The Tessera R2
The R2 is a receiving card developed by Brompton Technology. It takes a new module-based design approach that allows it to produce the most potent ever LED panel receiver card. The Tessera R2 Receiving Card uses cutting-edge technology, ensuring perfect capability, size, features, and more. It supports 262k output pixels; thus, it is ideal for all panels, including sub-2mm, fine pitch products, XR virtual, and HD LED displays.
The R2 Receiver Card works efficiently with all Tessera processors, packed and equipped with industry-leading features such as Brompton’s intuitive software system, flexible and fast output mapping, HDR, and extensive, accurate color control. Here are more of its advanced functions and features;
Superior Grayscale Performance
This function and feature work perfectly with the exclusive Brompton features Dark Magic and PureTone.
Advanced Calibration Options
It allows video engineers to make on-site tweaks, such as applying edge correction to compensate for mechanical seams between panels using On-Screen Color Adjsutemtn or OSCA.
The Tessera R2 can read calibration data from the LED modules, so you can swap these modules without recalibrating.
Furthermore, the Tessera R2 is considered the most potent receiving card ever.
The Tessera R2 Receiver Card has the following features;
The Tessera R2 measures only 68 x 32 mm, and using the DDR2 SO-DIMM socket to integrate it; the R2 module becomes effortlessly fits in small hub board designs, decreasing its size significantly.
Brompton Technology Company provides reference designs to aid hub board design. Their FAE or Field Application Engineers are always available to support the integration of new panels locally or remotely.
An R2+ receiver card is an upgrade form of the R2 receiving card; however, it is entirely compatible with the R2 panel designs. It brings more data pins and capacity to support new LED drivers and other possible technology integration among developing LED screen designs.
The Tessera processors in the Tessera series communicate via Gigabit Ethernet with LED panels fitted with Tessera receiver cards. It also uses off-the-shelf Gigabit Ethernet networking equipment and cabling.