Today Quantum Data announced the release of the model 804A Video Test Generator running at HDMI 1.4 pixel rates up to 297MHz to support testing HDTVs and other displays with 4K by 2K resolutions at 30Hz.

The rack mountable 804A is optimized for testing the latest displays.
It features four (4) HDMI 297MHz outputs for testing HDTVs with multiple HDMI inputs. This eliminates the need for splitters often required for testing each HDMI input on an HDTV.
The 804A can output component analog and composite analog as well.
Switching between video timings and images is fast; less than 100ms. This video generator is equipped with all the standard video timings and test patterns—including support for 3D—necessary for testing HDTVs including tests for HDMI protocols such as HDCP, EDID and CEC.

Also compressed and uncompressed HDMI audio formats are possible using a variety of audio test signals.
An HDTV’s analog audio input can also be tested using the 804A’s programmable analog audio output.
The 804A does have an easy to operate touch screen display.
Production facilities can also use the RS232 or USB interface for automation. The 804A uses the same commands set as used with the Quantum Data 802 and 881 series test instruments.

For a complete list of features and functions of the 804A Video Test Generator for HDMI, go to:


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