Cost-effective dual-channel switcher with Preview Output
True seamless switching
High quality scaling technology
10-bit sampling and internal processing/scaling
State-of-the-art 10-bit, 4:2:2 de-Interlacer with Diagonal Filter
Up to three (3) LOGO stores/recall capability
Luma Keying utilizing DVI key source
Low Video Delay
All resolutions from NTSC/PAL up to UXGA including all HD
EDID support for all analog and DVI sources
DVI, Analog Computer and Video, HD/SD SDI
Preview and Program Outputs
All progressive resolutions from 480p up to UXGA including all
Supports HDCP compatible monitors and projectors
Independent built-in Test Patterns for Program and Preview
outputs simplifies projector alignment
Independent resolutions for Program and Preview outputs
Auto ranging power supply
Width: 19" Rack
The DCS-200 is a dual-channel switcher designed to provide true
seamless switching between different input sources, while maintaining
high image scaling quality at an affordable price. The DCS-200 features
straightforward and simple operation, making it ideal for live events,
company boardrooms, hotel ballrooms, houses of worship, education
and training facilities.
The DCS-200 accepts universal analog, DVI and HD/SD SDI input
sources and converts them to a wide variety of output formats. All
analog and DVI inputs support the EDID specification.
Output video is provided simultaneously in DVI and analog formats.
The DCS-200 also allows users to capture and store up to three images
that can be used as a LOGO source during the presentation.
Users can utilize the DVI inputs as a luminance keying source, allowing
for titling and lower third key applications. Input sources can
seamlessly transition under the DVI key.
DCS-200 offers a Preview output that can be routed to a monitor at the
same or different resolution than the program output. Users have the
option of displaying one of three signals on the preview outputs:
program, preview, or test pattern.
The DCS-200 is fully compliant with HDCP 1.0 repeater mode. When
the unit is processing HDCP compliant sources through the DVI
connectors, the analog outputs are set to black.