Shinybow SB-5642LCM 4x2 HDMI Matrix Routing Switcher w/ Full EDID Management/Learning
The Shinybow SB-5642LCM is a high-performance 4x2 matrix routing switcher for HDMI signals. This switcher supports data rates up to 6.75 Gbps, enabling 1080p HDMI formats and UXGA/WUXGA/DVI resolutions to any HD display. High Definition Digital signals can be selected and distributed to any (2) outputs simultaneously. The switcher is certified as being fully HDMI and HDCP compliant, with RoHS, CE, FCC certification. Supports high resolution HDMI sources routed to HDMI displays, monitors, projector or audio receivers. The EDID can be selected between (7) different modes. Control is provided via front panel push buttons, IR remote or via RS-232. A RS-232 Windows GUI interface is provided for matrix routing. The SB-5642LCM is our next-generation 4x2 HDMI matrix routing switch, designed for multiple sources and displays. There are (4) HDMI connections for inputs and (2) HDMI connections for outputs located on the back panel. This unit has EDID management and EDID memory, including a new feature called “Fast Speed Start®” which permits switching between HDMI sources in as little as two seconds. The SB-5642LCM supports a bandwidth of 6.75Gbps and data rates up to 2.5 Gbps, enabling 1080p HDMI formats and UXGA DVI resolutions. Building upon our successful 5642 series, the SB-5642LCM’s front panel includes an LCD display with (2) data display lines. Functional manual control is achieved through push buttons located on the front panel. External functional control is achieved through a RS-232 connection or through the IR remote control. The RS-232 connection allows functions to be controlled by systems like Control4 (drivers included) or any computerized software/hardware control system. When using the SB-5642LCM matrix routing switch, one-to-many or many-to-one connections can be established. You can easily connect any input device to any output device. You can also establish a single input device to many output devices, eliminating the need to constantly re-route video input and output cables.