MRV216 Novastar Receiving Card Descrition
The MRV216 Novastar Receiving Card is a general receiving card developed by NovaStar. A single MRV216 loads up to 512×384 pixels
(NovaLCT V5.3.0 or later required). Supporting various functions such as the brightness calibration, quick adjustment
of dark or bright lines, 3D, and individual Gamma adjustment for RGB, the MRV216 can greatly improve the display
effect and user experience.
The MRV216 uses 16 standard HUB75E connectors for communication, resulting in high stability. It supports up to 32
groups of parallel RGB data and is suitable to various on-site setups.
Improvements to Display Effect
Working with NovaLCT and NovaCLB, the receiving card supports brightness calibration on each LED, which can greatly improve LED display brightness consistency, allowing for better image quality.
Quick adjustment of dark or bright lines
The dark or bright lines caused by splicing of modules and cabinets can be adjusted to improve the visual experience. The adjustment can be easily made and takes effect immediately.
Working with the sending card that supports 3D function, the receiving card supports 3D image output.
Individual Gamma adjustment for RGB
Working with NovaLCT (V5.2.0 or later) and the sending card that supports this function, the receiving card supports individual adjustment of red Gamma, green Gamma and blue Gamma, which can effectively control image nonuniformity under low grayscale and white balance offset, allowing for a more realistic image.
Improvements to Maintainability
The cabinets display the receiving card number and Ethernet port information, allowing users to easily obtain the locations and connection topology of receiving cards.
Temperature and voltage monitoring
The temperature and voltage of the receiving card can be monitored without using peripherals.
Bit error rate monitoring
The Ethernet port communication quality of the receiving card can be monitored and the number of erroneous packets can be recorded to help troubleshoot network communication problems. NovaLCT V5.2.0 or later is required.
Firmware program readback
The receiving card firmware program can be read back and saved to the local computer. NovaLCT V5.2.0 or later is required.
Configuration parameter readback
The receiving card configuration parameters can be read back and saved to the local computer.
Improvements to Reliability
The receiving card and sending card form a loop via the main and backup line connections. If a fault occurs at a location of the lines, the screen can still display the image normally.
Dual backup of the application program
Two copies of the application program are stored in the receiving card at the factory to avoid the problem that the receiving card may get stuck due to program update exception.