The ISL59482EVAL1Z evaluation board contains the ISL59482 dual 4:1 RGB MUX amp and associated components needed to implement an 8:1 RGB+H/V sync video multiplexer. The eight video input ports, and single output port are accessed using standard 15-pin VGA female connectors. The I/O connectors are compatible with most VGA, SVGA and XGA video sources and video monitors with VGA cable interfaces. A typical application would use the ISL59482EVAL1Z board to multiplex anywhere from two to eight PCs or laptops to a single video monitor or projector.
- Triple 4:1 multiplexers for RGB
- Externally configurable for various video MUX circuits including:
- 8:1 RGB MUX
- Two separate 4:1 RGB MUX
- 4:1 differential RGB video MUX
- 520MHz bandwidth into 500Ω load
- Supply current 16mA/CH
- ±5V operation
- Power-down mode (EN)
- High impedance outputs (HIZ)
- Analog inputs
- Video projectors
- Computer monitors
- Set-top boxes
- Security video
- Broadcast video equipment
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