Novastar introduces low latency LED solution

Novastar introduces low latency LED solution and new VX4 controller
Novastars ThunderView and VX4
Novastars ThunderView and VX4


Novastars ThunderView coaxial low latency solution includes the S1 controller, the TR100 receiving card, and the V1 video processor which is known for high-speed and stability. Featuring high-speed data transmission and 2 frame delay, ThunderView is especially applicable to scenarios with high requirements on signal synchronization and stability, such as television broadcasting, security monitoring and indoor fine pitch applications.

The new VX4 controllers from Novastar help avoid unstable factors in LED display configuration. They control the sending box, computer, and video processor, are integral parts of LED display configuration which can be cumbersome to operate, and lead to compatibility problems. VX4s features super-large loading capacity of 2.3 million pixels with a width of up to 3480 pixels, accepting HDMI, DVI, VGA × 2, CVBS × 2, and SDI input.

It also features a very simple system configuration via a knob and button system, without needing a computer, as well as automatic Hot Backup completion without any configuration required. Finally, it also features splicing and cascade functions, which help to solve asynchronous splicing video from multiple sending boxes. In addition, VX4S also feature seamless cutting and fade-in and fade-out switching effects, supports PIP, POP, and high bit level video output (10bit/8bit).

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