Flexible Card-Based Matrix Switcher - 8 Input x 8 Output
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At a glance
Features and Benefits
- Plug and play card-based design allows user to select between HDBaseT, HDMI, and DVI-D inputs and outputs
- VGA input cards are available
- Any input type to any output type (VGA - input only)
- 200ms internal switching time - viewable switching times will vary according to destination devices
- RS232, IR, and TCP/IP control
- HDMI and HDCP compliant
- Analog audio-follows-video or audio breakaway
- HDBaseT, HDMI, DVI-D, and VGA signal switching and routing
- Extend 1080p up to 229 feet with FLX-BI4 and DIGI-HD70-R (video and audio) or DIGI-HDE (video, audio and control) or up to 195 ft using the DIGI-HD60C-R (video, audio, and control)
- Ideal for digital signage, corporate facilities, churches, schools, conference centers, and any other facility that requires high definition multimedia distribution
The Intelix FLX-8X8A is a modular eight input by eight output video matrix switcher with a built-in eight input by eight output stereo audio matrix switcher. Each modular input or output card supports up to four device connections. In addition to front panel control, the FLX-8X8A can be controlled via IR, RS232, or TCP/IP connections.
The modular input cards include the following connections: HDMI, DVI, HDBaseT (with RS232 and bi-directional wide-band IR), and analog video with digital scaling via HD15 (VGA-UXGA, RGBHV, RGsB, RsGsBs, component video, S-video and composite video). The modular output cards include the following connections: HDMI, DVI, and HDBaseT.
The analog stereo audio inputs and outputs on the FLX-8X8A can connect to balanced or unbalanced audio devices. In addition to audio following video, the audio and video signals can be switched independently.
Clear button caps provide legible text on the front panel, which can be customized for each installation. IR, RS232, and TCP/IP provide a wide range of options for third party control systems. Ten programmable presets provide an efficient means of configuring the video and audio distribution for common usage patterns.
The FLX-8X8A was designed with flexibility in mind. There are over 80 possible input card to output card combinations. Since the system is modular, the system integrator can customize their installation per their customer’s needs and not the limitations of available hardware.
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Alternates that meet or exceed FLX-8X8A specifications
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SpecificationsDownload PDF Spec Sheet
|Supported Input Cards||FLX-BI4, FLX-DI4, FLX-HI4, FLX-RI4|
|Supported Output Cards||FLX-BO4, FLX-DO4, FLX-HO4|
|Input and Output Card Securing Mechanism||Thumb Screw|
|Analog Audio Input||Eight (8) 3.5 mm, 5 pole Euroblock Connectors|
|Analog Audio Output||Eight (8) 3.5 mm, 5 pole Euroblock Connectors|
|Control, Rear Panel||RS232 via DE-9, TCP/IP via RJ45|
|Control, Front Panel||Push Button, IR|
|Performance per Channel||Balanced or Unbalanced Stereo Audio (20 Hz to 20 kHz)|
|Pinout (Left to Right)||Left (+), Left (-), Ground, Right (+), Right (-)|
|Frequency Response||20 Hz to 20 kHz, ±0.5 dB|
|Common Mode Rejection Ratio||>90dB at 20 Hz to 20 kHz|
|Crosstalk||>80 dB at 1 kHz|
|THD + Noise||1% at 1 kHz, 0.3% at 20 kHz|
|Chassis and Environmental|
|Internal Power Supply Rating||110-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz at 50 W|
|Material||Black Painted Aluminum|
|Dimensions||88 mm x 444.5 mm x 320 mm (3.47"""" x 17.5"""" x 12.6"""") (2RU)|
|Shipping Weight||6.26 kg (13.8 lbs.)|
|Operating Temperature||0° to +40°C (+32° to +104°F)|
|Operating Humidity||20% to 90%, Non-condensing|
|Storage Temperature||-10° to +60°C (+14° to +140°F)|
|Storage Humidity||20% to 90%, Non-condensing|
|Included Accessories||Modular Metal Blank (4 ea), Rubber Feet (4 ea), Power Cable (1 ea),|
RS232 Cable (1 ea), Infrared Remote Control (1 ea), FLX-8X8A Installation and Operation Guide (1 ea), Intelix Pocket Screwdriver (1 ea)
|Distances and picture quality may be affected by cable grade, cable quality, source and destination equipment, RF and electrical interference, and cable patches. Intelix specifications are based on straight-through cabling with standard-grade Cat 5e unless noted otherwise.|