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Each ImageHub120 can control original integrated drive displays in vehicles together with the ImageCutter120 with standard DVI / HDMI and VGA image data. For this the ImageHub120 gets from a ImageCutter120 a tailored signal, regarding the specific display timing and format, and feeds it into the vehicle interface. There is a choice of the feed-in and the original display signal to show emergency messages and also to offer the original functionality.

The ImageHub120 receives its power from the ImageCutter120 and can also be supplied for looping the original signals without ImageCutter120, via the "Alternative Power In" input.

The small ImageHub120 is usually housed near the vehicle display and is looped into the original vehicle cable connection with an additional similar cable between the vehicle ECU and the vehicle display.
Particular features
  • Multiplexing between original image and PC/Video image
  • DC De-coupling of ImageHub120 and ImageCutter120
  • Obtains supply from ImageCutter120
  • Additional "Alternative Power In" input for a exclusive control unit operation without a ImageCutter120
Order Data: 1EMIH120-POR003

This Hub is suitable for following vehicles. Please select und confirm for more informations.

Vehicle Display unit
Model: Porsche Panamera
Type: (G2)

Time frame: 2016...
Name: CID
Display size: 12.3"
Resolution: 1440 x 540 pxl
Technology: MIB2-High (FPD III)


Cable from ImageCutter to ImageHub:
Cable either from control unit to ImageHub
or from ImageHub to display unit:

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