Video matrixes are an excellent choice for off-site or unmanned A/V systems, especially sensitive, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week environments.
Modular Fiber Optic I/O Boards
The multimode versions support multimode fiber at 850 nm, which is typically used within buildings or facilities with moderate-range transmission distances up to 2 km (1.25 miles). The single mode versions support single mode as well as multimode fiber at 1310 nm. Single mode fiber offers long-range transmission capability over extreme distances up to 30 km (18.75 miles). It is used in very large facilities, such as hospitals and stadiums, and for connecting over very long distances between facilities such as university or corporate campuses.
Streamlining Migration to 4K Video Distribution
When used with FOX II 4K Series extenders, Extron FOX Matrix Switchers accept and route lossless 4K video, multi-channel audio, and control, enabling a 4K distribution system up to 1000x1000 and larger. FOX II 4K Series transmitters and receivers are capable of sending 4K video images up to 4096x2160 at 30 Hz with a 4:4:4 color space. This allows existing FOX systems to be easily upgraded to 4K resolutions without requiring any cabling, hardware, software, or firmware updates to the matrix, streamlining the migration path to 4K video.
Designed for Secure Systems
Priority Switching assigns a security level from one to six for each input, with six being the highest level. An output can only be tied to an input at the same security level or lower, preventing unauthorized access from one to six for sensitive data. For example, an output at security level five can be tied to inputs that are security level five or lower. However, an output at level one, the lowest level, can only be tied to inputs that are also level one. Priority Switching is useful in systems with multiple security classification levels.