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Optiva OTP-1DVI2A DVI / VGA / RGBHV / RGB & Stereo Analog Audio

DVI with Audio Transmission over Fiber
The Optiva OTP-1DVI2A provides for the transmission of 1 channel of single- or dual-link DVI / VGA video with stereo analog audio, over long or short distances, using a single fiber.

In addition, our innovative Optiva video, audio and data media transport system was designed to maintain lossless fiber extension between input and output signals. New signals may be added to most products without the need for additional fiber through our proprietary daisy-chain technology, with the exception of DVI, 3G HD-SDI, GigE and USB, which may be added using additional fiber or optical multiplexing on a single fiber. . The Optiva line of products also includes insert cards for up to 16 channels of multiplexing / demultiplexing, 16×16 matrix switching, optical add/drop, as well as remote system monitoring.

System Design
Optiva insert cards support both 19 rackmount and compact tabletop or wall-mountable enclosures. The 3RU 19 rackmount enclosures (Models: OT-CC-16 & OT-CC-16F) can support up to 16 insert cards as well as dual-redundant, hot-swappable power supplies utilizing two 100 watt or two 200 watt power supplies. Also available in the rackmount form factor is our 1RU enclosure (Model: OT-CC- 6-1U) which can accomodate six insert cards and utilizes two 60 watt power supplies. For desktop or wall mounting applications there are one-slot (Model: OT-DTCR-1) and two-slot (Model: OT-DTCR-2) enclosures. Both use an external wall mount power supply.

Features

  • Format conversion: D-to-A or A-to-D
  • Multimode or singlemode fiber options (up to 70 km over one fiber)
  • Supports single / dual link DVI resolutions up to 2560 x 1600
  • Supports VGA resolutions up to 1920×1200
  • Supports component video (RGBHV / RGB)
  • H & V sync frequency range of 60 to 85 Hz
  • 3.5 mm audio connector
  • 3-Year warranty

APPLICATIONS

  • Digital signage / remote kiosks
  • Command and control centers
  • Digital cinema