SPLITMUX 4K HDMI multi-viewer now features image rotation

Posted on November 5, 2020 by KVMGalore   |  0 comments

SPLITMUX-4K-4RT HDMI quad-screen multi-viewer now features image rotation and a quieter fan

KVMGalore today announced that SPLITMUX 4K HDMI Quad Screen Splitter/Multiviewer from Network Technologies Inc. (NTI) now features image rotation and a quieter fan.

SPLITMUX 4K HDMI Quad Screen Splitter/Multiviewer

SPLITMUX-4K-4RT simultaneously displays real-time video from four different sources on a single HDMI Ultra-HD 4K monitor. It is capable of displaying video signals in quad, picture in picture (PiP), full, or custom mode.

In custom display mode, users can now rotate each image 90 degrees to the left or right for a vertical mounted display. In addition, the size, position, and selection of any or all windows are customizable in custom display mode.

The new quieter fan used in SPLITMUX 4K HDMI quad screen multi-viewer makes SPLITMUX-4K-4RT ideal for office settings.

Available for immediate sale, the SPLITMUX-4K-4RT 4K HDMI Quad Screen Splitter/Multiviewer is available one KVMGalore in single, rack-mount, and dual rack-mount models.

About Network Technologies Inc.
Network Technologies Inc (NTI), established in 1984, is a leading manufacturer of high quality IT and A/V solutions. NTI products (environment monitoring systems, multiviewers, extenders via CAT5, audio/video matrix switches, and KVM switches) are designed, manufactured and tested at the company headquarters in Aurora, Ohio, and are backed by a two-year warranty on all parts and labor. NTI products are used worldwide by leading companies in every industry, including manufacturing, retail, government, education, healthcare, financial services, entertainment, worship, broadcast, and telecommunications. NTI is dedicated to delivering solutions that are of exceptional quality, reliable performance and innovative technology.

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