Eikos receives a new award at InfoComm 2011

Analog Way, a leading designer and manufacturer of image converters and presentation switchers, is pleased to announce that Eikos (Ref.EKS500), its powerful Multi-Layer Mixer Seamless Switcher, was awarded “Best Video Signal Processing or Distribution Product – Matrix Switching” at the InfoComm / Rental & Staging New Product Awards 2011.

Eikos by Analog Way is a powerful Multi-Layer Mixer Scaler Seamless Switcher. Thanks to innovative functionalities and impressive effects, Eikos is particularly adapted to rental & staging applications and advanced integrations.
After being awarded “Most InAVative Commercial Video Processing or Distribution Product” at the InAVation Awards during Integrated Systems Europe 2011, Eikos received a new prize during InfoComm 2011. It was awarded “Best Video Signal Processing or Distribution Product – Matrix Switching” at the Rental & Staging New Product Awards 2011.

"Eikos is a high-grade yet affordable solution offering advanced functions together with awesome visual effects" explains Franck Facon, Marketing & Communications Director at Analog Way. “We are very excited about this new award which confirms, once again, our customers’ enthusiasm for this solution.”
Eikos offers up to 12 inputs including 4 fitted with SDI and 2 fitted with DVI-D, and 3 operating modes: Multi-Layer Mixer, 12 by 2 Seamless Native Matrix and QuadraVision modes.
In Multi-Layer Mixer mode, Eikos can display up to 6 layers: 3 Live Sources, 1 Frame and 2 Logos. Up to 2 PIPs can be displayed on a live background, or 3 PIPs on a still background. Live layers can be customized by the users with various attributes. Eikos offers a classic preview as well as a Still Mosaic Full Preview function for easy and fast monitoring of sources.
Eikos also offers a 12 x 2 Scaled Native Matrix with true seamless switching. In this mode, up to 2 PIPs can be added on a still background and a mirror function is available.
In QuadraVision mode, Eikos allows the display of 4 computer or video sources on the main output.

A Video Output card provides SD or HDTV formats in various signals from Composite Video to HD SDI. Fully controlled from its own front panel as well as from its Remote Control Software (supplied) or from the new Axion2, the Orchestra and the RK-300 and TRK-800 Remote Consoles, Eikos offers a large range of utilization.
Eikos also comes in a Light Edition, Eikos LE (Ref. EKS400), to meet the needs of less complex projects.

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