draco multiview 4K60
Display of up to four Single-Head video signals on one monitor.
The Draco MultiView 4K60 typically allows visualization scenarios common in air traffic control and control room applications, including 4:1 / 4:2 Single-Head or Dual-Head.
The individual screens can be arranged freely and displayed in diff erent modes:
Fullscreen Mode, Quadscreen Mode (Quad Mode), Picture-in-Picture Mode (PiP Mode), Preview Mode, 2+2 Mode and Free Mode. Presets allow instant switching between the desired layouts.
Real-time switching between the video sources is done by keyboard commands. External control options are possible via API or the GPIO interface.
Don‘t miss any audio alerts
The embedded audio signals can be output to a loudspeaker via a separate audio interface. Either the audio track of the currently active screen can be output or the various audio signals can be combined (summed) so that relevant signal tones can be heard at any time, regardless of the source.
Fail-safe and space-saving
The Draco MultiView 4K60 has redundant power supply and extensive SNMP options for status monitoring (video, PSU and switching status). It is build for 24/7 operation.
The Draco MultiView 4K60 seamlessly integrates with Draco vario extenders and Draco tera matrices.
- Integrated Single-Head and Dual-Head switch for 4K60 DisplayPort 1.2 or HDMI 2.0 video signals and USB
- Facilitates the monitoring of numerous video signals at a glance
- Reduce cost and effort by displaying on a single large monitor
- Redundant power supply for Single-Head and Dual-Head
- GPIO for control via pushbutton
- Cropping and zooming function
- Switching via keyboard, API and GPIO
- SNMP monitoring (Video Status, PSU Status, Switching Status)
- Amalgameted stereo audio or individual 8-channel audio with de-embedding
(analog or digital)
Dual-Head versions: 4,8 kg (10.6 lb)
The Draco MultiView 4K60 offers several operational modes:
Two independent monitors can each display any of the four input video signals (up to 4K).
Quadscreen mode (Quad mode)
Four video sources are displayed on one screen in equally-sized windows in 2 x 2 layout. The second display duplicates the first.
Picture-in-picture mode (PiP mode)
The main source image is presented on the left two thirds of the screen (in unchanged proportions). The three other sources are arranged vertically on the right edge of the screen. The second display duplicates the first.
The first screen shows one of the video sources as a preview image, the other three sources are shown on the second screen in a 2×2 arrangement.
Picture-by-picture mode (2+2 mode)
The four sources are split across two screens. Both monitors show two video sources side by side.
Both screens initially show all four video sources in a classic quad-screen layout (2×2). Each individual video source can be repositioned, resized, cropped and zoomed as required by the user. Four layout formats can be saved and recalled by user selection.
Everything you want to know about IHSE's Draco MultiView 4K60
The Draco MultiView 4K60 enables simultaneous operation of several computers from a single workstation by combining the functionality of a classic multiviewer with a desktop switch. It is capable of handling ultra-high-resolution video display up to 4K/UHD at 60 Hz frame rate.