Apantac To Unveil 4x4 HDMI Clean/Seamless Matrix Switch with HDBaseT at InfoComm 2015

Apantac will launch a new 4x4 HDMI Clean Matrix Switch with HDBaseT at the upcoming InfoComm 2015 Show. The latest built-in clean switching technology ensures the user is able to switch between HDMI without the usual screen glitches and random noises or pops.

The new Clean/Seamless Matrix Switch is ideal for classrooms, other educational applications, live presentations, and many other applications where HDMI there is a need for a clean matrix switch to handle many HD devices.

The CLN-4x4-SW-HDBT HDMI Seamless Switch allows four HDMI devices in various resolutions to be independently switched to four HDMI displays with a fixed resolution up to 230 feet away using HDBaseT technology. For example: four input sources from different computers or media players may have different resolutions, and the four HDMI monitors can be all 1080P. The CLN-SW-4x4-HDBT manages all the up/down/cross conversion internally and provides the end-user with a seamless/glitch free viewing experience.

Control of the source devices is managed by front panel buttons, IR remote control or RS232 port, while status of the inputs and outputs is displayed on the front panel LED display.

The CLN-4x4-SW-HDBT supports output resolutions up to 1920 x1080i/1080P. It is cost-effective, rack-mountable, easy to install, and is compatible with popular control systems.

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