Datapath Hx4 Multi-Display Controller
The Datapath Hx4 is a stand-alone display wall controller with the capacity to run a single 4K HDMI source across four HD outputs in ultra-high definition. When used with the powerful Wall Designer application software, the Hx4 can represent any arrangement or configuration of the source image desired.
- 4K @ 30 fps input
- HDCP support
- Four HDMI outputs
- Rotates, crops and scales
3 years warranty!
8 in stock (can be backordered)
The Datapath Hx4 is a stand alone display wall controller that accepts an HDMI 1.4 input and can flexibly display this across four output monitors.
Supports Creative Monitor Arrangements
Each output can represent an arbitary crop region of the original input image. The output resolution and frame rate does not need to be related to that of the input, as the Datapath Hx4 display controller will optionally upscale and frame rate convert each cropped region independently.
Each output monitor can take its input from any region of the HDMI image, since all the required cropping, scaling, rotation and frame rate conversion is handled by the x4 hardware. These regions can overlap to allow any output to replicate another, or they can be configured to support any creative splice of the source material.
This allows the support of many non-rectangular screen arrangements with uneven gaps, and any mix of orientations.
The Hx4 features a HDMI 1.4 main input allowing for capture of signals up to 2160p @ 30 fps.
Up scaled HD outputs
Four HDMI outputs up scaled to full HD ensuring content is visually at the highest possible quality.
An ethernet port allow users to add the device to their networks, meaning the Hx4 can be reprogrammed from a remote location.
Wall Designer software allows users to add displays from the ever expanding database of monitors, visualise their content by adding inputs, backgrounds and adjusting capture regions. Finally instantly configure all Datapath Hx4’s either via USB or the network ports.
The Datapath Hx4 display wall controller will auto-sense input and output frame rates, automatically genlocking when possible. Four identical output monitors will automatically be driven genlocked and if the input timings match they are additionally genlocked and clock-locked to the source signal.