RGB Spectrum OmniWall 16/32 Display Processor
VGA & DVI Video Wall Processor for Large Video Wall Display Solutions
RGB Spectrum’s innovative OmniWall® Display Processor combines the versatility of a matrix switcher with the power of a video wall processor in a single platform, to offer an unprecedented level of functionality at an affordable price. Designed to support video wall display systems of all sizes and configurations, the OmniWall processor provides a solution that is powerful, cost-effective and ideal for a range of industrial and commercial applications.
The OmniWall display processor is the most flexible, scalable, large video wall system on the market. The processor is available in two chassis sizes: up to 16 inputs/outputs and up to 32 inputs/outputs. A single video wall processor can control several walls, while multiple units can be connected in parallel to support even the largest-sized walls (100 screens or more) without compromising performance.
Modular system architecture allows the OmniWall display processor to support a full range of digital and analog signal types including VGA, DVI, HDMI, 3G/HD-SDI, HDBaseT and fiber. Inputs can be routed to any output on a video wall or scaled over multiple monitors, and additional signals can also be displayed on auxiliary devices that are not part of a wall to enhance the versatility of the system.
The video wall processor supports DVI resolutions up to 1920×1200. HDCP-compliance allows the processor to display content-protected HDMI signals and the video wall display system also supports audio de-embedding and pass-through.
The video wall processor is easy to set up and control. A simple three-step process through the built-in Web Control Panel allows users to quickly build video wall layouts and save presets. The optional VIEW Controller for OmniWall further simplifies operation; using live thumbnail images, users simply drag-and-drop sources to displays, and the video wall will update immediately.
Built-in cable equalization extends input cable lengths to simplify system integration. In addition, each output connector can supply pin power to endpoints, eliminating the need for external power supplies. Combining a switcher and video wall processor into a single chassis reduces the overall energy requirements of the system, and processors are easy to reconfigure and expand as system requirements change.
Building on RGB Spectrum’s industry-renowned reliability, OmniWall display processors combine power and flexibility with real-time video processing and 24/7 robustness to offer an affordable solution for large video wall applications.