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By PURPLELEC | 01 June 2024 | 0 Comments

What is a distributor and how does it work?

  In the field of audio and video, a distributor is a device that can divide a single audio and video signal into multiple identical audio and video signal outputs. According to different interfaces, the more common distributors are: HDMI distributor, DVI distributor, VGA distributor, SDI distributor, etc.; according to the number of output interfaces, the common distributors are: 2-port distributor, 3-port distributor, 4-port distributor, 8-port distributor, 16-port distributor, 24-port distributor, 32-port distributor, etc.
  The working principle of the distributor is to copy a single audio and video signal into multiple audio and video signals in real time through the chip without loss and output. The copying process is similar to copying files on a computer, but this is synchronized in real time, so that we can see synchronized video images and synchronized audio on multiple monitors.
HDMI distributor
  Generally, the distributor will be equipped with a high-quality power adapter to ensure that the machine can work normally and stably; never use a low-quality power adapter at will, which may cause a series of problems such as signal interference and unstable operation of the distributor. When using the distributor, it is best to connect the reserved ground wire screw interface on the distributor to the ground wire to ensure the safety of the machine.
  The main function of the distributor is to synchronize and output important images to multiple displays in real time, so that people can get the latest information in time. Of course, it can also be used in TV stores and display stores to display the same audio and video, which is convenient for users to buy. Common application scenarios of distributors in our lives are airports, high-speed rail stations, subway stations, stock exchange halls, etc. High-speed rail stations and airports are very large, so in order to facilitate passengers to obtain the latest train information, flight information, etc. in time, the same information will be displayed in multiple conspicuous places.

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