The Infinipix® INP-100 is the second generation of Barco's proprietary LED display processors. The INP-100 processes signals coming from connected video sources and transmits them to the Infinipix transceiver cards integrated into the LED tiles
Infinipix® Gen2 processor for LED displays
Manages one or more connected display(s)
Fine-tunes brightness without any loss of image quality
Allows for brand-specific color calibration
Smooth and seamless results for still and moving content
The Infinipix INP-100 is the brain in our LED solutions.
Delivering flawless viewing experiences
Whatever your needs are, the Infinipix Gen2 platform helps you get the most out of your LED content.
Whether your application requires a dimmed LED wall or a display run at high-brightness, you can keep the same color accuracy, grey scale levels and details thanks to the Infinipix Gen2 processing. Don't let your creativity be limited by your canvas, and always show your content as intended.
With lowest latency for showcasing motion content, black frame insertion to optically reduce motion blur and premium anti-aliasing filters to realize perfectly scaled and sharp images, Barco’s Infinipix Gen2 is optimized to bring state-of-the art results and exceptional viewing experiences for still, slow-moving and fast-moving content.
In the unlikely event that the data path is interrupted, all subsequent tiles in the chain would be void of content. Infinipix Gen2 offers a unique 4-way failover system for the premium TruePix range of LED video walls. This means that there is a data connection to all surrounding tiles, which can take over whenever necessary. Set-up is really easy, as the tiles are automatically recognized and the data path is automatically configured.
When (part of) a video wall fails, it rarely comes without a warning. The trick is to catch the signals and react accordingly. That is why the Infinipix INP-100 interacts with Barco's Video wall Management Suite, a cloud-based application to manage video walls from a central location. All critical parameters can be monitored in real-time, notifying critical events (alarms, warnings, ...) when attention is needed. You can then schedule preventive maintenance when certain warning signs have gone off, helping to ensure uptime of the video wall.