02.11.2008 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Wohler unveils 19in HD video monitor

PANORAMAdtv, the video products division of Wohler Technologies, announced the release of the HDMon-190, an HD 19in widescreen monitor designed to meet the needs of broadcast professionals in both field and studio applications. It includes motion processing capabilities and user-adjustable scaling and interpolation for monitoring of interlaced images.

The new HDMon-190 features a 1440 x 900 TFT/LCD screen and supports HD/SD-SDI signals with buffered loop-through, composite and component video, S-video, DVI, HDMI, and PC graphics up to WUXGA resolution. Users can view video signals in a 4:3 or 16:9 aspect ratio.

The monitor's high-resolution screen, which accepts video signals up to 1920 x 1080/60p, is pre-adjusted to meet SMPTE/EBU colorimetric and color gamut specifications for CRT models. Its standard CRT functions include channel isolate, overscan, underscan, and power-saving auto off, as well as automatic and manual color temperature.

Control settings are easy to access from the monitor’s 7RU front panel, and an integrated 10/100BaseT Ethernet connection allows remote configuration via the included Windows-based NETMON software application. This remote feature allows users to employ a laptop or PC to adjust and configure units, as well as copy and paste setups from one monitor to another.

For more information, visit www.wohler.com.

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