Smart-AVI PresenterPro-HD Digital Signage Card

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Smart-AVI PresenterPro-HD Digital Signage Card
Key Features
  • 1920 x 1200 Resolution
  • (8) Video Channels
  • Windows XP Compatible
  • DVI
The Smart-AVI PresenterPro-HD Digital Signage Card is a powerful, PCI-Express 2.0 video card capable of displaying up to (8) discreet channels of video from a Windows PC computer. The system is based on the ATI Radeon HD3850 and comes with 512MB of on-board RAM. Each display is completely independent from one another and produces crystal clear images that can be used in a variety of commercial and industrial settings; whether it's retail, transportation, or advertising, the PresenterPro-HD is up to the task.
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Smart-AVI PresenterPro-HD Digital Signage Card

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Smart-AVI Presenter Pro HD Overview

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  • 2Advertising
  • 3Transportation
  • 4Retail
  • 5Theme Parks
  • 6Additional Features
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The Smart-AVI PresenterPro-HD Digital Signage Card is a powerful, PCI-Express 2.0 video card capable of displaying up to (8) discreet channels of video from a Windows PC computer. The system is based on the ATI Radeon HD3850 and comes with 512MB of on-board RAM. Each display is completely independent from one another and produces crystal clear images that can be used in a variety of commercial and industrial settings; whether it's retail, transportation, or advertising, the PresenterPro-HD is up to the task.

The card comes equipped with (4) DVI outputs and can be converted easily to work with standard 15-Pin D-Sub analog signals. With resolutions up to 1920 x 1200, the system is capable of displaying full HD resolution that produces stunning results every time. Multimedia presentations will never be the same! Smart-AVI's intuitive software makes setting up each display quick and easy. The unit be used up to 20' (6.1 m) locally, or 1000' (304.8 m) remotely when combined with additional Cat5/6 hardware.

Advertising

Virtually wipe out printing costs while rapidly increasing your advertising income by selling "space" to advertisers using your digital signage.

Transportation

Arrival and departure times, as well as announcements and messages locations and updates as frequently as necessary.

Retail

Target consumers directly with in-store displays, in fast-food restaurants, banks, department stores and shopping malls.

Theme Parks

Display wait time information, entertainment scheduling, ride safety videos or food merchandising promotion to thousands of visitors each day.

Additional Features

Design based on ATI Radeon HD3850 series (RV670PRO).
On-board with 512MB GDDR3 high-speed memory.
Unified superscalar shader architecture built-in 320 stream processing units.
Built-in HDMI support for HD video with multi-channel (5.1) AC3 support, enabling a plug-and-play cable-less audio solution.
Hardware processing UVD (Universal Video Decoder) delivers sharp images and vibrant color fidelity with 1080p playback of Blu-ray and HD-DVDs.
Quad-DVI display port supports resolutions up to 1920 x 1200 through single-link DVI, or 2560 x 1600 through dual-link DVI, HDCP.
ATI CrossFire multi-GPU technology support.
High-Speed 128-bit HDR (High Dynamic Range) rendering.
ATI Avivo HD technology includes fully-integrated HD audio capabilities and supports playback of multi-channel (5.1) audio streams.

Smart-AVI Presenter Pro HD Specs

ResolutionSingle-Link
1920 x 1200

Dual-Link
2560 x 1600 (HDCP)
Inputs/OutputsDVI: DVI (x4 Output)
RAM512MB
RangeLocal: 20' (6.1 m)
Remote: 1000' (304.8 m)
Compatible Operating SystemsWindows XP
Power RequirementsPhantom
Power ConsumptionNot Specified By Manufacturer
Dimensions (WxHxD)Not Specified By Manufacturer
WeightNot Specified By Manufacturer
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