DM Series Monitors
The XM311K is a 31" true 4K resolution HDR and SDR reference master monitor equipped with professional 12Gbps SDI inputs. The XM311K qualifies as a Dolby Vision mastering monitor. A fullscreen peak luminance of 1,000cd/m2, support for both PQ and HLG EOTFs, multiple color gamut selections, and a contrast ratio of 1,000,000:1 make the XM311K ideal for a wide variety of demanding HDR workflows.
LMCL is a groundbreaking new LCD technology that introduces an independently controllable layer of light modulating cells between the backlight and traditional display cell. This allows for greatly expanded individual pixel level control of light intensity resulting in several key benefits compared to traditional LCDs including truer black levels, much higher contrast ratios, no halation / flare artifacts, and no loading behavior. Compared to OLED technology LMCL has the distinct benefit of avoiding burn-in as well as being able to maintain consistent peak luminance regardless of overall scene brightness.
12Gbps SDI connections greatly simplify room design by allowing you to feed 4K and UHD signals to the display over a single cable. Quad 1.5Gbps and 3Gbps SDI connectivity are also supported in both 2SI and Square Division based variations ensuring compatibility with practically any type of 4K or UHD output. The XM311K supports advanced 12bit 4:4:4 YCbCr, RGB, and XYZ signals setting it apart from less advanced monitoring solutions.
The XM311K features the unique ability to simultaneously supply a clean 12G / 6G loop through and real-time down converted 3G or 1.5G output. Any incoming single link 4K or UHD signals can be converted to 2K or HD outputs for downstream HD monitors or scopes, all without needing any standalone down conversion equipment.
The IP Remote Utility can be used to remotely toggle functions, switch inputs, and navigate the menu on Flanders Scientific monitors using your Mac or PC's keyboard, mouse or control panel. Also available for iOS devices.
A Stream Deck can be easily configured for use with the IP Remote Utility to trigger shortcuts.
The XM311K is a true 4K resolution monitor (4096x2160) that supports full screen viewing of HD, Ultra HD, and 4K content.
XM series monitors automatically read payload ID (VPID) information embedded in SDI signals and lock to the signal accordingly. This information can also be temporarily displayed whenever a format change is detected so that you can be sure that what you intend to output to the monitor is what the monitor receives.
A VPID override toggle is also provided allowing users to manually configure the monitor in instances where the payload ID may be missing or incorrect.
View interlaced video with correct field order or combine fields and display interlaced signals as progressive.
HD content is displayed without interpolation by representing every pixel from the incoming source as 4 pixels on the panel. This allows for accurate signal representation on screen by avoiding interpolation methods that might mask or omit image issues.
The XM311K features direct compatibility with on-set color applications like LiveGrade Pro, Prelight, FireDay, and FirePlay for real-time color manipulation without the need for a standalone 4K LUT box.
The XM311K is ideal for multi-cam monitoring applications with support for simultaneous viewing of up to 4 genlocked HD feeds and the additional ability to view any feed full screen as needed.
The XM311K comes equipped with 4K compatible real-time waveform and vector scope.
Quickly and easily save up to 5 custom configurations and switch between them with a single button press.
4 adjustment points from 0-100 percent allow you to establish specific target areas to be shown in false color or greyscale.
Choose from a wide assortment of standard markers and safety areas that can be displayed as lines, translucent overlays, or solid overlays. Lines and overlays have selectable colors for instant customization.
XM Series monitors utilize advanced tetrahedral LUT interpolation delivering a higher degree of precision with better on screen performance than simple trilinear LUT interpolation.