Jerusalem, Israel– March 23, 2006 – Celebrating their 25th Anniversary in 2006, Kramer Electronics, Ltd., an ISO 9001 : 2000 certified company, and a worldwide supplier of audio, video and computer graphics signal distribution, switching and processing equipment, is pleased to announce the introduction of the VP-100A Computer Graphics Video Interface.
A computer graphics video interface, by industry accepted definitions, should do several specific things. Kramer’s new VP-100A computer graphics video interface addresses every one of these items. The VP-100A accepts a computer graphics video signal on a 15-pin HD connector and outputs an RGBHV signal on 5 BNC connectors with recessed and adjustable EQ and defeat-able Horizontal and Vertical shift controls. It supports ID bits on pins 4 and 11 and it has a very high bandwidth of 430MHz @-3db. It provides a fully buffered (active) local monitor output on a 15-pin HD connector. And, it accepts an unbalanced stereo audio input and provides a fully balanced stereo audio output with recessed L and R level controls.
“We have offered a number of very good computer graphics video interfaces in our line over the years, but the VP-100A is the culmination of taking all the input we have received from our dealers and end users, and incorporating it into one product that does everything well,” states Chris Kopin, vice president of Product Development for Kramer Electronics USA. “The VP-100A is, in our opinion, a perfect computer graphics video interface and our dealers and customers will find it to be an extremely valuable tool for use in their systems.”
In addition to doing everything necessary to be an ideal computer graphics video interface, the VP-100A will also output an RGBS signal in addition to the standard RGBHV signal.
The VP-100A is housed in a compact desktop enclosure and operates via an internal worldwide power supply. It is now in stock and available through Kramer Electronics sales companies worldwide.
Distributors can only sell to resellers at dealer price or higher and no selling direct to end-users