MCTRL660 Pro Sending Controller

Brand: Novastar
Product Code: MCTRL660 Pro
Availability: In Stock
Size (W x H x L): 482.6mm x 50.1mm x 356mm


MCTRL660 Pro 

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1920 x 1200 resolution, HDMI / DVI / 3G-SDI, Low Latency 

The MCTRL660 PRO is a professional controller developed by NovaStar. A single MCTRL660 PRO has a loading capacity of up to 1920×1200@60Hz. It supports custom resolutions with the width up to 3840 pixels and height up to 2560 pixels, which meets configuration requirement of ultra-large screens.


The MCTRL660 PRO has a variety of video connectors:

  • Input connectors: 1 × 3G-SDI, 1 × HDMI 1.4a, 1 × single-link DVI
  • Output connectors: 6 × Gigabit Ethernet port, 2 × 10G optical port
  • Loop output connectors: 1 × 3G-SDI LOOP, 1 × HDMI 1.4a LOOP, 1 × DVI LOOP
  • Input of ultra-high colour depths: 10-bit/12-bit RGB 4:4:4/YCbCr 4:4:4, with input resolutions up to 1920×1080@60Hz, increasing color expression capabilities by 4096 times compared to 8-bit inputs, and presenting images with rich and delicate colours, smoother transitions, as well as clearer details
  • Supports individual Gamma adjustment for RGB when the colour depth of input source is 10-bit or 12-bit, which effectively controls image non-uniformity under low greyscale and white balance offset to improve image quality.
  • Low latency: Less than 1 ms (when the start position of image is 0.)
  • Dual working modes: working as sending card and fibre converter
  • One-click backup and recovery, quickly recovering previous screen configurations to deal with sudden on-site failure
  • Image mirroring, allowing for more cool and dazzling stage effects
  • Auto LED screen configuration
  • Web control
  • Pixel level brightness and chroma calibration
  • Monitoring of inputs
  • Multiple MCTRL660 PRO units can be cascaded.

The MCTRL660 PRO has many industry-leading advanced technologies:

The MCTRL660 PRO is mainly used for the rental and fixed fields, such as concerts, live events, security monitoring centres, Olympic Games and various sports centres.

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