Extron Announces VTG 400DVI Video and Audio Test Generator Now Shipping
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Anaheim, California (April 16, 2009) - Extron Electronics is pleased to announce that the VTG 400DVI is now shipping. The VTG 400DVI is a professional quality Video and Audio Test Generator for setting up, testing, calibrating, and troubleshooting today's complex video and audio systems. lt offers DVI output for use with digital display devices, and delivers accurate, full bandwidth video signal reproduction and high performance audio test signals. In addition to DVI, analog high resolution computer-video, component video, S-video, and composite video are supported. When used with DVI devices, the VTG 400DVI will display the native resolution whenever new EDID data is received. The VTG 400DVI also offers Scope-Trigger, a patented feature that enables analysis of a specific area within the pattern image using an oscilloscope.
"The VTG 400DVI is a professional-quality reference tool with powerful capabilities that enable proof of performance for commissioning and testing AV systems," says Lee Dodson, Vice President of Marketing for Extron Electronics. "By including the DVI output signal on the VTG 400DVI, we can now support devices and systems that use this popular digital video format."
The VTG 400DVI offers 34 video test patterns, several with adjustable levels, and seven audio test reference signals with selectable frequencies and output levels. A total of 113 output rates are pre-programmed for high resolution computer-video, HDTV, 16:9, plasma, and RGB, as well as standard definition component video, S-video, and composite video. An intuitive control panel allows for quick and easy access to video or audio test signals and settings. The VTG 400DVI can be programmed and upgraded with custom scan rates through the RS-232 port using the included Extron control software. Versatile and lightweight, the VTG 400DVI is appropriate for field and bench testing, or permanent installation in integrated AV systems.