Extron Introduces DVI 110 Signal Regenerator

The DVI 110 retimes and reshapes marginal or noisy DVI signals.
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Extron Electronics, a manufacturer of professional audio, video (A/V) integration products, introduces the DVI 110 signal regenerator for single link digital visual interface-digital only (DVI-D) signals.

The DVI 110 retimes and reshapes marginal or noisy DVI signals, such as those occasionally encountered on the output of consumer-grade graphics cards or notebook PCs, or when passive DVI couplers and wall plates are utilized within the signal path, Extron Electronics says in a written statement.

The DVI 110 helps to eliminate noise and reduce jitter at the output of the source, ensuring a strong, stable digital signal and improving system performance, says the company, which is headquartered in Anaheim, Calif.

“In an era of compact and portable digital devices with high resolution signal output, maintaining the quality of the digital signal throughout the signal path is an increasing challenge for A/V system designers and integrators,” says Casey Hall, Extron’s vice president of sales and marketing. “The DVI 110 helps to improve system performance by supporting optimal signal quality at the output of the source, ensuring the best possible signal at the display,” he adds.

The DVI 110 can be used in conjunction with the Extron DVI 101 or HDMI 101 cable equalizer to ensure optimal picture quality on a long cable run, the firm says. It can also be used with DVI or HDMI products that are equipped with input cable equalization, such as the Extron SMX HDMI and DVI Pro matrix boards, or DXP Series, DMS Series, and DCX Series digital matrix switchers. It is HDCP compliant and is fully compatible with HDMI signals when used with the appropriate Extron DVI-HDMI adapters.

The DVI 110 is housed in a compact 1" (2.5 cm) high, one-eighth rack width enclosure for easy placement and concealment.