RGB Spectrum GO 40
Video Wall Display Processor IP Streaming Capabilities - 40 Outputs
- Encode IP stream of entire wall or any region of interest
- IP-enabled, PC-based processor with real-time throughput
- Up to 56 inputs and 56 displays
- Overlap for edge-blenders and bezel compensation
The flexible RGB Spectrum Galileo GO 40 display processor series system supports analog, digital, web browser, and IP-based sources displayed in windows anywhere on the display surface. Outputs can be configured as video walls or as individual displays and fed as baseband or IP streams.
RGB Spectrum’s Zio Networked AV products are integrated directly into the Galileo display processor. Zio encoded sources are automatically discovered and listed as Galileo sources. Additionally, a Galileo-encoded output can be part of the Zio ecosystem and sent to a decoder, smart display or mobile phone.
Combining the flexibility of a PC architecture with real-time performance, the IP-enabled Galileo processor sets a new standard for video walls and signal distribution.
The Galileo GO 40 comes in the following configuration:
GO 40: Galileo 4RU Chassis (40 outputs max) with Single Six Core i7 Processor (8GB RAM, 500GB SSD)
Galileo Encoding Provides Any Content Anywhere Capability
The flexible Galileo display processor supports analog, digital, web browser, and IP-based sources displayed in windows anywhere on the video wall. The new GO IP4K-E input/output card for the Galileo system allows the user to select any content to be encoded as an IP stream for transmission across the network. This allows operators to push content to anyone, anywhere in the world.
Duplicate Wall / Wall Mimic
The new encoding functionality on Galileo wall processors allows you to take the entire video wall, no matter the size, and create what’s called a “wall mimic.” The wall mimic can be sent across the network and displayed on either another video wall or a single display. Our Zio Mobile App allows you to view the wall mimic on a mobile phone or tablet.
Encode any Region of Interest
Additionally, the user can select any region of the video wall that interests them to encode and send across the network. Multiple areas can be setup to allow constant monitoring of any portion of the video wall.
Encode a Baseband Input Not Displayed on the Wall
The Galileo encoding feature also allows encoding baseband sources that do not appear on the video wall. This functionality allows you to change the video wall layout without disrupting the remote viewing of important sources.
** Number of input and output channels depends on chassis size and customer configuration. Pricing shown is for Chassis only and does not include input/output cards**
- Automatic Zio encoder stream discovery
- IP stream decoding up to 4K / UHD
- HDCP support
- Powerful remote desktop technology
- Scripting interface for system control
- Warranty: 1 Year