Chroma did introduce the A2229015 SDI conversion Module.
It is specially designed to meet the test demands of diversified low cost SDI signals for today’s display industry.

This module is capable to transmit the latest 3G-SDI standard resolutions which is the mainstream specification of all 1080P transmissions. It can double the HDTV transmission rate in the advanced video environment, also enhance the overall broadcasting quality in the transmission network.
The SDI can use a 75Ω coaxial cable to transmit the uncompressed digital video signal within long distance range in a TV studio or a place with related equipment to achieve the high quality HD playback.

For peripheral industry, the display related customer can involve the SDI test requests directly to the application of LED TV wall, projector, outdoor large-scale display and broadcasting hardware. In the meantime, its simple design is applicable for all SDI multimedia tests in practical use including R&D, manufacturing test and quality assurance, especially the mass production for rapid verification and assessment.

Moreover, Chroma A222915 uses HDMI as the signal input source and 2 sets of SDI can be output at the same time. SD-SDI/ HD-SDI/3G-SDI supports 2CH / 8CH – 48khz Audio output that can work with any video generator to test various standard static and dynamic images.
To cope with the design of multi-port inputs for the FPD in this digital age, the SDI module is developed to connect externally and in compact size to be used flexibly in any site of production line and laboratories.


Arnold Memelink

Arnold Memelink


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Sasan Rafii-Tabrizi

University of Luxembourg

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