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|780 Handheld test instrument for HDMI||00-00226||Base unit|
|HDMI Cable test||95-00056||Option|
|ACA - Emulation monitor (2x HDMI)||95-00063||Option²|
|ACA - Passive monitor (4x HDMI)||95-00064||Option²|
|Network analyser for HDMI||95-00065||Option|
|China Res Test Pattern Pack||95-00077||Option|
|Travelling case for 780||57-00002||Accessory|
This unit is shipped in a cardboard box 42 x 42 x 19cm (LWH) weighing 3.3Kg (5.7Kg with travel case option) - volumetric weight is 6.7kg
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The 780 handheld HDMI test instrument is a battery powered, portable multimedia pattern generator that enables you to conduct quick, on-site verification testing of your HDMI system and analogue video displays.
The 780 series handheld test instruments for HDMI® are battery-powered, portable video and audio generators and HDMI analysers that enable you to conduct quick, on-site verification testing and troubleshooting of your HDMI system and analog video displays. The 780 series instruments are equipped with both a reference HDMI source and a reference HDMI sink interface allowing you to test audio, video and HDMI protocols—HDCP, EDID, CEC & infoframes—of any type of HDMI device: sources, repeaters and sinks.
1) The 780 supports HDMI testing at pixel rates up to 165MHz and TMDS rates up to 225MHz for deep colour on the output and pixel rates up to 150MHz on the HDMI input.
2) The 780A supports testing of 4K Ultra HD HDMI 2.0 devices at 50/60Hz. NEW! Tests HDMI 2.0 features including: 1) 4:2:0 pixel encoding on sources and sinks and 2) EDID emulation for testing HDMI 2.0 sources and distribution devices.
Please check out the 780 Series Feature Comparison Chart to get a general understanding of the feature differences between the models.
You can use the 780 instruments as a pattern generator for calibrating your high definition TVs. The 780s are equipped with a variety of standard patterns and formats including deep color and HDMI 3D formats.
Because the 780 series instruments have both HDMI output and HDMI input ports, you can test your HDMI cables and systems with splitters, extenders and switches even when already installed on site using the Frame Compare feature.
The 780 series instruments can also be equipped with the optional Auxiliary Channel Analyser (ACA) utility for monitoring the DDC (HDCP and EDID) transactions and hot plug events. There are two ACA options, one for monitoring while emulating an HDMI source and/or sink and a second option for monitoring passively an HDMI network comprised of an HDMI source, repeater and sink. The passive monitoring option requires an extra hardware board with 4 HDMI ports.
The 780 family's portability makes them ideal for your bench and for use in the field. A colour touch display makes the 780 instruments easy and convenient to use and when testing a source device you can view the incoming video image and metadata on the built-in LCD.