Quantum 780 Handheld Test Instrument

Quantum 780 Handheld Test Instrument

Quantum 780 Handheld Test Instrument

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Quantum 780 Handheld Test Instrument

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  • 1Description

The 780 Handheld Test Instrument from Quantum is a portable multimedia generator and analyzer that enables you to conduct quick verification tests of all your HDMI products – source, sinks, repeaters, distribution devices – on-site or in an R&D environment. The instrument's color touch display makes it easy and convenient to use it. The 780 test instrument supports pixel rates up to 165 MHz and TMDS clock rates up to 225 MHz for deep color on the HDMI Tx port and up to 150 MHz on the HDMI Rx port.

Testing HDMI Sink Devices

The 780 is equipped with an HDMI output port for testing HDMI sink devices. You can test and calibrate the video on your high definition TVs with a variety of resolutions and standard 2D or 3D test patterns as well as custom patterns from THX and ISF. You can also verify hot plug, EDID, and HDCP and CEC messaging on HDMI sink devices.

Analyzing HDMI Source Devices

The 780 is also equipped with an HDMI input port for verifying HDMI source devices. The HDMI input port and built-in display enable you to verify the incoming video parameters and view the entire, unscaled video image, including 4K images by panning, even when encrypted with HDCP. You can also verify the incoming audio by examining the decoded IEC audio headers, audio info-frames, and channel status blocks.

Testing HDMI Cables & Distribution Networks

Because the 780 has both an HDMI output and an HDMI input, you can test your HDMI cables and distribution systems (splitters, extenders, and switches) with the cable test feature. You can prequalify cables and distribution systems prior to installation or once they are installed with the frame compare (pixel error) test feature.

Monitoring HDMI Protocols

With the auxiliary channel analyzer (ACA) options, you can monitor the HDMI hot plug related events and DDC transactions, EDID, and HDCP, between HDMI devices and the 780 while the 780 is emulating a known-good HDMI source or sink device. The second ACA option enables you to passively monitor the HDMI hot plug-related events and DDC transactions on three HDMI connected devices.

Other Features

Pattern testing including 3D and deep color
Test side-by-side, top/bottom and frame packing 3D format structures
Pattern testing for analog component inputs on HDTVs
Create custom formats using format editor tool or import your bitmaps for pattern testing
Animated test pattern for testing motion artifacts
Image packs with bitmap test images separately available; standard pattern packs are THX, China Res, and ISF
Verify audio-capable devices using multichannel audio over HDMI, SPDIF, and optical outputs with various audio formats at sampling rates up to 192 kHz
Test LPCM and Dolby and DTS compressed audio formats
User friendly color touch screen enables you to operate the instrument and view incoming video and metadata from an HDMI source
View incoming video, scaled or unscaled, encrypted or unencrypted
Diagnose HDMI interoperability problems with simplified test interface
Verify sources, sinks, repeaters with one button tests; pass/fail results provided
Verify that an HDMI display properly responds to HDCP content protection
Check max HDMI devices supported by source
Verify the HDMI display's EDID for checksum and header errors
View the display's entire EDID content and compare two EDIDs
Run portions of the EDID compliance test
Emulate an HDMI sink device to test EDID on HDMI source device; test a source response to a variety of stored EDIDs
View the video timing data and video info-frame data from an HDMI source device, including 3D metadata
View various data island packet contents
Verify incoming audio (format, sampling rate, bit depth) by viewing the decoded IEC audio headers, audio info-frames and channel status bits
Prequalify or verify your HDMI cable and HDMI distribution network (extenders, splitters, switchers) using a pseudo random noise test pattern or pixel error test with frame compare feature
Monitor the CEC HDMI hot plug related events and DDC transactions, EDID and HDCP, either while emulating a known-good HDMI device or while passively monitoring between multiple HDMI connected devices 1
Provides portability with rechargeable batteries; can also be powered from AC through power adapter
Run automated tests through command line interface via USB
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Quantum 780 Handheld Test Instrument
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    HDMI Connectivity
    Connector Type 1 x HDMI Type-A
    TMDS HDMI, DVI
    Max Links Single
    Standard ITU-R BT.601-5; ITU-R BT.709-5
    Color Depth HDMI:
    24/30/36-bit; 4:4:4 RGB/YCbCr; 36-bit 4:2:2

    DVI:
    24-bits per pixel; RGB 4:4:4
    Encoding RGB, YCbCr
    Sampling 4:4:4; 4:2:2
    Pixel Clock Frequency 165 MHz
    TMDS Clock Frequency 2.25 Gb/s
    Timings Up to 1080p60
    Scan Progressive, interlaced
    Analog Video Composite
    Connector Type VGA (HD15F) VGA-to-RCA adapter provided
    Encoding Color: RGB, YPbPr
    Pixel Clock Frequency 80 MHz (pixel rep for higher resolutions)
    Sync Separate, composite
    Features
    Formats Video Pattern Testing: 147
    Deep Color 1080p60 30/36-bit
    Patterns More than 40 patterns
    Levels Gray Levels: 256
    Resolution Imported Bitmaps: Fixed, 24-bit
    Image Shift Scroll bitmap images
    Test Patterns 3D bitmap test images and new rendered images
    Supported 3D Formats Top & bottom, side-by-side (half & full), frame packing
    Audio Test Tone Sound Pressure: Pink noise
    Main Speaker: 500 Hz to 2 kHz
    Frequency Response: 20 Hz to 20 kHz
    Speaker Distortion: Sine wave 63 Hz, 125 Hz, 1 kHz, 4 kHz
    Early Reflections: Impulse
    Polarity of speaker wires: Polarity
    Sound Convergence: Auto-time Delay
    Test Modes HDMI Source: View incoming video image and video metadata from HDMI source even when content is protected with HDCP
    Utility Source Test: HDCP, video, video timing
    Sink Test: Hot plug, EDID, HDCP, video, video type
    Repeater Test: Hot plug, EDID, HDCP, video, video type, video timing
    Link Test: Hot plug, EDID, HDCP, video, video type, video timing
    Input
    Connector Type 1 x HDMI Type-A
    Pixel Clock Frequency 150 MHz
    Sampling 4:4:4; 4:2:2
    Digital Audio
    Connector For HDMI: 1 x HDMI Type-A
    For SPDIF, OPTICAL: SPDIF: RCA; OPTICAL: JIS F0S
    Bits For HDMI: 16, 20, 24 bits per sample
    For SPDIF, OPTICAL: 16, 20, 24 bits per sample
    Sampling Rates For HDMI: 32.0, 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 176.4, 192 kHz
    For SPDIF, OPTICAL: 32, 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 176.4, 192 kHz
    Audio Streaming For HDMI:
    Programmable LPCM (IEC 60958): All sampling frequency up to 8 channel
    Dolby Digital (IEC 61937): Noise patterns, 5.1
    Dolby Digital Plus (IEC 61937): Sine wave clips 192 kHz; 2.0, 5.1, & 7.1
    Dolby TrueHD: High bit rate audio
    DTS-ES (IEC 61937): Noise pattern 5.1
    DTS-HD HRA (IEC 61937): Sine wave clips 192 kHz; 5.1 & 7.1
    DTS Master Audio: High bit rate audio

    For SPDIF, OPTICAL:
    Programmable LPCM (IEC 60958): All sampling frequency up to 8 channel
    Dolby Digital (IEC 61937): Noise patterns 5.1
    DTS-ES (IEC 61937): Noise pattern 5.1
    Administration
    Firmware Upgrade In the field upgrade through USB
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    USB Peripheral: Download bitmaps, firmware upgrade
    Command Line USB
    User Interface
    Type Touch screen
    Screen Size 480 (H) x 272 (V)
    Color 24-bit RGB
    Environmental
    Humidity 30 to 80% RH non-condensing
    Operating Temperature 32 to 104°F (0 to 40°C)
    Regulatory FCC class B, RoHS
    Power
    DC Charge 6AA NiMh batteries
    Battery Life 2 hours between charge
    Battery Recharge Time Overnight charge
    Charger 100 to 240 VAC; 0.4 A (max); 47 to 63 Hz; 30 VA
    Physical
    Dimensions 2.70 x 9.75 x 6.00" (6.98 x 24.76 x 15.24 cm)
    Weight 3.25 lb (1.47 kg)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 7.0 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 17.0 x 17.0 x 8.0"
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