The compact design of ARRK’s HDMI-APIX converter box makes the device easy to use. The front features an interface for USB, Ethernet, and HDMI connections, while the APIX3 components to be tested, the supply voltage, and a replaceable SD card can be hooked up to the back. All important features of the converter can be controlled using the integrated microcontroller. The resolution of the HDMI interface can also be adapted dynamically during run-time. This way, the desired image content can be easily reproduced on the display device to conduct comprehensive tests and analyses. The sideband channel data can also be tested and used by connecting the converter to a computer.
The converter is currently in the prototype status, undergoing validation and optimization for series production. According to the company, the device can be configured to meet the specific needs of any car manufacturer.
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