Minimise the Cost of Your HDMI Installation with the Portable Quantum Data 780 - Portable HDMI Tester

Save time and minimise the cost of your HDMI installation with the portable Quantum Data 780 Test Instrument. The Quantum Data 780 is ideal for troubleshooting HDMI interoperability problems.

Minimise the cost of your HDMI installation with the portable Quantum Data 780 Test Instrument.


The Quantum Data 780 handheld HDMI test instrument is the first battery powered, portable multimedia pattern generator enabling you to conduct quick, on -site verification testing of your HDMI system and analogue video displays.

Being battery operated and portable makes it a flexible and easy to use test instrument in the field. With intuitive touch screen control it can identify solutions at every level of the supply chain, minimising the return of goods and maximising on HDMI based installation success.

For field applications, it is ideal for troubleshooting HDMI interoperability problems and demystifying HDMI, providing confidence in HDMI products within the supply chain.

The Quantum Data 780 is a "must have" when designing or using products with HDMI connectors as more and more consumers demand state of the art equipment.

Find out more about the Quantum Data 780 Test Instrument at http://www.sequoia.co.uk/components/product.php?d=5&c=142&f=291&p=1231&fmt= or call Sequoia Technology for more details on +44 118 976 9000

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