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Established in 1988, Bradford, Yorkshire is the home of Calibre UK Limited, a privately owned specialist electronics display equipment company.

With a wealth of experience in the Electronics industry, Calibre is highly respected World-wide as a specialist manufacturer of image processing products, specialist scalers, flat panel displays, flat panel display electronics, and I2C-Bus comms adapters & software.

With a wide range of scaling products including basic scalers, mid-market switchers and premium warp and blend scalers, Calibre focusses on providing high performance ProAV scaling solutions at affordable prices.

The Company also provides image scaling and processing technologies for use in digital cinema, large venue projection, surgical medical applications and broadcast/television studios, manufacturing products under its own brand-names as well as providing products and technology to several market leaders in the ProAV market Worldwide

Key products include the HQView and LEDView low latency scalers, PVProHD scalers with powerful image improvement capabilities and VideoExcel & Fovea-F1 broadcast video processors. 

Calibre has achieved World recognition providing image scaling technology for use with large LED videowalls primarily used for Concerts, Award Ceremonies, Rental/Staging and Advertising and for image scalers for professional projection applications.

As a market leader in innovation Calibre utilises its own in-house hardware and software design teams for all product development with technology centres in Bradford, UK and Hannover, Germany and its own factory in Bradford, UK. This enables Calibre to optimise product performance and retain an unusually high depth of technical knowledge of the design.  As such, Calibre is a highly effective OEM partner to many well-known companies in specialist markets, providing customised image scaling and processing solutions

“Creating technology for tomorrow’s World today”