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SDVoE receiver in OPS format



SDVoE receiver in OPS format

TT-SDVoE-OPSC-Rx is a professional Audio/Video/USB SDVoE receiver compatible with all displays equipped with the standard OPS interface: it allows professional displays equipped with this interface to be integrated directly to the Audio/Video/USB network according to the open SDVoE standard, without additional hardware with a simple connection to the fiber optic or copper network.


OPS stands for Open Pluggable Specification, an open standard plug-in format that was developed by Intel™ to add flexibility and processing capabilities to professional displays.
The OPS connector allows the connected device to receive ii power signal and transmit ii 4K video signal according to DP and HDMI standards, stereo audio, and USB connectivity.
The main advantage is the simplicity of implementation. Because the module is integrated into the screen, it does not require any specific wiring, additional power supply or installation space on the back of the screen. Maintenance is also extremely simple because the OPS module can be replaced very easily without the need for dedicated tools. The TT-SDVoE-OPSC-Rx receiver integrates a state-of-the-art ASIC chip that enables the reception of high-quality, latency-free 4K signals, and also integrates a powerful scaler and multiviewer compatible with the SDVoE standard inside.

SDVoE over OPS format allows a professional display or video wall to be connected directly to the open system

and interoperable strand-based SDVoE, without additional external devices.

Video over IP transmission of the highest quality 1 0Gb/s Ethernet network ensures the transport of 4K signals in

absence of compression on the visible signal

Zero latency the latency of transmission is less than one millisecond.

Highly reliable H24 operation for intensive use.

USB (HID) ability to connect keyboard and mouse (KVM) or a touch monitor.

Data security the transmission of information and ecrypted according to the AES-128 standard

Low power consumption: based on ASIC, which consumes 1 80% less power than FPGA.

Technical specifications.