The DATAPATH Hx4 HDMI Display Wall Controller with HDCP Support allows you to create and deploy small, mid-level, and large-scale signage projects for retail stores, stadiums, public spaces, and other environments. It features one HDMI 1.4 input, four HDMI 1.3 HD monitor outputs, a USB maintenance port, and an Ethernet port.
The HDMI input supports up to 4096 x 2160 resolution at 30 fps, and the four HDMI outputs support up to 1080p60 resolution. All five HDMI ports provide HDCP support. There is also an Ethernet port that allows connecting to a network for configuration, monitoring, and for third-party API integration. Capable of adjusting all monitor scale factors and orientations, the Hx4 is designed as a flexible, standalone control device. A different region of the input image can be selected for each output, with rotate, crop, upscale, mirror, and bezel correction done internally. The regions can be set to overlap to allow any output to replicate another.
The Hx4 is designed to work with the downloadable DATAPATH Wall Designer software for Mac and Windows. Wall Designer is a multi-screen design tool that lets you add new displays, visualize the displays' content by adding inputs and adjusting regions, and program one or all Hx4 devices over a USB or network connection.
- Create and deploy small- to large-scale signage projects for retail stores, stadiums, public spaces, and other environments
- One HDMI 1.4 input supporting up to 4096 x 2160 resolution at 30 fps
- Four genlocked HDMI 1.3 outputs supporting up to 1080p60
- One Ethernet port for connecting to a network
- Genlocked sync input over HDMI
- Genlock and framelock for tear-free display
- Independent region selection per output
- Rotate, crop, upscale, mirror, and bezel correction
- Support for non-rectangular screen arrangements and varied mixes of monitor orientations
- Configure with DATAPATH Wall Designer software for Mac/Windows (download)
- Image pre-load support for immediate display in case of source or cable malfunction
- HDCP support on all inputs and outputs