Automatic video switch

May 1, 1998
The AVM-6 is an automatic video switcher that constantly monitors the video inputs and switches the highest number input to the output. For example: If inputs 1,3,4 and 6 all have video signals, the AVM-6 will switch input number 6 to the output since it is the highest numbered input to have a signal. The front panel of the unit shows which inputs have sensed signals (lights up in red) and which input is switched to the output (lights up in green).

The AVM-6 is an automatic video switcher that constantly monitors the video inputs and switches the highest number input to the output. For example: If inputs 1,3,4 and 6 all have video signals, the AVM-6 will switch input number 6 to the output since it is the highest numbered input to have a signal. The front panel of the unit shows which inputs have sensed signals (lights up in red) and which input is switched to the output (lights up in green).

The AVM-6 features six composite video inputs, one composite video output, 100 mHz bandwidth, 110 vac power input and front-panel sensing and switching LED indicators.

For more information, call R.F. Systems, Inc. at (303) 469-2135.

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