What does HDMI matrix mean? The role of HDMI video matrix

2021-05-12 17:19:29 ekL

What is HDMI matrix

       The HDMI matrix is also called the HDMI video matrix; in simple terms, the HDMI matrix is a multi-input and multi-output device that integrates HDMI distribution and HDMI switching functions. It can output multiple HDMI signals at the same time, and it can also output 1 HDMI signal. Distributed into multiple outputs. Common HDMI video matrices generally support panel switch control and infrared remote control switch control; some HDMI matrices support RS232 control, LAN connection control, SPDIF optical digital audio output, external IR infrared input, etc. In the HDMI version, most of the HDMI matrix supports HDMI 1.4, advanced support HDMI2.0; in terms of resolution, generally support 1920*1080P, some support 4K@2K

HDMI matrix

HDMI matrix

The role of HDMI video matrix

       Common HDMI video matrix has 4 inputs 2 outputs, 4 inputs 4 outputs, 8 inputs 8 outputs, 16 inputs 16 outputs, 24 inputs 24 outputs, etc., which are mainly used between multiple hosts and multiple displays (splicing screens, etc.) According to the needs of different periods, the switch between the host and the display can be quickly realized without rewiring or replugging the host. For example, in the traffic command center, each intersection is a video input. When you need to monitor all the intersections, you can choose a one-to-one output. When you need to view the detailed status of a certain intersection, you can directly enlarge the picture through the splicing display. View

HDMI video matrix 4 in 4 out/8 in 8 out

HDMI video matrix 4 in 4 out/8 in 8 out

Use of HDMI video matrix

       After getting the HDMI video matrix, you should first check the interface descriptions to understand the function of each interface and button, and then connect the host, display and HDMI matrix according to the connection diagram, then connect the HDMI matrix ground wire, and finally connect it The matching power adapter can be used normally after power on