Due to the high cost of professional SDI equipment, many opt for more easily accessible HDMI monitors as a substitute. In this case, an SDI to HDMI converter is practical.
Likewise, users may connect HDMI sources to their SDI monitors, where an HDMI to SDI converter is necessary.
SDI01E-12G and SDI02E-12G support a resolution of 4K@60Hz for both HDMI and 12G-SDI, delivering the best image performance. They are also backward compatible with lower resolutions and can be used with older devices.
With a power consumption of less than 5W, SDI01E-12G and SDI02E-12G can last for a long time even in outdoor environments.
SDI01E-12G (SDI to HDMI) features a local SDI loop-out port, while SDI02E-12G (HDMI to SDI) provides dual SDI output. The two-SDI-port design enables the connection with the display and an additional device such as a switcher for broadcasting purposes.
Both SDI01E-12G and SDI02E-12G adopt ASIC chips. ASIC chips are specialized processors designed for specific applications, which makes them more efficient and faster at performing particular tasks. They also consume less power and cost less than general-purpose processors.
You can choose different mounting options, such as Din-rail, wall-mounted, or rack-mounted. This flexibility lets you organize your audiovisual setup easily and keep your devices in order.
For specific projects, integrators may choose to embed the converter directly into devices such as monitors. SC&T has extensive experience in collaborating with a diverse range of industries, from design to manufacturing, assisting our clients in integrating and creating products tailored to meet their specific needs. Our professional engineers and FAE team possess the expertise and experience to work alongside you in developing solutions that address your unique requirements. We welcome the opportunity to discuss your needs with us.