Digital Multi Switcher
MSD-402

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  • Connector.

    4 Inputs / 2 Outputs

    Inputs: HDMI x 2, HDBaseT x 2 / Outputs: HDMI x 1, HDBaseT x 1

  • Connector.

    Picture in Picture

    Side-by-Side and free layout PinP is available with 16 presets

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    Scaler & Scan Converter

    It provides fast switching, auto input channel switching, aspect ratio auto control, and more.

The IDK MSD-402 Digital Multi Switcher provides 4 inputs and 2 outputs and has a built-in scan converter.

For video input, 2 HDBaseT and 2 HDMI/DVI are included. Input video signals are converted to HDMI/DVI signals or HDBaseT signals output at resolutions at up to QWXGA or 1080p. Analog video signal can be input by using HDC-TH200 with the MSD, and the configuration enables remote input channel switching.

For audio input, 4 digital inputs are included. Selected audio signals are output to digital audio and analog audio. Audio levels of each input and output can be set individually.

RS-232C and LAN are provided as communication ports for external control communication to enable you to set menus remotely. Bidirectional LAN communication is supported for HDBaseT input/output. Supports IDK’s byod control solution, IQ Control.

Input

Video
  • 2 Inputs
    • HDMI Deep Color (*1) / DVI 1.0
    • HDCP 1.4
    • TMDS single link
    • TMDS clock: 25 MHz to 225 MHz
    • Built-in digital cable equalizer
    • EDID emulation
    • Connector:  Female HDMI Type A (19-pin)
  • 2 inputs
    • HDMI Deep Color (*1) / DVI 1.0
    • HDCP 1.4 (*2)
    • TMDS clock: 25 MHz to 225 MHz
    • EDID emulation
    • Connector: RJ-45 (*3)
    • Cable: Cat5e UTP / STP, Cat 6 UTP / STP, CAT.5E HDC cable (*4)
  • VGA to QWXGA
    • WUXGA / QWXGA are supported only with reduced blanking
  • 480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p
Audio
  • 4 Inputs
    • Multi-channel linear PCM up to 8 channels
    • Sampling frequency: 32 kHz to 192 kHz
    • Sample bit: 16 bit to 24 bit
    • Reference level: -20 dBFS
    • Max input level: 0 dBFS
    • Connectors: Female HDMI Type A (19-pin),  RJ-45

Output

Video
  • 1 Output
    • HDMI Deep Color (*1) / DVI 1.0
    • HDCP 1.4
    • TMDS single link
    • Connector: Female HDMI Type A (19-pin)
  • 1 Output
    • HDMI Deep Color (*1) / DVI 1.0
    • HDCP 1.4 (*2)
    • Connector: RJ-45 (*3)
    • Cable: Cat5e UTP / STP, Cat 6 UTP / STP, CAT.5E HDC cable (*4)
  • VGA, SVGA, XGA, WXGA(1280×768), WXGA(1280×800), Quad-VGA, SXGA, WXGA(1360×768), WXGA(1366×768), SXGA+, WXGA+, WXGA++, UXGA, WSXGA+, VESA1080, WUXGA, QWXGA
    • VESA1080 / WUXGA / QWXGA are only output as reduced blanking
  • 480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p
Audio
  • 2 Outputs
    • Multi-channel linear PCM up to 8 channels
    • Sampling frequency: 32 kHz to 192 kHz
    • Sample bit: 16 bit to 24 bit
    • Reference level: -20 dBFS
    • Max output level: 0 dBFS
    • Connector: Female HDMI Type A (19-pin), RJ-45
  • 2 Outputs
    • Stereo LR balanced and unbalanced signals
      • Balanced signal
        • Output impedance: 100 Ω
        • Reference level: -4 dBu
        • Max. output level: +16 dBu
      • Unbalanced signal
        • Output impedance: 50 Ω
        • Reference level: -10 dBu
        • Max. output level: +10 dBu
    • Connector: Terminal block (5-pin)
  • Misc

    Signal Transmission Distance
    • HDMI / DVI: From 33 ft./10 m up to 99 ft. / 30 m (*5)
    • HDBaseT: Up to 330 ft./100 m (*6)
    • HDMI / DVI: Max. 16.4 ft./5 m
    • HDBaseT: Up to 330 ft./100 m (*6)
    Functions
    • Aspect ratio control
    • Picture adjustment (brightness, contrast, display position, display size)
    • Seamless Switching (*7)
    • Picture-in picture (PinP)
    • All function settings through browser
    • Auto input detection and switching
    • Volume adjustment (volume of input and output ports can be set separately)
    • Cross-point memory (storage for 9 settings)
    • Preset memory (16 settings and startup settings)
    • Last memory
    • Anti-Snow (*8)
    • Connection Reset (*9)
    • Operation Lock
    External Control
    • 1 port / RS-232C
      • Connector: Terminal block (3-pin)
    • 1 port / LAN (8 connections)
      • 10Base-T (Auto neg.), 100Base-TX (Auto neg.), Auto MDI/MDI-X
      • Connector: RJ-45
    • Remote input channel switching on HDC-TH200 through HDBaseT
    Other Info
    • Power: 100-240 VAC ± 10 %, 50 Hz / 60 Hz ± 3 Hz
    • Output: 12 VDC 3 A (power supply unit is supplied)
    • Power consumption: About 29 watts
    • Dimensions: 8.27″ x 1.73″ x 9.84″ / 210 mm (W) x 44 mm (H) x 250 mm (D)
    • Weight: 4.19 lbs. approx. / 1.9 kg
    • Temperature
      • Operating: 32 °F to 104 °F / 0° C to + 40 °C
      • Storage: -4 °F to + 176 °F / -20° C to + 80 °C
      • Humidity: Operating / Storage 20 % to 90 % (non-condensing)
    • (*1) 30 bit/pixel (10 bit/component) Deep Color is supported while xvYCC, Lip Sync, 3D, ARC and HEC are not supported.
    • (*2) Only HDBaseT output does not support HDCP-compliant DVI signals.
    • (*3) RJ-45 (HDBaseT connector) is only for Cat5e / Cat6 twisted pair cable. Please do not use it for LAN devices or the like.
    • (*4) T568A or T568B straight. For transmission longer than 164 ft. (50 m), Cat6 UTP/STP cable is recommended.
    • (*5) The extension distance depends on the connected I/O devices. The distance mentioned above is the maximum extension range acquired when IDK’s AWG24 cable was used and signals of 1080p@60 24 bit / pixel (8 bit / component) was input or output. With some I/O combinations, and if you use cables of other manufacturer, video may be disturbed or may not be output even if signals are within the range mentioned above.
    • (*6) If connected to a device whose status is significantly bad, video signal can be unstable or cannot be output. Check the operation beforehand or contact us.
    • (*7) Seamless switching with a black frame.
    • (*8) The Anti-snow feature automatically fixes snow noise that is a specific symptom of HDCP-compliant signals and mainly occurs at start-up. This feature does not work when snow noise has already occurred during startup or when it occurs due to a bad condition of the transmission line.
    • (*9) For digital systems, some problems, such as an HDCP authentication error, can often be recovered by physically disconnecting and reconnecting the digital cables. However, the Connection Reset feature will fix these problems automatically without the need to physically plug and unplug the cables. It creates the same condition as if the cable were physically disconnected and reconnected. This feature only works for the MSD’s output. If other devices are connected between the MSD’s output and sink device, this feature may be invalid.