See the Benefits of HDMI over IP at The MuxLab InfoComm 2018 Booth

The MuxLab InfoComm 2018 booth featured an HDMI over IP extender and the AVoIP-run control system which allows users to select elements with one touch.

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The 500762 (HDMI over IP H.264/H.265 PoE Extender) displayed at the MuxLab InfoComm 2018 booth isn’t your average “oIP” extender.

This solution allows integrators to make a virtual matrix video wall with Multiview capabilities. According to sales manager Peter Justiz, it’s a complete streaming box that sends sources over the internet.

Related: 14 AV over IP Solutions from InfoComm 2018 That Could Determine the Category’s Future

“It is a 4K/60 transmitter and receiver combination with two sources to each transmitter sending a 4K signal source, uncompressed,” he says.

More HDMI over IP Extender features:

  • Management done via an app that runs the entire system
  • Location finder to see different devices in different rooms throughout the facility
  • A visual representation of the room on the controlling app: a floor plan, birds-eye view, or actual picture of room
  • Icons that represent display sets in the room, with light blue color indicating each set of devices you can connect with
  • Supports 100’s of TX & RX devices depending on network bandwidth
  • Extends local audio/video transmission up to 330ft (100m) over Cat5e/6
  • Supports SPDIF (TosLink) Audio Out (RX)
  • 2CH audio insert (TX), and 2CH audio extract (RX)
  • RS232 and Directional IR for remote control of end-devices

More from the company on the MuxLab InfoComm offerings:

When connected to a local Ethernet network, point-to-multipoint and multipoint-to-multipoint configurations are established in a low bandwidth, expandable and cost effective manner, untethering the system from dedicated cabling.

This transmitter/receiver system has exceptionally low bandwidth requirements, allowing AV streaming around the globe via Ethernet, WiFi or Internet connectivity. The transmitter accepts a 1080p@60Hz input and streams content to the receiver, where the signal is scaled up to 4K@60Hz.

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.

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