TVLogic has announced plans to launch a total of 12 new models at NAB 2015 to address the increasing demands of broadcast, production, post production, digital signage and multi-viewer applications.
Included in the line-up are a 31.1-inch 4K monitor, a 17-inch broadcast model, a new studio wall monitor series comprised of six sizes from 17-inch to 55-inch, and a rack monitor range offering four configurations.
The 31.1-inch monitor features 4096×2160 resolution with a high contrast ratio of 1450 : 1, and supports 4-SDI and 4-HDMI inputs as well as a HDMI 1-channel input. The LUM-310A provides wide colour gamut up to DCI, true 10bit, includes 3D LUT support for precise colour reproduction, 2-sample interleave division, HD 1:1 or full-screen upscaling function and TVLogic’s own colour calibration utility support.
Building on its LVM broadcast monitor series, TVLogic will debut the LVM-170A 17.3-inch full HD model with 1920×1080 resolution. Designed for multiple applications, the display features three analogue SDI inputs and outputs, two SDI inputs and one SDI output (SD, HD, 3G-SDI), plus an HDMI and DVI input. The LVM-170A includes wide viewing angle and standard Rec. 709 color gamut, and TVLogic’s own colour calibration utility support.
Ranging in sizes from 17.3-inch to 55-inch (SWM-170A, SWM-240A, SWM-320A, SWM-420A, SWM-460A, SWM-550A), TVLogic’s new Studio Wall Monitor series provides the broadcast market with six highly accurate and versatile models, featuring Rec.709 colour gamut, wide viewing angles, support for 2 SDI inputs and outputs, plus one HDMI and one DVI, OSD buttons on the side and an optional SFP optical module. These new SWM series monitors are fully compatible with free Observer software for remote control and management. As with all TVLogic monitors, colour calibration utility support is included.
Configurations run the gamut in TVLogic’s new Rack Monitor (pictured) series to suit any monitoring application. Choose from two 7-inch or 9-inch units, or three-5.6-inch, or four-3.4-inch, all feature 16.7M colour depth and appropriate resolution levels and contrast ratio to maximise quality for each size.