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MuxLab Introduces 2 Portable Signal Generating Testing Tools to Assist Integrators

At InfoComm 2017, MuxLab will unveil its HDMI 2.0/3G-SDI Signal Generator (500830) and HDMI 2.0/3G-SDI Signal Analyzer (500831).

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At InfoComm, MuxLab will unveil the latest in its line of useful accessories for the professional AV integrator. The HDMI 2.0/3G-SDI Signal Generator (500830) and the HDMI 2.0/3G-SDI Signal Analyzer (500831) work separately or in tandem to provide all the tools needed to quantify and qualify AV signal delivery in the field.

Both units are portable for autonomous operation anytime and anywhere and support up to 5 hours of operation on a single charge via an internal rechargeable Lithium-ion battery.

The Signal Generator provides SD/HD/3G SDI and HDMI 2.0 test patterns in a full range of resolutions up to 4K@60Hz (4:4:4). It provides a comprehensive selection of tools to test the performance of projectors, monitors and TV displays.

When combined with the Signal Analyzer, the entire cable infrastructure can be qualified. The Signal Generator includes various test patterns, resolutions, refresh rates, color spaces and other related parameters ideal for testing sink devices and AV infrastructures.

The Signal Analyzer gives the ability to analyze the integrity of SD/HD/3G SDI and HDMI 2.0 signals in a full range of resolutions up to 4K@60Hz (4:4:4).

The unit assists users in validating the capabilities and proper operation of their source devices. Combined, the Signal Generator and Analyzer give integrators everything they need to deliver a high functioning, validated AV transmission system.

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