The PDC0100 converts analog video signals into digital DVI format. This allows existing analog systems and devices that use digital signals to be combined. With a range of accessories and high interconnectivity, the converter allows maximum flexibility for integration into existing systems.
Remote control for required settings
The PDC0100 is operated via a cable remote control. This allows the necessary settings to be made on the monitor via remote access and an OSD menu. This can also be used without input signal.
Different timings are stored in the monitor at the factory. As soon as a video signal is present, a suitable timing is sought. At this stage, “Auto In Process” is displayed. These timings are compatible with the standard video signals provided by today’s graphics cards. If no image or only a blurry image is displayed on the monitor, the signal is outside the standardized ranges. Such signals often occur in older medical equipment. In many cases, the unknown timing is displayed correctly without any additional settings. This is possible because a large number of known timings are stored in the PDC0100.
With the Force Mode function, the Analog-DVI-Converter PDC0100 can be adapted to special timing settings that the monitor does not automatically detect. In this case, it is necessary to adjust the detected timing. The integrated Force Mode supports even unusual analog signals. Up to five Force Mode timings can be stored.
Additional video inputs
The Analog-DVI-Converter has two additional analog video inputs. Therefore, the monitors can be operated with standard analog video signals (PAL / NTSC).