K2K output makes it ideal for command centers, broadcasting, financial institutions, and many other applications.

The QuadraVista HM 4K60 accepts up to four HDMI inputs and displays them in quad view on an HDMI monitor. Input resolutions can be interlaced or progressive, from 640×[email protected] to 1920×[email protected] Output resolutions range from 640×[email protected] to [email protected]

Users can select from nine default output screen layouts, and up to eight custom layouts can be created and stored by the system.

The output video can also be resized, repositioned, zoomed and panned. One input image can be rotated by +90º or -90º. They can be given borders, titles and backgrounds. Audio from any of the four inputs can be played as well.

Configuration of the unit is controlled through software running on a Windows PC, connected to the QuadraVista HM 4K60 through RS-232 or Ethernet. A 28 key IR remote is used to change display settings “on the fly.” Firmware updates can also be performed through the configuration software.

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  • Displays up to four HDMI video sources on a single monitor
  • Input resolutions from 640×[email protected] to 1920×[email protected], interlaced or progressive
  • Supports output resolutions up to [email protected]
  • HDCP 1.4 compliant
  • Analog stereo audio output
  • Output display parameters such as layout, resolution, titles, and borders are software controllable
  • Up to eight different layouts can be saved
  • Resize, position, zoom, pan, and blend output video
  • Configure output through RS-232 or Ethernet
  • 28 key IR remote control
  • Rotation of input image by +90º or -90º
  • Supports pixel by pixel mapping in a 2 x 2 configuration
  • Automatically upscale 1920×1080 @ 60 Hz output resolution to 4K2K
  • Two EDID selections, and custom EDID can be loaded from file
  • Firmware updates via configuration software