Analog Way Enhances LiveCore™ Series With New Features And Accessories

To complement its LiveCore™ line of Premium AV processors, Analog Way is pleased to unveil new features and accessories.

June 2014 – To complement its LiveCore™ line of Premium AV processors, Analog Way is pleased to unveil new features and accessories. They were all demonstrated in Analog Way’s booth during InfoComm 2014 in Las Vegas, USA.

Analog Way’s LiveCore™ series of Premium AV Switchers come in two layouts: 8x2+1 for the NeXtage 16, and 12x4+1 for the SmartMatriX Ultra, Ascender 32 and Ascender 48. From fall 2014, full 4K will be available as an optional feature on all LiveCore™ series, including early stage units already in the field. Depending on the reference, several frame rates will be available as 4K/30P and 4K/60P.
In addition, the Ascender 48 will feature real-time Perspective Layers. This exclusive functionality allows outstanding visual effects and transitions, which are easily managed via the Web RCS live.

Additional output capability can be added to the 12x4+1 models through the new LiveCore™ Output Expander. The product comes in three different references: LOE016 for the SmartMatriX Ultra, LOE032 for the Ascender 32 and LOE048 for the Ascender 48.
Once linked to its LiveCore™ Switcher, the LiveCore™ Output Expander adds 4 additional outputs, plus 1 monitoring / aux output, resulting in an impressive 12x8+2 scaled seamless Matrix systems.

Moreover, the Secure Power Unit is now available to protect the 12x4+1 LiveCore™ models against mains loss or unstable power. Featuring dual power supplies and a battery backup, this innovative power accessory provides approximately 10 minutes to restore power or back up the system in case of branch circuit failure.

Finally, Analog Way introduces the Vertige™, a powerful Remote Console featuring a brand new design and an innovative approach to show creation and management. The Vertige™ presents a large 16/9 TFT color touch screen, and a variety of direct keys, contextual buttons, sliders, knobs, as well as a joystick and T-Bar to operate the device.

Other solutions are already available to control the LiveCore™ series, including the Web RCS, a user-friendly web-based interface, and the Shot Box, a key pad for preset control. Analog Way also provides a full series of drivers and literature for control of the LiveCore™ series through AMX and Crestron systems.

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