DCE-1 In-Line Controller

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The AMX DCE-1 In-Line controller combines CEC control, EDID emulation and audio extraction in a single, cost-effective device. The DCE-1 provides EDID emulation for resolutions up to 4K60 4:4:4, and includes HDCP 2.2 support, offering compatibility with the latest displays and source devices. The integrator can either copy the EDID from the output or select from one of 15 preprogrammed EDIDs.

The controller provides a fixed EDID to the source device to ensure it reliably outputs video in the correct resolution for the display. The DCE-1 also offers audio de-embed capabilities, with digital SPDIF and analog output options. To simplify display control, the DCE-1 also offers the ability to turn the display on and off using CEC or RS232 strings whenever a source device is connected or disconnected.

COMMON APPLICATIONS

The AMX DCE-1 is ideal for a variety applications requiring in-line EDID emulation, audio extraction, or simple display control.

Downloads

  Version Language Size Uploaded
Data Sheet
updated: Jul 12, 2018
    305 KB Jul 12, 2018
Manuals
Instruction Manual - DCE-1
updated: Jan 04, 2019
    1.56 MB Jan 04, 2019
Bim Objects
DCE-1 - BIM Object
updated: Aug 12, 2019
    Aug 12, 2019
Quick Start Guides
Quick Start Guide - DCE-1
updated: Oct 15, 2018
    58.5 KB Oct 15, 2018

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Features

  • Extended Display Identification Data (EDID) – Provides a fixed EDID to the source to ensure that it always reliably outputs video.
  • 4K60 4:4:4 and HDCP 2.2 Support – Support the latest source and display devices. Experience pixel-for-pixel video reproduction of 4K60 source video with full 4:4:4 color space.
  • Signal-Based Display Control – Use CEC or RS232 to automatically turn displays on/off in response to a change in the input signal.
  • Audio De-embed Capabilities – Remove audio from line to be used in signal processing, amplification, and more.

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