Proudly making Quest AV equipment in Australia since 1988
also t/a Quest Electronics ® and Quest AV ®
Phone and SMS ... 0431 920 667 Mail ... POB 348 Woy Woy NSW 2256
Modular Construction, Easy Installation: Internal circuit boards plug into motherboard. External HD15 and BNC modules plug into rear panel and are retained by screws. The video and audio wiring is connected to a 12 pin Phoenix connector that plugs into the rear panel. VGA In - The built-in high resolution graphics splitter is similar to our very popular VGS2. Just plug your laptop or PC in and enjoy crisp pictures on your projector / LCD / plasma panel / large- screen monitor / etc. and OUT - The main output is located inside the wall and is a perfect match for our HQ cables. If you prefer to run separate 75 ohm BNC cables for the longer distances, just order the BNC output (Option /b). Video In - A composite video connector (yellow RCA/Phono) connects through to the multi-pin connector located on the rear panel of the electronics module. or S-Video - The AWP1 can be fitted with a mini 4-pin DIN in place of the composite video connector. This also connects through to the multi-pin connector on the rear panel of the electronics module. (Option /s) Audio In - There are two separate audio inputs... a 3.5mm stereo socket for PC audio and a pair of RCA/Phono sockets for a DVD / VCR / etc. Both sets of inputs are connected to separate terminals on the rear-panel multi-pin connector. The left RCA/phono feeds both outputs if the right one is unused. Rear Connections - The D.C. power and all video and audio connections are located on a single plug-in screw-terminal connector. The boosted VGA output is on a right - angled high - density 15 pin socket ready to plug into, or 5 x BNC’s for RGBH&V if you order the /b option. Data I/O - All 8 pins of the RJ45 on the front panel are connected 1:1 to an identical connector on the rear panel. For best performance, standard pairing is used on the circuit board. The RJ45s are shielded. Useage - The RJ45 data i/o point can be used as a convenient network connection point or with various adaptors such as AV baluns to connect to other AV equipment using CAT5/CAT5e cabling.
Quest AV model AWP1 Mk3 A-V Wallplate
Safe - The AWP1 is powered by a 12V dc switch-mode adaptor and consumes 1.2 Watts. It may be left on continuously without fear of overheating or it may powered on and off with the other A-V equipment in the installation. It may also be powered by other equipment (requires +12V @ 100mA). Installation - Easy to follow instructions are provided, but we do recommend that installation is performed by a suitably licensed person familiar with A-V and electrical wiring. The AWP1 has been designed to use Australian - standard electrical mounting brackets (not supplied). Control - The AWP1 has a blanking feature so the VGA picture can be turned off without causing the display device to show menus or a blue screen, etc. Internal links enable this feature and also allow the blanking to be controlled from the front panel 3.5mm audio jack (requires a CST1 ) or the rear panel terminal block. The monitor o/p is not affected. High performance - The AWP1 has great bandwidth for the crispest pictures you'll see. Long cables? No problem! Internal adjustments allow compensation for up to 100 metres of quality cable. All options are easily field - changeable without soldering because all modules simply plug in!
The AWP1 is out of production We still provide service.
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