A Video Screen Splitter is a device which is used to relay images from multiple supplies simultaneously on a single characterize device. Alternatively known as a dispensing amplifier, this device transmits images without data loss and it appears as though the source is directly connected to the characterize. Consisting of two units, a local transmitter placed next to the source and a receiver placed next to the characterize, this device has the capability of splitting and boosting the signals. obtainable in 2, 4, 8 and 16 orts, they can also be cascaded or daisy chained together to unprotected to a greater configuration. Amongst the various models of the screen splitter obtainable in the market, the most shared ones are the DVI Splitter, the VGA Audio video splitter, VGA Video, S-Video, part Video, HDMI Video and Composite Video splitter. All these models are classified on the basis of the video signals that they relay.
Some meaningful features shared to all these models are easy installation, plug and play functionality, no requirement of additional software or device drivers and long distance transmission of the video signals while maintaining signal integrity. While the DVI and HDMI splitter are highly demanded models, the most basic one is the VGA splitter.
however, the Quad Video Splitter is the most inventive device in the KVM industry as it simultaneously displays signals from four analog or digital supplies on a single characterize device. This unit has numerous characterize modes such as the Quad mode wherein the screen is divided into four fields of equal size with each field displaying content from one source respectively. The PIP mode is one in which up to three video supplies is displayed as thumbnails on the right hand side of the complete screen image. The dual mode allows the left halves of the complete screen images from two video supplies to be displayed side by side at complete size and the complete screen mode allows one of the four video supplies to be shown at complete screen size and maximum resolution.
All the different types of the Video Screen splitter are FCC and CE certified in addition as RoHS compliant and allow switching between supplies by front panel push buttons and RS232. High end models permit switching by IR and TCP/IP control in addition. Ideal for situations where images from various supplies need to be replicated on a single screen, they find usage in far away monitoring and surveillance facilities, financial, commercial, educational, government and military environments.