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Quantum Data 780 Handheld Test Instrument for HDMI

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10.00 LBS
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Product Description

The 780 Handheld Test Instrument for HDMI is a battery-powered, portable multimedia pattern generator that enables you to conduct quick, on-site verification testing of your HDMI system and analog video displays. The 780 is equipped with both a reference source and a reference sink HDMI interface allowing you to test audio, video and protocols—HDCP, EDID, CEC & infoframes—of any type of HDMI device: sources, repeaters and sinks. Its portability makes it ideal for your bench and for use in the field. Because the 780 has both an HDMI output and an HDMI input, you can test your HDMI cables and systems with splitters, extenders and switches as well with the optional pixel error rate test feature.

A color touch display makes the 780 easy and convenient to use. NEW: When testing a source device you can view the incoming video on the built-in LCD.

See all the 780's applications depicted in the 780 data sheet

Key Features and Benefits

  • Battery powered for portability. Device is powered via internal batteries or externally via an AC charger.
  • Video Pattern Testing. Test a display to ensure that it can render a video test pattern. Scroll pattern to test for motion artifacts.
  • Audio Pattern Testing. Send audio patterns, tones, sweeps, noise through HDMI, SPDIF or Optical digital audio outputs.
  • Verify HDCP on repeaters and displays. Send HDCP encrypted video content to a downstream repeater (e.g. AVR) and/or sink (e.g. DTV).
  • Identify EDID problems. Check the EDID of a DTV or input of a repeater.
  • Reference Sink. Emulates an HDMI sink to test video and audio content from an HDMI source including HDCP protected content. View the incoming video on the LCD display.
  • Emulate EDID of an HDMI sink. Test an HDMI source's response to specific EDIDs.
  • Verify audio data. Read the audio infoframes and audio sample packet headers including channel status bits from a connected HDMI source.
  • Verify timing. Verify the timing of an HDMI source.
  • Test HDMI cables and systems (optional). You can optionally get a pixel error test function to test your HDMI cables or HDMI systems with extenders, switchers and repeaters.

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