PORTLAND — At the InfoComm 2016 show, Apantac plans to showcase the Mi-16, a family of 3G/HD/SD-SDI video multiviewers.
Designed for government, house of worship, fly pack and mobile production applications, the new models in the Mi-16 range are based off the company’s TAHOMA multiviewer family. Features include low power consumption of 15W; passive loop outs, allowing users to keep track of a source even if the multiviewer is turned off; analog and digital clocks; up and down timers; video and audio alarms; and an optional redundant power supply.
The company plans to demonstrate three models at InfoComm, including the Mi-16 16x1, a multiviewer with 16 3G/HD/SD-SDI inputs with passive loop-outs and HDMI and SDI output; the Mi-16+, a single- or dual-output multiviewer; and the Mi-16#, a dual-output multiviewer, which allows for each input to be resized and duplicated up to 16 times and assigned to both outputs.
According to Apantac, the Mi-16 family offers a large set of features in a small footprint: 1 RU wide and 10-inches long.