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Video Wall Set-up and Diagnostics

27 February 2019 / by FM Editor (author) / Derby
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Datapath’s video wall controllers are now being offered with a newly developed Display Driver Configuration Tool (DCCT) and Diagnostic Suite embedded as standard.

 

The DCCT software allows users to easily configure their own video walls, supported by a set-up wizard that allows custom configurations to be saved, imported and exported for future use. With pre-settings for all major screen manufacturers, DCCT can also recommend best wiring practices to balance loads and achieve optimum system efficiency.

 

New Diagnostic Suite software enables users to monitor the status and health of their Datapath systems and send detailed system snapshots to the company' support team when required.

 

Ben Dale, product manager for Datapath, says: "Providing DCCT as standard on our VSN and iolite video wall controllers is a huge plus for users and integrators. It ensures access to all the tools that are essential for hassle-free video wall setup and configuration whilst supporting easily configuring multiple video walls."

 

The company is making DCCT and the Diagnostic Suite available on all new systems. Established Datapath users should either contact their Datapath representative or download the software using the following links:

DCCT

https://www.datapath.co.uk/datapath-current-downloads/video-wall-downloads-1/drivers

Diagnostic Suite

https://www.datapath.co.uk/datapath-current-downloads/video-wall-downloads-1/utilities-7/542-diagnostic-suite-v1-5-2

 

 

 

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FM Industry (www.fmindustry.com) is a popular online destination for facility and corporate real estate professionals. The website is operated by the editorial team at Facilities Management Magazine™ ("FM Magazine"), the oldest independent periodical in the global facility services sector. Now published in three geographical regions, FM Magazine was the first publication to launch a facilities management title for the Middle East market in 2005 (when it was also invited to chair the region's first Green Building Conference on behalf of the Government of Dubai). FM Magazine [GCC Edition] is now incorporated into the publication's new EMEA edition.

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