The Aurora Multimedia ASP-1616H Matrix Switcher (16 x 16) routes HDMI 1.3 digital signals across 16 outputs from 16 inputs with a response time of 2-5 seconds for switching. Offering EDID management and learning, the switcher provides hassle-free attachment to various monitors by allowing handshake signals between the monitor and source.
Supporting adaptable compensation, the ASP-1616H switcher transmits data up to a distance of 118.11’ (36m). The switcher allows a source to be displayed on multiple displays and supports 7.1 channel digital audio. It can be controlled via push button, IR remote control, or RS-232 signals. RS232 interface allows the unit to work with a PC, remote control system, and other far-end control system devices.
Used to route HDMI 1.3 and 7.1 channel digital audio across 16 outputs from 16 inputs
Supports EDID management for hassle-free attachment to various monitors
Supports adaptable compensations
Transmits data up to a distance of 118.11' (36m)
Allows single source to be displayed on multiple displays
High transmission bandwidth of 340MHz (10.2Gbps)
Compliant with HDMI 1.3 and HDCP standards
Controlled via IR remote, front panel, and RS232 signals
RS232 interface allows the unit to work with a PC, remote control system, and other far-end control system devices
Easy installation with rack-mounting
In the Box
Aurora Multimedia ASP-1616H Matrix Switcher (16 x 16)
Supports Extended Display Identification Data (EDID) and Display Data Channel (DDC) data using DVI and HDMI standards, EDID and DDC signals are actively buffered. The built-in EDID/DDC database can analyze these two signals, mix them, and realize the handshake of them internally.
Compliant with High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) using DVI and HDMI 1.3 standards. The built-in HDCP management technology can analyze HDCP key, and realize the handshake internally.
Serial Control Port: RS-232, 9-pin female D connector Pin Configurations: 2 = TX, 3 = RX, 5 = GND IR Remote: Default IR remote Front Panel Control: Buttons Options: TCP/IP control