Automatic video switch

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).

May 1st, 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 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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