FC−174 is a versatile HDMI 4K@60Hz (4:4:4/4:2:0) multi−channel converter tool. FC−174 can convert up to four inputs/outputs from 4:4:4 to 4:2:0 color sampling and offers EDID management via a user−friendly software application.
The FC-46xl is a high-performance HDMI audio de-embedder. The unit can de-embed audio from the HDMI input or from the HDMI output Audio Return channel to S/PDIF, TOSLINK® and analog audio outputs simultaneously.
The FC-69 is a high-performance Ultra-HD (4K) HDMI audio embedder and de-embedder. The unit can embed analog audio to the HDMI output or de-embed audio from the HDMI input or from the HDMI output Audio Return Channel to S/PDIF and unbalanced stereo
VP−424C is a high−performance digital scaler for HDMI and USB type−C signals. The unit up− or down−scales the selected video signal to resolutions up to 4K@60Hz (4:4:4) at a maximum data rate of 18Gbps (6Gbps per graphic channel).
VP−426C is a high−performance digital scaler for HDMI, USB Type−C and computer graphics/HDTV signals. The unit up− or down−scales the selected video signal to resolutions up to 4K@60 (4:4:4) at a maximum data rate of 18Gbps
The VP-440 is a high-performance presentation scaler/switcher with four HDMI and two computer graphics (VGA) inputs. The unit scales the video, embeds the audio and outputs the signal to an HDMI output and an HDBaseT output simultaneously.
VP−451 is a high−performance 18G 4K digital scaler for HDMI and USB−C signals. The unit up−scales, down−scales, and cross−scales to resolutions up to 4K@60 (4:4:4). The output resolution can be set to automatically follow the native resolution of the sink or set manually to a custom resolution.
The VP-510 is a down-converter for 4K HDMI signals. The unit takes a 4K resolution input, provides a loop output and down-converts it to 2K resolution. It allows the use of legacy equipment with 4K signals (23.98Hz to 30Hz).
The VP-793 is a high-performance scaler for HDMI, DVI and computer graphics signals developed specifically for driving large screen displays and multiple screen applications from video or graphics sources. It up- or down-scales the incoming signal,