J+P to demonstrate 3G+4+ Tiling Transmitter at ISE 2018
Just Add Power (J+P), which is distributed by Avation, has announced it will be demonstrating its 3G+4+ Tiling Transmitter at ISE 2018 in Amsterdam, which is being held on 6-9 February at stand 5-S138.
The network video tiler allows any four 4K source devices to be displayed on a single screen instantly and enables users to simultaneously watch four 4K video sources in multiple formats, including single-screen, video wall or tiled video.
Added to the J+P Ultra HD over IP matrix switching system, the 3G+4+ Tiling Transmitter gives integrators the power to create up to four customisable windows with easy presets, picture in picture or picture over picture, and adjust the transparency of images for multi-layered, dynamic display. Multiple tiling transmitters can be stacked together to add more sources and allow an infinite number of windows within windows.
“As video source requirements become more complex and dynamic, the tiler provides multi-view capabilities for up to four 4K sources for any residential or commercial setting,” says J+P sales team manager Taft Stricklin.
The 3G+4+ Tiling Transmitter is a flexible device that can be applied to any size commercial installation requiring multi-view functionality, providing video support for resolutions up to full 4K HDR compatibility. Once tiled, the video feed can be distributed to an unlimited number of screens, making it the ideal solution for commercial spaces and any size video wall configuration.
The 3G+4+ Tiling Transmitter is fully compatible with all 2G and 3G installations, providing seamless integration in applications demanding 4K tiling capabilities on select displays in the network or all displays. It provides integrators with a revenue-building opportunity to easily add tiling capabilities to their clients’ existing J+P 2G or 3G systems.
“The 3G+4+ Tiling Transmitter adds increased value to our 2G and 3G Ultra HD over IP matrix switching systems and allows end-users to brand their unique content on an almost limitless number of screens,” says Taft.