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Opus works extended

Opus works extended

Opus works extended

New to the Opus Series of 4K HDR integration products, Atlona has added a 4x1 HDMI HDBaseT switcher and receiver combination in the form of the AT-OPUS-RX41.

Comprising three HDMI inputs for local devices and one HDBaseT input to receive video, the combination also accepts embedded audio, Ethernet pass-through, power and bidirectional control signals for distances up to 100m. Capable of displaying 4K/UHD HDR content from a centralised matrix switcher or one of the connected local sources, the AT-OPUS-RX41 supports 4K/UHD @ 60Hz with 4:4:4 chroma sampling and high dynamic range formats, such as HDR10, HLG and Dolby Vision. Extension of CEC as well as bidirectional IR and RS-232 signals over HDBaseT allows a control system connected to the OPUS-RX41 to select inputs on the matrix. Alternatively, it can manage its sources for the matrix to control the local room display.


The US designer has also unveiled a Velocity System 10-inch touchpanel for integrations into lobbies, corridors or meeting space exteriors where a visual means of displaying room availability is required. The AT-VTP-1000VL features PoE connectivity and a 1280×800 native resolution screen with a capacitive glass surface for supporting multitouch use. The larger 10-inch size provides additional space for more complex user control of videowalls, high-density matrix switchers or audio DSPs. For adoption in either landscape or portrait orientation, bezel LED lighting surrounds the panel edge to create a visual representation of room status in scheduling applications. Scheduling and AV control GUIs can be automatically uploaded from the Velocity System hardware or software server gateway during system configuration. A dual-purpose wall or glass mount kit is included with the standard VESA 75 pattern providing compatibly with other options. An optional AT-VTP-VTM tabletop mounting kit is available for placement on a meeting table or lectern.

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