2 Automatyczne skalowanie w odbiornikach Co to jest DGX?Światłowody optyczne - Audio/video i kontrola na jednym kablu multimodowym.Pojedynczy światłowódWsparcie różnych formatów analogowego i cyfrowego videoStereo i Cyfrowe AudioWbudowana Kontrola900 mAutomatyczne skalowanie w odbiornikach
3 Epica DGX 32 Matrix Switcher Single input on multiple outputsScalingWhile switchingOn fiber outputs for both fiber and DVI inputsNo Audio or control for DVIDisplay #1 –1280x720PC –1900x1200Display #2 –1920x1080DVILaptop –1280x768When you use the DGX transmitters and receivers in conjunction with an EpicaDGX 32 matrix switcher, you have a complete switching DGX system. In the example below, we see that adding an EpicaDGX in our signal path gives us the ability to have a single input on multiple fiber outputs, all of which automatically scale to the native resolution of the display device. In this case, the output signal is from the laptop, which is set to 1280 by 768. However, the display devices are displaying at 1280 by 720 and 1920 by That’s because we have a DGX receiver for each display, which is scaling based upon the EDID information on the display device. If we switch the selected source to the PC input, we see that the receivers automatically scale when the Hood switches to a new output. The PC signal is set to 1900 by 1200, but the display devices are still displaying at their native resolutions. Notice too that the PC is plugged directly in to the switcher using DVI. Because the hood is encoding the DVI signal and transmitting it on fiber, we can scale the DVI input just as easily as we do for a fiber input. The only difference between sending a DVI input over fiber as opposed to passing through a fiber input is that there will be no audio or control.DVIEpica DGX 32 Matrix SwitcherRGBSmartScaleDVI
4 Auto-detect and auto-setup Local output for monitoring DGX TransmitterTransmitter typesDVIRGBSupports multiple analog formatsRGBHVRGBSRGsBComponent / HDTVAuto-detect and auto-setupLocal output for monitoringDVI TransmitterRGB TransmitterThere are two types of DGX transmitters, a DVI transmitter and an RGB transmitter. However, the RGB transmitter supports several analog formats in addition to RGB. It supports RGBHV, RGBS, RGsB, and component video, or HDTV. Both of the transmitters have auto-detect and auto-setup, meaning there is little to no setup time when installing an AutoPatch DGX transmitter. The Transmitters also come with a local output port, which allows for local monitoring at the source.
5 Transcoding into RGBHV or DVI EDID-based scaling DGX ReceiverDVI ReceiverReceiver typesDVIRGBHVNo other analog formatsTranscoding into RGBHV or DVIEDID-based scalingCan receive RS-232 from transmitterNo feedback to sourceSmartScaleHD-15 ReceiverJust as there are two type of DGX transmitters, there are also two types of DGX receivers, a DVI and an RGB. Be aware that the RGB receiver will not output to any other analog format. So what happens the other analog formats we can transmit from the DGX transmitter? Well, because all the different format types are encoded into a common encoding format for transmission over the fiber, the analog formats are automatically transcoded into DVI or RGB as part of the process. In addition to transcoding, the DGX receivers also perform EDID-based scaling on the output signal. The DGX receiver can even receive an RS-232 signal from the transmitter. Be aware, though, that the RS-232 information is only one-way on the DGX, meaning you can’t send any feedback from the receiver to the source.
6 DGX Transmitter and Receiver End-to end solution without a matrix switcherSmall size with multiple mounting optionsRack mounting (1/3 rack width)Surface mountingPole mountingOn-board digital and analog audioEmbedded one-way RS-232Let’s begin by looking at the DGX Transmitters and Receivers. The DGX transmitters and receivers can be used as an end-to-end fiber solution without the addition of a matrix switcher, and function well in a variety of situations due to their small size and multiple mounting options. The devices can be rack mounted, surface-mounted, or pole mounted. One advantage of the DGX transmitters and receivers is that they support on-board digital and analog audio. You can send the audio signal for the input along with the video over the same fiber cable, making installation easier. You can even convert from analog to digital or the other way around. Along with the audio and video, the AutoPatch DGX also supports embedded one-way RS-232 sent over the same single multimode fiber.