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Chauvet VIP Driver

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  • Description

Key features

VIP Driver

VIP™ Driver is at the heart of the VIP™ video display system, acting as the interface between any DVI or HDMI video source and all MVP™ or PVP™ and C6 video panels via the CHAUVET® LED Studio software (provided free). Rackmountable, it has two signal outputs, each driving up to 655,360 LEDs, which connect via Neutrik® etherCON® to any configuration of the VIP™ panels. It allows media playback, configuration, addressing and remote power control of the panels. It is scalable to link up to 4 units in a single system (5,242,880 LEDs total capacity).

Features

  • Required for panel calibration and video conversion to CHAUVET® Professional MVP™ or PVP™ and C6 video panels
  • CHAUVET® LED Studio software connects directly to the VIP™ Driver via USB for patching and panel configuration
  • Accepts either DVI or HDMI input
  • 2 Neutrik® etherCON® outputs (655,360 LEDs capacity each)
  • Capable of up to 1,310,720 LEDs and is scalable to link up to 4 units in a single system (5,242,880 LEDs total capacity)

Specification

  • Control Protocol: LINSN
  • Data Connectors: Neutrik® etherCON® (2), USB
  • Video Input: DVI-I or HDMI (requires progressive scan, not interlaced)
  • Linking Connection: RS-232 (9-pin)
  • Rackmount: 1U
  • Software Connection: USB
  • IP Rating: IP20, dry location
  • Cable Length: 1.5 m
  • Power Connection: Local plug to IEC
  • Power Input: IEC
  • Maximum Supported LEDs (per VIP™ Driver): 1,310,720
  • Maximum Supported LEDs (4 VIP™ Drivers total): 5,242,880
  • Input Voltage: 100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz (auto-ranging)
  • Power and Current: 40 W, 0.17 A @ 230 V, 50 Hz
  • Weight: 2.27 kg
  • Dimensions: 483 x 254 x 44 mm
  • Housing Material: Aluminum alloy
  • Approvals: CE, FCC

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