06.18.2009 10:37 AM
Extron rolls out USP 507 signal processor

Extron Electronics has introduced the USP 507, a universal signal processor that provides video scaling, transcoding and analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog video conversion.

The USP 507 features a seven-input switcher that supports all common analog and digital video formats, from composite video to DVI, RGBHV and optional SDI/HD-SDI. Advanced video processing automatically detects the input video format and applies high-performance scaling. Two RGBHV outputs are standard, plus an Extron MTP twisted pair output that enhances integration flexibility.

In addition, optional output boards are available for scan-converted video, DVI and HD-SDI. The USP 507 is well-suited for applications that require universal compatibility to accept any input video format and produce high-quality video for display.



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