The HDMI/VGA/USB over IP PoE Wall Plate Transmitter allows HDMI, VGA and USB equipment to be connected up to 330ft (100m), with video supported at up to 4K (3840×2160) resolution @ 30Hz via one (1) Cat5e/6 unshielded twisted pair cable in a point-to-point configuration. The USB port may be used for extending various USB devices including Smart Boards. Point-to-multipoint and multipoint-to-multipoint configurations are also possible by connecting several Transmitters and Receivers to the same local Ethernet IP network via an Ethernet Switch. The HDMI/VGA/USB over IP PoE Wall Plate Transmitter also supports PoE (PD) if used with a PoE (PSE) Ethernet Switch. Additional Transmitters may be purchased separately depending on the intended application and number of units required.
The HDMI/VGA over IP PoE Wall Plate Transmitter, UHD-4K is a two-gang wall plate transmitter which provides a convenient interface for HDMI and VGA input sources. It allows HDMI and VGA equipment to be extended up to 330ft (100m) from an Ethernet Switch via one (1) Cat5e/6 cable. The unit supports one (1) HDMI-In, one (1) VGA-In and one 2CH Audio-In, and supports resolutions up to 4K (3840×2160) @ 30Hz for HDMI and 1920×1200 @ 60Hz for VGA. The input selection between HDMI and VGA inputs may be locally or remotely selected, and supports auto and manual switching modes with LED indicators. This device may be used with the MuxLab 500758-RX and 500759-RX over IP Receivers, all managed via the 500811 Network Controller. The device supports PoE (PD) for easy installation.
The HDMI over IP H.264/H.265 PoE Extender Transmitter and Receiver combination allows HDMI source and display equipment to be extended locally up to 330ft (100m) at up to 4K @ 60Hz resolution via Cat5e/6 cable in point-to-point, point-to-multipoint and multipoint-to-multipoint configurations via a local Ethernet network, and supports Video Wall and Multiview capabilities in a low bandwidth, flexible, expandable and cost effective manner, without the need to install dedicated cabling systems. The exceptionally low bandwidth requirements of this device combination allows for streaming audio/video content over a local network, over WiFi, and over the Internet for distributed installations spread-out throughout the globe. The transmitter accepts a 1080p @ 60Hz video and streams the content to the Receiver, where the signal is up-scaled up to 4K @ 60Hz to be displayed on a 4K monitor. The Receiver also accepts H.264/H.265 video streams from other transmitting devices of up to 4K @ 60Hz. These devices support PoE (PD) and may be powered by a PoE (PSE) Ethernet Switch.
Finally get the 4K video wall display you have always wanted with this HDMI 4K over IP solution which allows HDMI equipment supporting up to 4K @ 30Hz or 1080p at 60Hz resolution to be connected and extended to create a video wall of user-configurable size (X by Y) supporting 100’s of screens, depending on network bandwidth, utilizing one Receiver for each display in the array. Transmitter (500759-TX) and Receiver (500759-RX) can be connected via Cat5e/6 cable up to 330ft (100m) from an Ethernet Switch. The Transmitters and Receivers support PoE (PD) and may be powered by a PoE (PSE) Ethernet Switch. The IR Emitter and IR Sensor, if required, may be purchased separately for IR based remote control applications. Look no further for video over IP solutions.
The MuxLab Pro Digital Network Controller (500811) is available to simplify configuration and control and allows for third-party smartphone and tablet management.
The HDMI over IP PoE Extender allows HDMI equipment to be connected to create a Video Wall of a user configurable size (X by Y) supporting 100’s of screens, depending on network bandwidth, utilizing one receiver for each display in the array.
The transmitter unit is connected using a LAN switch (PoE or non-PoE), with maximum distances of 330ft (100m) of Cat5e/6 cable between equipment.
Set-up and configuration of the video wall function is carried out using the MuxLab ProDigital Network Controller (500811) – sold separately.
The MuxLab ProDigital Network Controller is a Linux-based PC that allows users to control hub-installed MuxLab products via an Ethernet Web interface.
When installed on a local area network (LAN), the MuxLab Network Controller will scan the LAN for connected MuxLab products allowing the user to configure and control these products through an Ethernet Web interface.