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InfoComm 2016: tvONE to debut suite of new products

Duncan Proctor 18 May 2016
InfoComm 2016: tvONE to debut suite of new products

tvONE will introduce the ONErack universal rack mounting system at the Las Vegas show alongside new 4K and IP based products, and a range of video processing and signal distribution solutions.

Debuting at InfoComm, the ONErack (pictured) is a universal, powered mounting system that is designed to improve the rack installation of small devices. It converts randomly sized, externally powered devices from any manufacturer into slide-in modules that can be installed quickly and the front and rear access provides uniform cable management.

Elsewhere, tvONE will be showcasing the CORIOmaster and CORIOmaster mini video processors. Both solutions can manage up to four canvases for supporting multiple videowalls, while also performing various other video tasks simultaneously such as real-time 360 video rotation and multi-image processing.

The mini videowall processors offer anything in, anything out capability fully covering 4K. They can also accept IP streams up to 1080p, 4K file playback and 4K still images via USB3.0 and internal memory.

CORIOgrapher v2 control software for CORIOmaster and CORIOmaster mini will also be on show, which makes creation of custom videowalls faster, simplifying the management of collection of displays of different size, resolution and orientation.

Among the new 4K products at this year’s show is the 1T-MV-8474 4K Multiviewer, which can display up to four video windows simultaneously via 16 different fixed layouts. It supports seven inputs up to 3840×2160@30 on HDMI and 3840×2160@60 via DisplayPort.

The final new product tvONE will showcase is the 1T-CL-322-US Ethernet based control panel for system automation and remote control. The control panel consists of 16 LED backlit buttons, each programmable for either a single function or for recalling a sequence of commands in a macro.

InfoComm booth: C6818

tvONE video and multimedia processing

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