HDi News - June 2017

5/10/2017 Nice Comment

From a university Health Science Center:
  + video quality was great
  + configuration was pretty easy
  + copy files to front USB is a great feature.
Update June 2017.  This client subsequently ordered 17 HDi-250 recorders for the University

4/24/2017 New HDi-SDI

Meet the HDi-SDI.  Input/Output: 1 x 10-bit SD/HD/2K/4K. Supports 6 Gb/s 4:2:2 and 3 Gb/s 4:4:4.  Audio: 16 Channels embedded in HD/2K/4K. 8 Channels embedded in SD.

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HDi Features

 

  • Automatic Video Format Detect
    35 formats from 720x480i to 1920x1080i/p
    PAL & NTSC
  • Automatic Format Select
    It chooses the highest resolution available.
  • Video Streaming
    During Record or Play
  • Easy to change video inputs:
    HDMI/Component/Composite
  • Auto-Update from our network
  • Record files to HDD (Hard Disk Drive)
    or Direct To USB or to Optical Disc
  • Copy files to/from USB
  • Automatic Update Download in the background.
    You install at leisure.
  • OR just call us for a free update disc

HDi Details

The HDi-250 is the outstanding High Resolution Video recorder suitable for any application requiring high quality video, high reliability, and update capability.  A favorite of goverment, church, military and commercial clients.

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Buttons & Panels

It's easy for us to say "Just connect your own buttons, put them in a panel..." but not everyone wants to or can do that. Let us offer some help with your installation.
Click Here for Alternatives to Pushbuttons

 

Pushbuttons
Illumniated if you like. Our favorites have black surrounds, clear plastic top, with a transluscent insert that we can provide in colors.

Electrically, our buttons are just like any other. Momentary contact, Normally Open, Single Pole, Single Throw. Physically they're tough, arcade-style buttons able to take a beating by thousands of fingers.



Button Colors
Some buttons are all solid-color plastic. The solid colored buttons are primary: red, blue, white, yellow, and green.

The Triangles, Squares, Small Round and Medium Round have clear plastic over a white piece. Frequently we'll just use colored paper or ink-jet white letters on a colored background to put under the clear plastic.

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