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Avue HDMI to HD-SDI Converter
Functions: Signal Conversion







 SKU:   1025465560
 Manufacturer:   Avue
 Mfg. Part number:   SDH-T01
 Retail Price:   $250.00
 Our Price:    $136.08
 




  

AVUE"s SDH-T01 HDMI to SDI converter converts HDMI audio/video embedded signal to a broadcast quality SDI signal such as HD-SDI and 3G-SDI. It can be used to display in SDI devices. SDH-T01 converts signal by pass-through based on conversion technology, executing the picture quality more accurate. Applies leading video conversion technology to convert HDMI to SDI signal, 3G-SDI supported. SDH-T01 can automatically detect HDMI resolution, Plug and play, no drivers or software required, and with a dual SDI output, making you enjoy the convenience and the visual output. SDH-T01 has a special detecting technology in the Input. It supports all specifications of HDMI1.3. The output can be up to 3G-SDI 1080P 24Hz/30Hz, Maximum bit rate of 2.97G/S. It can meet the entire professional requirement of the Radio/Television broadcast room.






Manufacturer
Avue

Manufacturer Part Number
SDH-T01

Manufacturer Website Address
http://www.avueinc.com

Brand Name
Avue

Product Model
SDH-T01

Product Name
HDMI to HD-SDI Converter

Product Type
Signal Converter

Functions
Signal Conversion

Maximum Resolution
1920 x 1080

HDMI
Yes

Height
1"

Width
3.8"

Depth
4.3"

Weight (Approximate)
7.05 oz

Manufacturer
Avue

Manufacturer Part Number
SDH-T01

Manufacturer Website Address
http://www.avueinc.com

Brand Name
Avue

Product Model
SDH-T01

Product Name
HDMI to HD-SDI Converter

Product Type
Signal Converter

Functions
Signal Conversion

Maximum Resolution
1920 x 1080

Digital Signal
Yes

HDMI
Yes

Number of HDMI Inputs
1

SDI
Yes

Number of SDI Outputs
2

Height
1"

Width
3.8"

Depth
4.3"

Weight (Approximate)
7.05 oz
   
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