DECIMATOR DMON-4S 4 x SD/HD/3G-SDI to HDMI Converter with Quad Multi-Viewer Function

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DECIMATOR DMON-4S 4 x SD/HD/3G-SDI to HDMI Converter with Quad Multi-Viewer Function
Key Features
  • 4 x SD/HD/3G-SDI Inputs
  • 4 x mini HDMI Outputs
  • Automatic Signal Detection
  • LCD Info Screen with Button Controls
Packing four independent SDI to HDMI converters into a small field friendly package the DECIMATOR DMON-4S 4 x SD/HD/3G-SDI to HDMI Converter with Quad Multi-Viewer Function allows you to convert four separate SDI streams to either four independent mini HDMI outputs, or combine the SDI inputs into a Quad-Split HDMI output. The unit supports SD/HD/3G-SDI formats featuring automatic signal detection, and the built-in LCD info screen and button controls allow you to set your output options without resorting to DIP switch settings or connecting the unit to a computer.
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DECIMATOR DD-4S Overview

Packing four independent SDI to HDMI converters into a small field friendly package the DECIMATOR DMON-4S 4 x SD/HD/3G-SDI to HDMI Converter with Quad Multi-Viewer Function allows you to convert four separate SDI streams to either four independent mini HDMI outputs, or combine the SDI inputs into a Quad-Split HDMI output. The unit supports SD/HD/3G-SDI formats featuring automatic signal detection, and the built-in LCD info screen and button controls allow you to set your output options without resorting to DIP switch settings or connecting the unit to a computer.

You can set the converter to convert four SDI inputs to four HDMI outputs, combine the four SDI inputs into a Quad-Split HDMI output on one or all four of the HDMI outputs. You can also set the unit to convert two SDI inputs to HDMI, and use the other two SDI inputs as loop through outputs. When in Quad-Split mode, you can assign the audio from any input to be used as the audio for every output. The threaded locking power socket helps prevent accidental power loss from kickouts.

Firmware Updates

Firmware Release 2.0.8 Adds customizable 8-Channel Audio Metering for each window in Multi-Viewer Mode

Firmware Release 2.0.6 adds 3G-SDI Level B support for 1080p60/59.94/50 for this model, as well as horizontal and vertical image flipping per window, custom UMDs, and custom layout features that move it from a fixed window quad-split to a customizable 1-to-4 channel multi-viewer.

Features

Four independent mini HDMI outputs can each output any of the four (3G/HD/SD)-SDI inputs or a Quad-Split of all them. Four independent SDI to HDMI converters provide you with the following selections:
  • Four SDI inputs to four HDMI outputs
  • Four SDI inputs to Quad-Split HDMI outputs
  • Two SDI inputs to two mini HDMI outputs, and two SDI loop through outputs
  • A single SDI or Quad-Split to four HDMI outputs
In Quad-Split mode you can select the audio from any input to play as the audio for any of the outputs.
The LCD and button control system incorporated in the unit allows you access to all of the unit's features without using dip switches or having to carry around a computer to change a simple setting.

DECIMATOR DD-4S Specs

InputsSD/HD.3G-SDI: 4 x BNC
OutputsHDMI: 4 x Type C
SDI Formats Supported3G: SMPTE 424M 2.97 and 2.967 Gb/s
1080p: 60/59.94/50 Hz

HD: SMPTE 292M/274M/296M 1.485 and 1.435 Gb/s
1080i: 60/59.94/50 Hz
1080p/psf: 30/29.97/25/24/23.98 Hz
720p: 60/59.94/50/30/29.97/25/24/23.98 Hz

SD: SMPTE 259M 270 Mb/s
525i: 59.94
625i: 50
Control Buttons
  • Status for all four inputs
  • HDMI output type and source selection from SDI inputs 1 to 4
  • Quad-Split output format selection
  • Quad-Split output aspect and type of 16:9 or 4:3 at either 90 or 100% of screen size
  • Quad-split individual aspect format for each input of Same as output, Letter-box or Pillar-box
  • Quad-split Border Enable
  • Quad-split mode reference of either Free-run or inputs 1 to 4
Power5 to 32 VDC
Pin Positive
Dimensions3.1 x 4.8 x 1.2" / 79.5 x 123 x 29.5 mm
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.665 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)10.05 x 6.25 x 2.5"
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HOw the audio works in multiview?

HOw the audio works in multiview?
Asked by: Tassiana
In Quad-Split mode for the Decimator DMON-4S, audio can be selected from any source to play as for the audio for other sources.
Answered by: Raymond B
Date published: 2021-07-23

Is it possible to use the loop out and multi view ...

Is it possible to use the loop out and multi view at the same time? My setup is that I will have 2 SDI inputs from my PTZOptics cams, loop those out to my BMD Mini Recorders, but I want to be able to monitor both of those feeds on the same screen. I'm also wondering what the output resolution of this device is? Is it dependent on the inputs? Right now I'm having an issue where my PTZOptics cams have to be set to 1080p30 as that's the max my BMD Mini Recorders will support. The cams can output HDMI and SDI simultaneously, so I thought I'd just plug the HDMI feed into one of my monitors, but my monitors apparently don't support 1080p30, they throw an error asking for 60Hz. Any feedback / suggestions is appreciated.
Asked by: Taylor
Hi Taylor, This is Jules from Product Support at Symbiosis, Decimator's master distributor for your region. You can configure a DMON-4S to receive SDI on inputs 1 & 3 then use the ports for inputs 2 & 4 as loop outputs of inputs 1 & 3 respectively. Inputs 1 & 3 are still available to use in the multi-viewer, although obviously you then only have two inputs available for up to four windows, depending on how many windows you wish to show on screen. The four HDMI outputs can be individually controlled so each output can be configured to either be the output of the multi-viewer or a loop output of any of the SDI inputs. If you need a hand configuring it when it arrives please feel free to contact us at [email protected] I hope this helps. Kind regards Jules
Answered by: Symbiosis (Distributor)
Date published: 2021-01-13

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How much latency is added to the signal when using the loop output? Thanks!
Asked by: Christopher B.
I have not seen any latency in the loop through on this device
Answered by: gilbert y.
Date published: 2018-08-25
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