Saelig introduces Teledyne LeCroy's quantumdata 280 HDTV A/V test set

January 30, 2018 Saelig Co. Inc.
quantum 280A from Saelig
quantum 280A from Saelig

Saelig has introduced Teledyne LeCroy quantumdata 280 HDMI/HDBaseT Video Generator (Tx) and Analyzer (Rx) - a compact, battery powered test set ideally suited for professional A/V integrators and home theatre installers. This convenient test set assists with fundamental verification and diagnostic tests on HDMI/HDBaseT cables, video distribution networks, and individual A/V components. The HDMI input and output ports support testing at data rates of up to 18Gbps and pixel rates of up to 600MHz. The HDBaseT input and output ports support testing at pixel rates up to 300MHz.

The Teledyne LeCroy 280 Test Set can quickly verify hot plug, +5V, EDID, HDCP, and video transmissions through a video distribution network, check interoperability between video sources, displays and distribution equipment, and diagnose video and protocol failures in cables, video distribution devices and components with a simple Pass/Fail indication on its LCD display.

Installing video equipment and distribution networks is a complex task. This is especially true for the newest 18Gbps network installations. The quantumdata 280 Test Set can quickly identify likely causes of problematic and expensive failure conditions such as no video, degraded video, flashing video, unexpected video or audio and other performance issues. Audio/video professionals will appreciate this affordable solution that helps bring quick resolution to these problems.

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