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tvONE MOD-848

  • Modular input and output card, each with eight connectors
  • Supports resolutions up to 1920 x 1200
  • Advanced EDID management for rapid integration of sources and displays
  • RS-232 Serial interface for remote control via a computer or automation control system
  • Built in Web server, Telnet, and UDP control via IP
  • IR control via front panel sensor and rear panel IR port
  • Front-panel LCD display
  • Front-panel push buttons for local switching
  • Routing states can be stored and recalled at the touch of a button
  • Dual redundant hot-swappable power supplies
  • Removable and replaceable fan and filter modules
  • Output masking command
  • Rack-mountable
SKU: TV1-MOD848 Category:

Product Description

The MOD-848 8×8 Modular Matrix provides an all-in-one professional solution to route up to 8 DVI or DisplayPort sources to any 8 DVI outputs, supporting resolutions up to 1920 x 1200. The modular design of this 8×8 matrix provides the ultimate in flexibility by allowing the combination of different input and output cards and the extension of inputs and outputs over CAT5-ELR or fiber. The front-panel LCD displays the current routing status. Each source is accessible to any display by using the front-panel push buttons, the RS-232 interface, or through IP Control (with built-in web server, Telnet, and UDP). Hot-swappable dual redundant power supplies allow these matrixes to be used in demanding 24/7 applications where enhanced reliability, ease of servicing, and zero down-time are required.


Connect up to 8 DVI or DisplayPort sources to the inputs on the MOD-848 8×8 Modular Matrix. DVI sources can be connected directly, or using CAT-5 or fiber, depending on input card used. Connect up to 8 displays via DVI, CAT-5, or Fiber Optic cables depending on which output card is utilized. Connect an Ethernet cable from the network to the RJ-45 connector to use the built-in web server, Telnet, or UDP capability to control routing, EDID, and other functions. Connect an RS-232 cable from a RS-232 control device to control the matrix via RS-232. Connect the included AC power cords to the matrix and plug them into available electrical outlets. All sources will be routed as selected.