HDMI Signal Converter accepts 3G/HD/SD-SDI inputs.

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Copperlink(TM) 2353 accepts SMPTE-compliant 3G/HD/SD-SDI input via coax, automatically detects and selects output resolution without any scaling, and converts it to HDMI. If audio is present in SDI data stream, operator can choose one of up to 8 pairs of stereo audio to embed into HDMI baseband signal as well as output on audio RCA connections. Product supports SMPTE 259M, 292, and 424M-2006, and input signal is equalized and reclocked. Also, reclocked BNC loop output allows continuous 3G/HD/SD-SDI signal distribution.



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CSI Announces Copperlink(TM) 3G/HD/SD-SDI to HDMI Converter



Hauppauge, New York - Communications Specialties, Inc. (CSI) announced the latest additions to the Copperlink(TM) Series of SMPTE compliant 3G/HD/SD-SDI signal distribution systems: Model 2353 that converts 3G/HD/SD-SDI and embedded audio to HDMI with stereo audio.

The Copperlink 2353 accepts a SMPTE compliant 3G/HD/SD-SDI input via coax, automatically detects and selects the output resolution with no scaling and converts it to HDMI. If audio is present in the SDI data stream, the operator can choose one of up to 8 pairs of stereo audio to embed into the HDMI baseband signal as well as output on the convenient audio RCA connections. Alternatively, the operator may choose to mute any existing audio.

"This new Copperlink HDMI converter is ideal for all broadcast applications," says Paul Seiden, Director of Sales. "Now, integrators and broadcast engineers can manage their video and audio signals in a very repeatable and predictable manner using SDI while cost effectively integrating low-cost, high definition displays and computer monitors. A confidence monitoring application for example; you can route and switch your SDI signal to multiple HDMI displays and select a different language or audio pair to output at each display without having to purchase expensive, production quality reference displays."

The Copperlink 2353 supports SMPTE 259M, 292 and 424M-2006 and the input signal is equalized and reclocked. Standard on Copperlink 2353 is a reclocked BNC loop output for continuous 3G/HD/SD-SDI signal distribution. The unit is immune to pathological signals over the entire operating temperature range.

Available in a small footprint box, it is ideal for broadcast or corporate studios, OB vans, confidence monitoring and more!

Copperlink 2353 will be available in Spring, 2011.

For more information on the complete line of Copperlink(TM) distribution systems, visit commspecial.com or contact CSI headquarters at: Phone: (631)273-0404, Fax: (631)273-1638 or Email: info@commspecial.com.

Founded in 1983, Communications Specialties, Inc. (CSI) is recognized worldwide for its development of innovative products in the areas of fiber optic transmission and computer-video technology. CSI manufactures the Fiberlink® line of point-to-point fiber optic transmission systems for video, audio and data, the Copperlink(TM) line of signal distribution products, the award-winning Scan Do® line of scan converters and Deuce® video scalers. The company is headquartered on Long Island, NY and has a wholly-owned subsidiary, Communications Specialties, Pte Ltd in Singapore.

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