The Pavilion 4824 is a flexible, high density visual information video wall controller that is optimized for capturing multiple video sources of all kinds.

The Pavilion offers the ultimate solution for large, multi-screen, multi-window display of visual information at up to 30 screens.

This high-availability embedded platform fits into mission critical environment that requires extensive media processing and monitoring of multiple and diverse sources, connected via various networks. Pavilion’s innovative architecture combines the benefits of high quality, uncompressed video capture with the flexibility and convenience of network-based IP video distribution and sharing. The controller provides highest I/O port density for reduced space and power consumption. It offers a flexible modular design for “grow as you go” and cost effective solution.

The Pavilion is running the WallBrix application, for easy setup and control. It enables instant access to preset layouts and any source immediate display at any window size and location.
The WallBrix also provides client-server connectivity for remote client management and control.

Key Features: 

  • Highly reliable Industrial system in 4U chassis

  • Dual Intel 4th Gen. Xeon, 6-core processors

  • High performance PCI-Express Gen 3.0 architecture, 640Gbps Switched bus

  • High density – Up to 30 Full HD output ports

  • Up to 22 Full HD digital inputs

  • Up to 112 Composite video inputs

  • Optional PCIe Expansions

  • Quad 3+1 redundant, hot-plug power-supplies

  • Dual redundant, hot-plug power-supplies

  • 5x 3.5″ Hot-swap SATA3 HDD Bays with RAID 0,1,5,10 options

  • Dual redundant or load balancing 1Gbps LAN ports

  • Based on Windows 7 embedded, 64bit OS

  • Multiple and flexible display rendering configurations

  • Supports 4K resolutions and 3D graphics

  • Video over IP streaming in and out

  • Hardware accelerated video encoding and decoding

  • Local & Remote Intuitive setup and control

  • Open XML API for platform monitoring and control

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Hardware Platform
Parametr Description
Chassis 4U form factor / Rack mountable
7 Expansion slots
PCIe 3.0 motherboard
CPU Dual Intel® Xeon® E5-2600 v2 family processors / 6-Core / 2.2 GHz
Operating system Microsoft Windows 7 Embedded (64-bit)
Memory 16GB ECC DDR3 1666GHz SDRAM
Hard disk storage Up to 5 x 1TB / 3.5” SATA3 (6Gbps)
Optional RAID 0/1/5/10
Removable storage DVD/RW SATA Optical Drive (Optional)
Networking 2 x Gigabit Ethernet (RJ45)
Teaming modes – redundant / load balancing
1 x Gigabit IPMI / SNMP management
Control interface Wireless Keyboard / mouse
Control 4 x USB 2.0 ports
1 x RS-232 serial port for display-wall control
Power 650W Redundant Power Supplies
1+1 configuration
Dimensions Height – 7.0" (178mm)
Width – 18.2" (462mm)
Depth – 26.5" (673mm)
Other Features Low noise Thermal & fan speed control
Fans with tachometer status monitoring
Monitoring for CPU and system environment
Chassis intrusion detection
Temperature Operating Temperature: 10°C to 35°C (50°F to 95°F)
Non-operating Temperature:   -40°C to 70°C (-40°F to 158°F)
Humidity Operating Relative Humidity: 8% to 90% (non-condensing)
Non-operating Relative Humidity: 5% to 95% (non-condensing)

Add-on Cards
Parametr Description
GPU Output Up to 6-displays/projectors
mini DP 1.2 MST DVI/HDMI adapters
Maximum resolution of 4096 x 2160 / 30 bits per pixel at 60Hz / per display
2560 x 1600 with Dual-link DVI-|
1920 x 1200 with Single-link DVI
2GB GDDR5 graphics memory
Projectors overlap & Bezel compensation
DVI 1/2/4 Capture channels
up to 1920×1200 @24bit DVI/HDMI
2048×1536 @24bit Analog RGB (VGA) resolution
Automatic detection of input modes
HDMI 1/2/4 Capture channels
up to 4K x 2K Ultra-HD @30fps signal
Supports HDMI 1.4a standard and 3D image formats
Detect and de-interlace video source automatically
3G/HD/SD-SDI 2/4 channels
Composite 4/6/8/16 Composite video PAL/NTSC
Support D1/30 fps and compatible with PAL/NTSC
A/V (RCA/BNC) interfaces (extend by DB25 interface)
Universal Capture 1 HDMI/S-Video/YPbPr/CVBS channel
up to 1920×1080p@60/50fps
1 HDMI interface; 1 S-Video (DIN-4)/YPbPr (RCA)/CVBS (BNC)
VGA/SD-SDI (optional)
PCIe Expansion PCIe x16 slot
High-speed expansion cable for connection of Expansion platform
Power-On sequence
IP Networked video
Parametr Description
Streaming Out Full Wall or partial screen capture
Up to Full HD encoding
H264 @30fps RTP/RTSP Streaming
Adjustable resolution/frame-rate/bit-rate
Video over IP Up to 128 IP streams (According to streams configuration) and platform performance
up to 1920×1080 @60fps stream decoding
RTP/RTSP formats
MPEG2/4 VC1 H264 MJPEG Codecs
Remote Desktop >100 concurrent channels
Windows and Linux desktops
VNC and RDM protocols
Password protected
Mouse/Keyboard control (KVM)
Web HTTP >100 concurrent channels
IE Browser based GUI
Access any Web-server/Application server with Web GUI.
SCADA Process control Please contact sales for various options.



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