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Dahua introduces new model of video-wall controller DH-M30

Published on 13 November, 2013

Dahua introduces a new model of video-wall controller DH-M30, making itself a stand-out as it combines video-wall control function and decoding together.

DH-M30 renders superb video-wall control capacity, allowing various video sources to be distributed and displayed on the video wall in a flexible way. Video sources include local input signals, such as CVBS, VGA, DVI, HDMI, HD-SDI and etc. along with mainstream network signals, including IPC, DVR, NVR and etc., and just as is mentioned, the key difference that the device varies itself with other image controllers on the market is its decoding function, which makes the whole system even more connected and integrated. The device is up to max 13-ch@1080p decoding, providing true and exquisite reproduction and display of the original surveillance scenarios.

What worth a mention is that the device is modular designed, and its hot-swap cards make maintenance quite convenient. The system is based on the B/S structure, which is to say, one can operate and manage on any PC without running software. In addition, DH-M30 max supports up to 9-video-wall display units with configuration modes of 2x2, 2x3, 2x4 and 3x3; which is ideal for those small- and medium-size control centres requiring reliable and smooth operation and management of the whole surveillance system.

“As what we visualised, Dahua targets to be a total solution provider,” said James Wang, Overseas Product Director of Dahua Technology. “Our latest video-wall controller, DH-M30, is just the key product we’d like to present, its high performance and stability shows our strong R&D strength; and more endeavour will be made to introduce more products on the system-level next year.”

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