HDM200 - HD via 2 x HDMI inputs to 1 x DVB-T out Modulator.
For price, see our offline price list section 1.01.
Bringing High Definition to coaxial distribution networks. The HDM200 has been specifically configured into a low cost stand alone case converting existing HD outputs from any source into a single High Definition ‘Freeview’ compatible digital multiplex for further distribution and viewable on any ‘Freeview’ 1080i screen.
The HDM200 works by offering the incoming HDMI signals into an MPEG-2 encoder wherebythe signals are converted into a digital bit stream. This is modulated into a standard 8MHzDVB-T (COFDM) multiplex.
Programmed via the front panel, our simple menu based setup screen allows the titling (up to 15 characters) and channel numbering with a whole host of extra features, such as channel tuning and level adjustment.
Use for converting to COFDM from HDMI sources: satellite receivers, HD CCTV cameras, Blu-ray and DVD players or distributing in-house channels (infomation, advertising). Also works perfectly with Raspberry Pi with or without XMBC media centre software installed.
Video: 2 x HDMI / DVI
Connectors: 2 x HDMI, f connector for a terr. loop through
Audio compression: MPEG 1 layer II
Video compression: MPEG2
Resolution: 1080i, 720p, 576i, 573p ****
Insertion of PSI/SI tables: PAT, PMT, SDT, NIT
LCN processing: European norm / full UK LCN support
Editable Channel and Info titles: YES
Output standard: ETSI EN 300 744 (DVB-T)
Carriers: 2K, 4K, 8K
Output format: COFDM,16QAM, 64QAM
Channel bandwidth: 6, 7, 8MHz
Output frequencies: 45...858MHz
Maximum output level: 90 dBµV
Output attenuation: 0…-15dB
MER (typical): 33dB
Connector: f connector
Power consumption: 11W
Temperature range: 0…+45ºC
Local interface: LCD + buttons
Remote interface: via Ethernet
A suitable graphic card (50Hz output preferred) generating Video/static HD quality graphics can be converted to DVB-T (‘Freeview’ HD compliant).
This can then be distributed around conference areas, hotels, hospitals, prisons, schools, gyms or any commercial/private premises using existent coaxial distibution.