Ocean Matrix Introduces Series Of HDMI Over IP AV Extenders

Ocean Matrix has announced a series of HDMI over IP AV extenders with options for PoE, IR control, H.264 video compression and two-channel audio.

Ocean Matrix said the new series are HDMI, HDCP compliant, transmit signals up to 394-feet over a single Cat5e/6 cable for point to point transmission. They also support multi-layered applications when used with an Ethernet switch or router.

The plug and play transmitter and receiver include two-channel audio, IR control and allows for setting IP addresses using a web browser for point to many setups. The transmitter and receiver models have low bandwidth requirements with H.264 video compression and power over Ethernet making installation easier and reducing wiring.

The series also includes bi-directional RS232, IR remote control and supports dynamic host configuration protocol (DHCP). With four RJ45 ports each, the 1 X 4 transmitter and 1 X 4 receiver function as splitters in daisy-chain network configurations allowing up to three layers. Both also feature wind band IR control and LPCM 2-channel audio. 

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