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Sierra Video : SV-MV-QUAD

By: Sierra Video
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SierraView™ Multi-Viewer
The Sierra Video's SierraView SV-MV-QUAD offers up to 4 video inputs (HD-SDI, SDI, and two DVI-I) and is perfect for small broadcast and Pro AV applications. It is offered with our without a local control panel and is housed in a 1RU frame. The 1RU remote control panel is optional.

The SierraView SV-MV QUAD, from Sierra Video, belongs to a full-featured high resolution family of multi-viewers that provides a flexible and cost-effective way of combining and displaying multiple images (or “tiles”) on a video display device. SierraView is designed for extreme versatility, allowing tile content, size, labels and positioning as well as display background to be changed to suit any application. Clocks, timers, time-code readers, UMDs, tallies and event indicators are easily generated as required.

Optional Configurations :
SV-MV-Quad — 4-input multi-viewer, 1RU
SV-MV-Quad-LCP — 4-input multi-viewer, 1RU with local control panel

The SierraView SV-MV-QUAD allows multiple video channels, audio channels, audio meters, clocks and data to be integrated into a single display, or to be distributed and integrated among several displays for sophisticated studio monitoring and control purposes. It provides considerable flexibility with full audio support, easy browser configuration and control, as well as sophisticated alarms reporting. The SV-MV-QUAD is an ideal solution for compact monitoring in smaller OB vans, editing suites, master control or digital playout facilities.
SV-MV-QUAD handles virtually any video format up to HD 1080p, 3Gbps. BNC and DVI-I connectors on the rear panel handle all video inputs. It provides DVI-I output up to 1080p60 (1920x1080) in 16:9, for use with the highest quality LCD displays.
Extensive audio metering and monitoring support is a standard feature of all SierraView models. Up to 64 channels of audio bargraphs may be superimposed on the video, placed outside of the video or displayed in a dedicated tile. The bargraphs offer a choice of scales/ballistics and a loudness display option. Audio may be embedded or external analog or AES/EBU. Most international standard scales and ballistics (including Loudness) are supported and may be set by the user.
SV-MV-QUAD provides alarms for video, audio and metadata with outputs to tallies, GPIs/GPOs, LAN and SNMP traps, allowing connection of the SV-MV-QUAD with external monitoring systems.
The browser interface has been designed to make SierraView models very easy to use and enables all parameters to be quickly adjusted or pre-set configurations to be recalled, or played out as scheduled events. The optional remote panel (REMOTE-sv) has ten buttons which enable pre-set configurations to be instantly recalled.
SV-MV-QUAD SierraView™ Multi-Viewer
Displays up to 64 channels of embedded audio
Analog audio monitor output, four pairs of audio derived from any source
Streamed audio monitor output on the LAN, up to 4 pairs of audio derived from any source
Alarms, under monitor displays, clock display
Genlocked inputs for flicker-free and full frame operation
Subtitles, teletext (analog), AFD, WSS, VITC decoding and monitoring
Hot-swappable audio/video input/output cards
Displays up to 32 channels of external analog or AES/EBU audio - optional
Demuxes up to 32 channels of embedded audio to analog or AES/EBU - optional
Internal redundant power supply - optional
Video HD-SDI SMPTE 424M & SMPTE 292M, component video, RGB/YUV, composite video PAL/NTSC, CVBS 1V p-p,
DVI-I digital or analog component, 1920 x 1080
Internal Audio Inputs Embedded audio, up to 16 channels per video feed
External Audio (Optional) Analog, up to 32 channels (16 pairs)
AES/EBU, up to 32 channels (16 pairs)
Audio data derived from the DATA-xx audio metering unit, via LAN, up to 64 channels (analog or AES/EBU digital)
Compatible with displays handling XGA, 720p60, 720p50, SXGA, SXGA , 1080p50, 1080p60
Image Configuration Images can be continuously varied in size and position on screen or may be displayed in pre-configured layouts, positions and sizes.
Audio Metering Standards Optional AES/EBU, BBC PPM, DIN PPM, Nordic PPM, VU and Extended VU Loudness metering
UMD Sierra Router protocol (via serial or LAN), browser software via LAN, and RS-232/422 serial software supporting TSL,
Image Video or other protocols
Clock Inputs Via NTP or LTC
File Upload Up to 4 bitmap files can be uploaded and may be displayed simultaneously
GPI/GPO 16 inputs, 8 outputs
Frame 1RU compact design
Frame Dimensions 19” (W) x 17.9” (D) x 1.75” (H)
Frame Weight 15lbs. (full frame, estimated)
Connectors BNC, s-Video, 26 pic “D” HD male, 26 pin “D” HD female, 44 pin “D” HD male, 44 pin “D” HD female, LAN, RS-422, USB-2, DVI-I, IEC Power, Low-voltage connector
Power Requirements 84-260 VAC, 50/60Hz, optional 12-24 VDC
Indicators Power supply and fan failure LED indicators on front panel
Redundant Power Supply Optional back-up external 1kW 1RU power supply
Control and Configuration Using browser software via LAN
Up to 4 video inputs HD-SDI (up to 3G 1080p), SDI, composite, 2 x DVI-I
DVI-I output up to 1080p60 (1920x1080) in 169
Video 1 DVI-I output (analog and digital) supporting resolutions up to 1080p (1920 x 1080, 169)
Sources Fully scalable and displayed in native format, 43 or 16:9
Audio Monitoring Up to 8 analog output channels standard supporting resolutions, XGA, 720p60, 720p50, SXGA, SXGA 1080p60, and 1080p50, 169 aspect ratio
On video inputs Video sync loss; Black; Freeze-frame;
On metadata inputs VITC loss; Subtitles loss; Teletext loss; V-chip loss;
On audio inputs Embedded audio loss; External audio loss; Over level; Out of phase;
With outputs to Tallies; Borders; GPIs/GPOs; LAN; SNMP traps

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