Camplex Introduces 4K/2K HDMI 2.0 SFP Fiber Extender

Camplex has introduced a fiber 4K/2K HDMI extender for use with SFP modules that features automatic EDID and RS232 bi-directional passthrough and is HDCP 2.2 compatible.

Camplex said the CMX-FMCH001 18 Gigabit fiber extender sends a standard copper-based HDMI signal up to [email protected] via SFP modules (not included) with a maximum distance of 37 miles over singlemode fiber.

The system includes automatic EDID for rapid integration of source and display and supports RS232 bi-directional pass through. The device is housed in a rugged, black powder-coated steel cabinet for use at live events and digital signage operations. 

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