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Extron Premieres New RGB to DVI Scaler

rgbdvi3_6090601_pp_01c_pub.jpgExtron Electronics introduces the RGB-DVI 300, a high performance RGB to DVI scaler that converts incoming analog component video and RGBHV signals to DVI. It accepts HDTV and high resolution computer-video up to 1920×1200, and offers multiple, selectable DVI output rates up to 1920×1200, including HDTV 1080p/60. The RGB-DVI 300 is housed in a compact, low-profile enclosure for placement behind flat-panel displays, and offers several features for streamlining integration and enhancing system operation. It is ideal for applications where newer displays, equipped only with DVI or HDMI inputs, are to be used with sources that output analog RGB computer-video, or in an environment with an existing analog RGB signal distribution infrastructure.

“The RGB-DVI 300 is a versatile product for integrating analog RGB sources into a DVI-based installation,” says Lee Dodson, Vice President of Marketing for Extron. “It can also be installed at the output of a switcher to consolidate various source signals into a single, common output resolution.”

In addition to high performance scaling, the RGB-DVI 300 includes several integrator-friendly features for expediting set-up and system operation. An on-screen display facilitates display of information pertaining to the incoming signal and adjustment of picture settings, including positioning, size, zoom, brightness, contrast, and detail. Internal test patterns are available for calibration and setup. Several memory presets are available to store and recall configuration settings using the front panel or through the RS-232 serial port.

With Auto Input Memory, the RGB-DVI 300 automatically stores image settings for each new incoming signal. When the signal is recognized again from a newly connected source, image settings are automatically restored. Auto-Image, a feature common to many Extron scalers and signal processors, allows for quick and easy set-up of incoming analog RGB signals.

Visit our Web site at www.extron.com for more information.

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