Decimator Design DMON-16SL multiviewer
LONDON — Decimator Design launched two products to extend the company’s multiviewer range: DMON-16S and DMON-16LS.
The portable DMON-16S is a 1-to-16 channel multiviewer with SDI and HDMI outputs for 3G/HD/SD, including custom layouts, UMDs, audio meters, graticules and tallies.
Low-latency buffering allows non-synchronous inputs, with each independent window able to display any 3G/HD/SD format of any frame rate simultaneously. Multiview layouts are customizable, with various standard layouts also available for selection. Positioning and size of the 16-character UMDs and eight-channel audio metering overlays are also customizable. Other features include 32 GPIs on 37-pin D-SUB for tallies and remote switching. RS422/485 is also available on the 37-pin D-SUB for dynamic UMD and tallies using TSL protocol.
A ‘Lite’ version of the DMON-16S, the DMON-16SL is a low-cost 1-to-16 channel multiviewer with HDMI output, for 3G/HD/SD, including custom layouts. As with the DMON-16S, the DMON-16SL has low-latency buffering that allows non-synchronous inputs, with each independent window able to display any 3G/HD/SD format of any frame rate simultaneously. Multiview layouts are fully customizable, with various standard layouts also available for selection. Output format is selectable in both full-screen and multiviewer modes. Customizable fixed identifier overlays are available per window, with additional audio ID overlay.
The DMON-16S and DMON-16SL are portable multiviewers that incorporate a new easy-to-use LCD screen and button control system. This gives access to the features without using complicated LED/button controls, dip switches, or having to carry around a computer to change a simple setting.
“The DMON-16S and DMON-16SL are low-cost, high-quality multiviewing solutions that combine the most popular features from Decimator’s existing multiviewer range, whilst extending their flexibility even further”, said Mike Wattley, sales manager at Symbiosis, master distributor for EMEA and the Americas.