Despite the cancellation of some brands from ISE 2020, there are still over 1,000 exhibitors at the RAI. So finding the gems is still quite a skill. The tvONE stand itself is packed with new innovation and big headlines.
tvONE has some amazing KVM products and an incredible new 8K video processor. These will grab the headlines, for sure, but don’t overlook the updated CORIOView. It now has a UC (Unified Communications) role thanks to its new “Dynamic” Mode. This new second mode allows the Multiviewer to be optimized so that it can be easily used in huddle rooms, meeting rooms & control rooms. When connecting a source to the unit it will automatically add the signal to the shared multi-window display and by simply selecting that source with a push button it will bring it to full screen so you can present.
There are screen labels that provide source information as well as the audio status. It can be configured to take inputs from HDMI (4K or HD), DVI, HD-SDI, streaming video or preloaded images & video stored on an optional internal hard drive. These choices depend on the interface modules chosen. It then outputs them to HDMI (4K or HD), DVI or HD-SDI as required.
There’s also third party control using API or AMX & Crestron Plugins.
Not new, and not even updated for the show, but it’s always something to shout about… ONErack.
Mounting smaller desktop devices, such as signal converters and adapters, into a permanent rack install is not easy. But it’s a problem that can be overcome by using the universal ONErack. This simple and practical solution solves what best to do with all those different sized small interface boxes that have their own AC adapters. By using the slide in modules to mount the devices it makes things so much tidier, easier to manage and less likely to go missing.
Chassis are available in 4RU, 5RU and 6RU and can hold up to 16 modules with up to 2 voltage selectors on each module When using the ONErack Power Supply, each voltage selector, can provide power @ 5v, 7.5v, 9v, 12v, 13.5v, 18v, & 24v up to a maximum of 35 watts.
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