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FAQ-How to Determine Whether a Terminal Supports SD Interfaces

Publication Date:  2015-08-07 Views:  606 Downloads:  0

Issue Description

How does a user determine whether a terminal supports SD interfaces?


Check the silkscreen on the terminal rear panel. If words SD IN or SD OUT exist, the terminal supports SD interfaces.

Figure 10-1 shows the interfaces on the real panel of VP9039S and VP9039A.

Figure 10-1 SD interface

The SD output interfaces of ViewPoint 9039S, HUAWEI VP9039A, and HUAWEI VP9036S are DVI interfaces that are connected to SD video sources or display devices through a DVI-(HDMI/VGA/S-Video/CVBS) conversion cable.

Figure 10-2 shows the DVI-(HDMI/VGA/S-Video/CVBS) conversion cable. S-Video and CVBS can also be used to connect to SD video sources or display devices.

Figure 10-2 DVI-(HDMI/VGA/S-Video/CVBS) conversion cable

The SD input and output interfaces of HUAWEI VP9035A are S-Video that transmits CVBS and S-Video signals.

The SD input and output interfaces of ViewPoint 9033, ViewPoint 9035, ViewPoint 9036, and ViewPoint 9039, are RCA that transmits CVBS signals.

    Huawei VP9039S displays a screen controlled by the remote control through an SD video interface if the software version of VP9039S is V100R009 B020SP** or later.
    Huawei VP9039A does not support the SD screen for remote control.