Marshall Electronics NCB-1005 1RU Network Controller with Easy-to-Navigate User Interface

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About Marshall Electronics NCB-1005

This 1RU network control box passes through Under-Monitor Display (UMD) protocols to be displayed on Marshall Electronics IMD-capable monitors. The NCB-1005 offers complete control of each monitor's menu functions and controls such as contrast, color, curtain color, ratio, etc. The monitors can also be controlled individually, by group, or on a global scale.
,br>The NCB-1005 connects directly to any TCP/IP 10/100 Ethernet connection. No special application is required since operability interfaces directly through any regular web browser. The NCB-1005 has an easy-to-navigate user interface. The operability interfaces through any regular web browser which allows direct access to osd and display functionality and control.

Marshall Electronics NCB-1005 Features

  • Ethernet: RJ-45 (supports 10/100)
  • RS-485 input connection for 3rd party iMD/Tally controller
  • Four RS-485 output ports to connect to Marshall Monitors
  • Each RS-485 port can support up to 128 LCD panels
  • Send and retrieve all internal monitor functions
  • Supported Protocol: image Video, TSL, Marshall
  • Web browser interface

Marshall Electronics NCB-1005 Specifications

Image Video, TSL, Marshall
RJ-45 (10/100 compatible) x 1, RS-485 control port x 1 (IN), RS-485 x 4 (OUT)
Max LCD panel per port
Max LCD panel control (per NCB)
Max cable run
2000' per port
Power consumption
Approx. 50W
Dimensions (W x H x D)
18.96 x 1.72 x 8.37in / 481.58 x 43.69 x 212.60mm
5.5lbs / 2.50kg
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