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Tech Showcase: Signal Distribution

Signal distribution is the heart of AV, and it’s really where AV professionals prove their worth. Here are some of the options out there for getting signal from A to B, from traditional to AV Over IP.

At NAB this year, Adder Technology announced ADDERLink INFINITY 4000 Series calling it the world’s first dual-head high performance 4K IP KVM matrix over a single fiber. The ALIF4000 delivers pixel- and color-accurate, video, as well as audio and USB to single or dual 4K screens. Full compatibility with the existing INFINITY range means the ALIF4000 can be phased into an existing network without disruption, downtime or the cost of rip and replace.

AJA Video Systems can provide cable runs of up to 32,808ft. for 4 independent channels of 3G/HD/SD-SDI input using their FiDO4T-ST. 4K/UltraHD-SDI is output over 4 fiber links while the tiny unit uses only 5-20VDC power on its included DWP-U-R1 universal power supply. It is one in the family of FiDO single, dual and quad channel SDI/ Fiber converters with a choice of LC, ST or SC connectors.

The unique TP315-101 HDMI over AnyWire transmitter from Altinex. Carrying 1080P HDMI signals up to 300 meters using a simple 2-conductor cable, the transmitter can use up to four receivers connected directly through unbundled wire or in a daisy-chain pattern. There is also an IR pass-through for receiver end to transmitter end control. For transmitter output confidence monitoring, a video output is provided to support a local monitor.

AMX designed the DX-TX-DWP DXLink Multi-Format Transmitter to transport HDMI with HDCP, control, and Ethernet up to 100 meters over one standard twisted pair cable. It can be used with AMX Enova DGX DXLink Twisted Pair Input Boards or compatible Enova DVX All-In-One Presentation Switchers but for a point to point link it can send signals directly to a DXLink HDMI Receiver. Capable of running on power from a variety of DXLink power sources, it includes a multi-format analog port to support legacy devices and an HDMI port for digital feeds.

The Analog Way range of LivePremier modular and scalable 4K/8K multi-screen presentation systems and videowall processors supports presentation for high-end staging and system integration. The LivePremier Aquilon combines industrial-grade reliability, realtime 10/12-bit 4:4:4 video processing power and pure 4K60p on each input and output with ultra-low latency. In its largest chassis configuration, LivePremier Aquilon offers up to 24 inputs and 20 outputs and up to 24 4K freely assignable layers. Field-replaceable I/O connector modules allow connectivity to a variety of formats, including HDMI2.0, DP1.2, 12G-SDI and future potential formats such as single-cable 8K and IPTV transports. Up to 64 channels of audio can be de-embedded from video sources, routed directly to a Dante network and re-embedded from external audio processor to send to display, recording device, or streaming.

At InfoComm, Apantac debuted a unique KVM over IP solution for the popular openGear platform – the OG-KVM-IPTx. With Its mix-and-match configuration, openGear is a popular standard in the broadcast industry. Apantac has built many Professional AV products (with broadcast quality) for the openGear platform, including solutions based on HDBaseT technology, multiviewers with KVM functionalities, converters and splitters. This new KVM over IP card is compact and reliable. It is modular, hot swappable and hot pluggable. Up to 20 OG-KVM-IP-Tx boards can fit into a single 2RU frame with built-in redundant power supplies and network management. Since, it is based on the openGear standard, system integrators can also mix and match different cards from multiple manufactures in a single frame, depending on their application and needs. When combined with the Apantac KVM over IP receiver and an off-the-shelf Gigabit Ethernet switch that supports IGMP and Jumbo frame, Apantac’s KVM over IP solution allows multiple users to have access to multiple computers with both fiber and copper outputs. The OG-KVM-IP-Tx supports both copper and fiber outputs. The product was designed using the broadcast-quality standard openGear platform, yet geared towards the professional AV marketplace.

The RS-123 Rack Mount Extender/Computer from Arista is a 19-inch, 1RU rack mount chassis that can house two inter-connected modules. The RS-123 is available in two configurations: transmitter and receiver. The signal transmitter configuration combines the Arista ARD1006-A07-TX transmitter with the company’s MicroBox-1100A-E01 computer module. With the HDBaseT 2.0 transmitter and computer installed in the RS-123 chassis, the computer display can be extended up to 330 feet away. The ARD-1006-A31-TX AV over IP transmitter and the MicroBox-1100A-E01 computer can be used to switch the computer display to different LCD monitors. For the receiver configuration, the RS-123 configuration combines the Arista ARD-1006-A07-RX receiver with Arista’s AMP-1006-S04 splitter module.

The ATEN KE8950 4K HDMI KVM over IP extender allows access to a computer system from a remote USB console to anywhere over an intranet. The KE8950 KVM over IP extenders support one HDMI monitor at each end, providing a video display image with 4K x 2K video resolution (up to 3840 x 2160). KE8950 also support 1Gbps SFP fiber module expansions, enabling connections via fiber optic network to extend distances in transmission. The 4K HDMI KVM over IP extender consists of a transmitter unit that connects to the computer and a receiver unit that provides console access from a separate location. The computer is accessed from the remote console over a standard TCP/IP network via Cat-5e/-6 cable that allows point-to-point, point-to-multipoint, multipoint-to-point, and multipoint-to-multipoint administration.

A new wallplate version of Atlona’s OmniStream 111 (AT-OMNI-111) encoder, the AT-OMNI-111-WP, debuted at InfoComm, providing OmniStream integrators with a new form factor ideal for classrooms and meeting spaces. The AT-OMNI111-WP brings together the same features and functionality of the ATOMNI-111 into a compact, US two-gang wallplate, including 4K/UHD @ 60Hz and full HDR support, robust network error resilience, and standard IEEE 802.3af PoE powering. The US two-gang enclosure for Decora-style wallplate makes the AT-OMNI-111-WP ideal for installation in floor boxes, lecterns, and divisible rooms. All OmniStream single-channel encoders are interoperable with Atlona’s Zero UI Meeting space, leveraging OmniStream’s encoder grouping functionality to automatically switch between sources.

At InfoComm, Aurora Multimedia demonstrated their encrypted 4K60 4:4:4 10Gbps AV over IP transceiver box and wall plates, utilizing their Patent Pending IPBaseT technology based on the BlueRiver NT+ SDVoE platform. The IPX-TC3 and IPX-TC3 Pro are unique in they are the only 10Gbps SDVoE transceivers to have redundant fiber version and selectable copper fiber in a single unit. Aurora also the first company to utilize PoE with 10G. Aurora provides an entire solution with its SDVoE wall plate. The products offer seamless switching, USB 2.0 (480Mbps), Dante /AES67 8-channel, 1Gbps Ethernet, and control, and support dual OSD and ReAX. Key features include the EDID editor allowing for full manipulation of an EDID to create common denominators.

New from Black Box this year, and a little bigger than a smartphone, the compact ZeroU transmitter works with the Emerald SE receiver to give users a seamless desktop experience anywhere on a TCP/IP network— with actual hardware housed securely in a corporate data center or in the cloud. With dimensions of 7(w) x 15.5(l) x 2.5(h) cm, the ZeroU device is ideal for applications in which space is limited or costly. Supporting visually lossless full HD DVI video up to 1920 x 1200 and requiring less than 40 Mbps bandwidth for 1080p video, the transmitter brings high-performance connectivity to broadcast and postproduction trucks, healthcare emergency rooms, air traffic control rooms, industrial and transportation control room, educational facilities, and more. The ZeroU device can function as a basic point-to-point extender supporting simple, space-saving remote desktop connectivity. Alternatively, it can be used with other types of Emerald transmitters in a KVM matrix switching setup that addresses all the unique connectivity requirements of a particular facility or application. In conjunction with the Emerald SE receiver, the ZeroU enables seamless remote desktop connectivity to physical PCs, servers, and video sources, as well as virtual desktops hosted on servers or in the cloud. Like all Emerald devices, the ZeroU transmitter can be managed by Boxilla, the KVM network management system from Black Box. Emerald also gets a new Remote App for untethered access to the Emerald KVM network. Supporting multiple simultaneous connections for full-HD video up to 45 fps, it’s ideal for tasks such as remote process and applications monitoring.

For those moving camera signal, the Blackmagic Design Camera Fiber Converter and the Studio Fiber Converter can transport video, audio, power, talkback, tally and more into a single SMPTE hybrid electrical and fiber optic cable. This allows cameras to be placed up to 2 km away from a studio using a single cable. The connection consists of a standard SMPTE 311M hybrid electrical and fiber optic cable with a standard SMPTE 304 connector on each end. The cable features a 2 way fiber pair, data pair and power pair, along with a central strength member that gives it the needed durability for continuous use.

The Crestron DMNVX-D80-IoAV network AV decoder is a unique new solution that instantly transforms a display into a native DM NVX endpoint on an AV Over IP network. The DM NVX decoder plugs into the OPS (Open Pluggable Specification) port and is powered by the display, eliminating the need for cables and power modules, allowing displays to be flush mounted on the wall. DM-NVXD80-IoAV greatly simplifies installation and eliminates programming. With its ability to integrate with Crestron XiO Cloud, DMNVX-D80-IoAV allows system managers to infinitely control each display from one centralized location. DM NVX offers the densest image with the finest detail-as good as direct source.

DVIGear’s DisplayNet DN-150 Series represents a breakthrough in performance and value for IP-based AV signal distribution. Starting at under $1,000 per endpoint, the DN-150 Series supports signals with resolutions of up to 4K/60p (4:4:4) with 8-bit color, or 4K/60p (4:2:2) with 10 or 12-bit color. Based on the latest SDVoE standard, these units provide broad scalability, fast switching with zero frame latency and zero artifact image quality. They also are fully interoperable with all SDVoE-compatible products, including the award-winning DisplayNet DN-200 Series. The DN-150 Series relies on the intuitive DisplayNet Manager user-interface that makes set-up and maintenance of these units fast and easy.

Signal distribution is not just about electronics; when cable is involved it’s a mechanical design too. This month, FSR is shipping a brand new on-floor, wire-management solution. The Smart-Way On-Floor Raceway System installs on top of any flooring with ample space for power, communications and A/V connectivity with capacity to hold (14) 12 AWG (.130” diameter) power conductors, and (9) CAT 5E (.215” diameter), or (5) CAT 6A (.250” diameter) data cables. The Smart-Way is only ½” high, ADA compliant, available in slate-grey or bright aluminum finishes, and is sold in 6-foot sections. Its design includes centering V-grooves in the track to locate pilot/clearance holes for securing fasteners – adding to the ease of installation, and an optional Elbow Kit is available to make 45 or 90-degree angles that don’t compromise the minimal bend radius of wire.

In May, Nortek Security & Control introduced the Gefen 4K Ultra HD 600 MHz Multi-Format 5×1 Presentation Switcher with built-in scaler, auto-Switching & split HDMI/HDBaseT outputs. The EX-4K600A-MR-51-HBTLS features five independently switchable and embeddable audio inputs, a microphone input with Phantom Power, audio breakout, and dual HDMI/HDBaseT outputs. It works with both 4K Ultra HD sources and legacy analog devices, and is accessible from any computer or mobile browser and via OnScreen-Display, and doubles as a setup tool and daily controller. For larger rooms, the Multi-Format 5×1 Switcher features built-in support for both consumer and professional microphones, with mixing and ducking controls for live events. The compact, surface-mountable enclosure is easily hidden under a table or placed on a shelf. Split outputs simultaneously support a local HDMI display and a remotely installed projector or screen using its integrated HDBaseT extender. The new 5×1 Switcher joins the Gefen family of dedicated Multi-Format Conferencing and Collaboration solutions that include a 4×1 Switcher, two 2×1 Switchers, and an HDBaseT Receiver.

As we go to press, Hall Research has introduced the UHB-SW2 extender that is comprised of a 2-gang wall plate transmitter together with a low-profile receiver. The wall plate provides auto-switching VGA and HDMI inputs as well as a USB port for connection to a host computer via HDBaseT 2.0. HDMI input supports 4K/60 4:4:4 HDR with up to 18 Gig bandwidth. VGA and its associates Audio inputs are converted to HDMI and scaled to be displayed on any TV or projector. The UHB-SW2 can extend the signals over a single CAT6 cable to a distance of 120 ft for [email protected] or 220ft for 1080p video. USB and RS-232 control signals are also extended. The receiver provides power to the wall plate via the CAT6 cable, and it provides two USB ports for connection of any USB 1.1 or 2.0 device at the receiver. Interactive touchscreen displays, memory devices, keyboard/mouse, even webcams can be connected to the Receiver. Auto switching video selects the last connected input (HDMI or VGA), however the wall plate includes a push-button to directly select either input.

Picking up on the eSports boom, IHSE zeros in on higher refresh rates—up to 240Hz at full 1080p res—to support esports and gamer demands with the Draco Ultra Gaming Extenders introduced at InfoComm. For competition gaming stations (or any workstation) where computers need to be located at distances that exceed the reach of copper cables, these KVM display management extenders can be used to support sharper visuals during fast action game-play, visualization, or any application that requires the fastest possible response. Additionally, moving the mouse will feel smoother compared to a more typical 60Hz display.

The industry’s first solution to support the latest Dante eight-channel chipset, the 767DSS transmitter from Just Add Power not only distributes Ultra HD and 4K video with HDCP 2.2 over a single Cat-5e cable, but takes Ultra HD over IP systems to the next level by adding compatibility with Dante and AES67 audio networks with separate switching of audio and video. The 767DSS transmitter allows installers to input up to eight audio channels from the J+P system for playout on Dante-enabled and AES67 devices and extract up to eight channels from the audio network for playout across the J+P system. The 767DSS is backward-compatible with legacy two-channel Dante and AES67 devices, while offering higher performance with lower compression—bit rates of 176.4 and 192 kHz—and latency as low as 0.25 milliseconds on Gigabit Ethernet. Secondary connectivity is built-in for glitch-free performance and to provide redundancy for high-availability applications.

New from KanexPro at InfoComm, the SWHDSC42D4K presentation matrix extender receiver has four video connector inputs with the ability to extend up to 70 meters. The matrix has three HDMI inputs and one USB-C input, plus two outputs, including a single HDMI output with external audio and an extender output with one HDMI loop output. Additionally, the SW-HDSC42D4K features one MIX audio input and one MIC audio input for global audio compatibility. Designed as the central component for an AV system, the SW-HDSC42D4K boasts true 4K scaling up to 4K at 60 Hz at 4:4:4. The built-in extender output enables the transmission of HDMI 2.0 signal over a CATx cable to ensure pristine, original image quality. The SWHDSC42D4K can be controlled and customized by any third-party control system, including Web GUI, RS232, IR and CEC.

At InfoComm, Kramer Electronics brought its industry-first 20-port audio matrix with DSP and interchangeable inputs and outputs to the US market. AFM-20DSP provides configuration flexibility and eliminates I/O limitations with its 20 interchangeable analog audio ports, letting AV professionals get more functionality for less real estate. AFM20DSP carries 8 AEC channels, auto feedback suppression, Dante support, built-in Hi-Z and Lo-Z 120W power amplification, and complete DSP functionality powered by Xilica Audio who has been a prominent name in the development of DSP systems since its establishment in 2002. For video, AFM-20DSP provides HDMI embedding and de-embedding at 4K60 4:2:0. AFM20DSP even boasts both fixed and open architecture.

Earlier this year, Lightware Visual Engineering introduced the HDMI20-OPTJTX90 and HDMI120-OPTJ-RX90 4K HDMI 2.0 compatible fiber optical extenders. They carry HDMI 2.0 class 4K signals with embedded audio to up to nearly 3000ft. and a full HD signal over 8000ft. over one multi-mode fiber cable. The hardware features a solid machined aluminum body and firmware can be updated through USB.

Matrox Extio 3 Series of IP KVM extenders deliver 4Kp60 4:4:4 UHD or quad 1080p60 4:4:4 performance over standard gigabit Ethernet at unprecedented low bitrates. Extio 3 IP KVM extenders can be configured as a point-to-point or networked KVM extender, extending multiple video, keyboard, mouse, USB 2.0, and audio signals using a single fiber optic or copper cable. Ready compatibility with standard network switches significantly diminishes the total cost of ownership to deliver a scalable KVM matrix switching solution. Featuring four DisplayPort connectors, Extio 3 also extends multi-display desktops with a single pair of transmitter and receiver devices.

MuxLab’s HDMI 2.0 Fiber Extender Kit (model 500464) is a transmitter/receiver system that comes in a small footprint with rugged, dongle-style enclosures that can be connected discreetly to the source and extended display. A duplex OM3 multi-mode fiber optic cable connects local and remote locations up to 330ft. (100m) in distance. Video is transmitted instantly as 4K (4096×2160) at 60Hz with a total data throughput of 18Gbps to accommodate the current HDMI specification. To further streamline installation, the transmitter offers the option of receiving power from its USB port or from the sources HDMI connection. The system supports HDMI 2.0, CEC, EDID and HDCP 2.2.

In June, Neutrik USA announced the new 2-input/2-output NA2-IO-DPRO Dante Interface. The NA2-IO-DPRO features two inputs switchable between Mic, Line, and AES/EBU signals plus two outputs switchable between analog Line and AES/EBU. Two Dante ports provide for either redundancy or device daisy chaining. With its small size, metal construction, and removable rubber protector, the NA2-IO-DPRO offers a rugged, reliable solution that is well suited to a wide range of applications.

The Opticis HDFX-500-TR supports the HDMI 2.0 standard and it transmits 4K 60Hz (RGB:4:4:4) up to 656ft. over one LC multimode fiber (OM3) without any data compression. The transmitter supports 3D content and complies with CEC, EDID and HDCP. It also supports HDR within its maximum bandwidth of 18Gbps. It features a high-retention HDMI connector to prevent accidental disconnection if it is subject to any vibration or movement. Opticis also developed their DPFX-400-TR as a DisplayPort 1.2 multimedia fiber optic extender. It can transmit DisplayPort 1.2 signals and analog RS-232 up to 4,921ft. on a duplex LC single-mode fiber in 4K 60Hz. Support includes an MST feature as well as auxiliary/I²C transmission. Moreover, it provides both DisplayPort and HDMI output with dual-mode DP (DP++).

The VuMATRIX 4K-60-POE-KIT from Pro Video Instruments is an HDMI over IP HDBIT matrix extender transmitter and receiver kit that allows users to distribute HDMI video up to full-4K 4:4:4 60 HDMI2.0 HDCP2.2 over any Cat-6 cable, up to 500ft., as well as any distance over the existing IP ethernet network, sharing Gigabit switches, Gigabit routers, and high-speed 5G WiFi. It is expandable to up to 99 transmitters and an unlimited number of receivers. Using a VuMATRIX Smart Controller, which enables auto-discovery and naming, users can control the VuMATRIX network from a the free VuMATRIX app, which is available for iOS or Android.

The Purelink HOF 2.0 Tx/Rx provides long-distance distribution of 4K/60 video, audio, and control signals over fiber. Ultra HD/4K, HDMI 2.0 (18G), embedded audio, RS-232, and bi-directional IR are all supported over distances up to 3,300 ft. using PureLink’s TOTALWIRE LC-terminated fiber optic cables. Features include real-time auto-EDID management and support for Dolby Atmos, DTS-HD Master Audio and LPCM 2/5.1/7.1.

Rose Electronics provides a KVM extension solution with the CrystalView DVI EX. It takes DVI video, keyboard, mouse, audio, and USB 2.0 devices up to 1,640ft. over Cat-X UTP cable and its stereo sound can be transmitted in either direction. The remote unit has three integrated USB 2.0 ports and these expandable to as many as 13 high speed USB 2.0 devices using USB hubs. This can be used for additional devices such as webcams, microphones, speakers and flash drives. Up to 500MA of power is available at each USB port for running high-power USB devices.

The RTI VXT-LR is an extender set for HDBaseT including 4K video, sound, Ethernet, control signals and power (PoH) for distances up to 328ft. for the 4K video and up to 492ft. for 1080p. The pair also supports ARC (Audio Return Channel) and optical audio return. There is a TOSLINK input on receiver for TV models without ARC-over-HDMI support and switchable audio de-embed or ARC breakout on Transmitter. Control signal transmission capability includes RS232 and IR. The receiver has 3 Ethernet ports and the two-way PoH enables either end to be powered for flexible installation options. The small physical size enables a unit to be mounted behind a video monitor.

SnapAV’s Binary 520 Series 1080p HDBaseT conference room extender and scaler can convey HDMI or VGA with stereo audio signals over distances up to 230ft. along with bidirectional IR, RS-232 and IP over a single Cat-X cable. Priority can be given to either HDMI or VGA video input by dip switch settings. For more installation versatility a single 12VDC power supply can operate the transmitter and receiver units. Source equipment can be operated on the same link with system’s bi-directional IR, RS-232, and IP capability. For longer runs, the Binary 560 series carries up to 18Gbps of [email protected] 4:4:4 and bi-directional IR and RS-232 up to 330 ft. It also supports 2-channel PCM, Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Atmos, DTS, DTS-HD Master Audio and DTS-X. A front panel DIP switch provides control for different modes of operation.

The TEK TPHD2-WP1 from Tekvox is a two-gang wall plate HDbaseT transmitter for HDMI or VGA/audio and bidirectional RS232 for distances up to 230ft. with PoC. The unit has a built-in scaling function with output resolution up to 4K and there is auto or manual selection between inputs that is RS232 controllable. The panel has LEDs for status indication and there is a USB port for firmware updates.The TEK TPHD2-WP1 from Tekvox is a two-gang wall plate HDbaseT transmitter for HDMI or VGA/audio and bidirectional RS232 for distances up to 230ft. with PoC. The unit has a built-in scaling function with output resolution up to 4K and there is auto or manual selection between inputs that is RS232 controllable. The panel has LEDs for status indication and there is a USB port for firmware updates.

From Thinklogical comes the world’s largest and highest-capacity matrix; the TLX1280 is a protocol agnostic, non-blocking switch for complete, end-to-end routing of video, audio, KVM, USB and other AV and computer peripheral signals. Supporting 10Gbps of uncompressed bandwidth per port, the TLX1280 is scalable in increments of 32 ports up to 1280 ports, for a unidirectional 1280×1280 or a bidirectional 640×640 switch. The TLX1280 is based on a 10Gbps uncompressed signal transmission protocol, preserving signal integrity to provide distribution and switching of the high resolution 4K video.

From tvOne, the Magenta HD-One DX and LX can run high definition video up to 328ft. and 4K UHD signals 200ft. on CAT5e/6/6e/7 cable while the HD-One DX500 and LX500 can take those signals up to a distance of 500ft. Also carried is embedded HDMI audio with support for Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio. The LX units also provide support for bi-directional RS-232 and two-way IR signals and they include one set of IR emitter/receiver cables along with a capability to be set to any of three IR bands: 36.7, 38.0 or 58.8kHz.

A descendant to the Vanco Evolution EVEX2006 HDMI extender, the Evolution EV4K2006 4K HDMI extender offers additional 4K capabilities to professional AV installations of any size and scale. The EV4K2006 offers a convenient solution for HDMI extension with bi-directional IR, auto EDID/EQ, and bi-directional PoE, allowing either the transmitter or receiver to be powered without the use of a power supply, greatly expanding its applications. The EV4K2006 includes two units: a transmitting unit and receiving unit. The transmitting unit is used to capture the HDMI input with IR signals and carries the signals over a single Cat-5e/-6 cable and the receiving unit is responsible for equalizing the transmitted HDMI signal and reconstructing IR signals.

The Wyrestorm EX-70-H2X 4K UHD HDBaseT extender set supports HDMI 2.0 video and HDCP 2.2 encryption along with the full 5Play feature set. The pair takes 4K UHD up to 230ft. and [email protected] 48bit as far as 328ft. It conveys control signals on bi-directional IR and RS-232 and it provides two-way PoH so that either unit can power the other on CAT6 cable. EDID adjustments can be made on the transmitter. Audio support includes 2ch PCM audio and up to 7.1, DTS-X and Dolby Atmos. For longer runs, the EXF-300-H2 is compatible with 2160p 4:4:4/60 or high frame rate HDR content with HDCP 2.2 encryption up to 984ft. on a 10G OM3 multi-mode cable. It also carries bi-directional IR or RS-232 control signals safely through environments with high EM or RF interference. The transmitter and receiver each operate on 12VDC.

The new ZeeVee ZyPer4K HDMI Module, developed in collaboration with NETGEAR and the SDVoE Alliance, is not itself an extender. But it provides a unique way to manage and distribute HDMI signals and is significant for its AVIT pedigree. The development partners envision it as a bridge between HDbaseT and AVoIP. The module plugs into the NETGEAR switch chassis, accommodating up to four uncompressed 4K HDMI sources; multiple modules may be used in the same switch. The ZyPer4K HDMI is built using the same technology as ZeeVee’s ZyPer 4K family of stand-alone encoders and decoders.

The Zigen ZIG-POEPRO-100A long-distance 4K/60Hz 4:4:4 HDMI extender conveys HDMI over a single UTP/STP with bi-directional RS-232 and IR. The transmitter will safely detect, classify, and provide 48V up to 25W power to the receiver connected to the HDBaseT port. The link is continuously monitored for any fault or overloading conditions and the current is limited to avoid hazardous conditions.

 

 

 

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