ATEN 16 x 16 HDMI Matrix Switch with Scaler

ATEN 16 x 16 HDMI Matrix Switch with Scaler

ATEN 16 x 16 HDMI Matrix Switch with Scaler

B&H # ATVM51616H MFR # VM51616H
ATEN 16 x 16 HDMI Matrix Switch with Scaler

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Product Highlights

  • 16 HDMI Inputs and 16 HDMI Outputs
  • Local HDMI Port for Preview
  • Supports Resolutions up to 1080p
  • Front Panel, RS-232, Ethernet Control
  • Supports Web-Based GUI or Telnet
  • Built-In Scaling Function
  • Seamless Switch Mode
  • HDCP 1.4 Compatible
  • EDID Support
  • Rack Mountable & ESD Protection for HDMI
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ATEN VM51616H overview

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The ATEN 16 x 16 HDMI Matrix Switch with Scaler is an all-in-one professional solution for routing up to 16 HDMI video and audio sources to any 16 HDMI outputs with resolutions up to 1920 x 1080p. It is well-suited to railway stations, competition venues, casinos, control centers, conference rooms, logistics centers, and security management. The 16 x 16 modular matrix allows you to create up to 32 connection profiles for customized video wall layouts.

Control of the unit is done via front panel push buttons, RS-232, or Ethernet using the built-in GUI or Telnet. The switch can scale your input video to match your output video, and the seamless switching mode features a near zero-second switch time for stable signal transmissions. The switch supports EDID, allowing you to send the signal to HDMI devices. It is rack mountable and offers ESD protection.

The signal from one input can be sent to a single output, all 16 outputs, or any number of outputs in between. Multiple inputs can be assigned to multiple outputs.
A built-in scaling function allows you to scale the input source to match the output device.
Switching between sources happens extremely fast without disturbing your live stream or causing an unstable broadcast feed.
Control of the unit is done via front-panel push buttons, RS-232 control, or Ethernet connector.
You can create and store up to 32 different configurations for creating video wall displays.
The HDMI ESD (Electro Static Discharge) protection keeps the switch working smoothly even when hot plugging and unplugging the HDMI cables.
A local HDMI output enables multiple previews of up to 16 sources.
Please Note: When Seamless Switch is enabled, 3D, Deep Color, or interlace (i.e., 1080i) formats will not be supported. To use these formats, make sure to disable Seamless Switch.
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ATEN 16 x 16 HDMI Matrix Switch with Scaler
  • AC Power Cord
  • Rackmount Kit
  • Limited 3-Year Warranty
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    ATEN VM51616H specs

    Video Input Connectors: 16 x HDMI Type A
    Impedance: 100 Ohms
    Max Distance: 16.40' / 5.00 m
    Video Output Connectors: 16 x HDMI Type A
    Impedance: 100 Ohms
    Max Distance: 49.21' / 15.00 m
    Video Max Data Rate: 6.75 Gb/s (2.25 Gb/s per Lane)
    Max Pixel Clock: 225 MHz
    Compliance: HDMI (3D, Deep Color), HDCP 1.4 Compatible, Consumer Electronics Control (CEC)
    Max Resolution: 1080p
    Audio Output: 1 x Stereo Mini Jack (Green)
    Control RS-232
    Connector: 1 x DB-9 Female
    Baud Rate: 19200
    Data Bits: 8
    Stop Bits: 1
    Parity: No
    Flow Control: No

    Connector: 1 x RJ45 (Female)
    EDID EDID Mode: Default / Port1 / Remix / Customized (EDID Wizard support)
    Power On/Off Switch: 1 x Rocker
    Connector: 1 x 3-Prong (Socket)
    Power: 100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
    Draw: 1 A
    Consumption 110V: 124.5 W
    Consumption 220V: 121.8 W
    Environmental Operating Temperature: 32 to 104°F / 0 to 40°C
    Storage Temperature: -4 to 140°F / -20 to 60°C
    Humidity: 0 to 80% Relative Humidity, Non-Condensing
    Rack Height 2U
    Dimensions 17.02 x 15.03 x 3.46" / 43.23 x 38.18 x 8.79 cm
    Weight 17.31 lb / 7.85 kg

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