Sync Processor

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Sync Processor is an interface that adapts computer signals to monitors, screens, projectors, and other video-display devices requirements. It automatically detects the input synchronization signal and converts it to SOG, HV Composite, or separate H and V. It can handle most input formats and synchronizations (RGsB, RGB/S, RGB HV). The synchronization type of signal can be independently set on each of the two outputs. Features include a 400MHz bandwidth, high-quality cable-loss compensation, universal automatic input sync processing, and universal built-in power supply. The unit is also a booster/equalizer. A high-resolution video signal (on BNC) can be driven on a BNC output up to 300m/1000'.

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