Marshall to Showcase Single Cable to Camera Solutions at IBC 2017

Marshall Electronics will showcase three new “one cable” transmission products that incorporate HDBaseT technology at IBC 2017.

As a member of the HDBaseT Alliance, Marshall said it has developed new products to offer single cable to camera solutions for integration in broadcast and professional audio video markets and applications.

Marshall’s new offerings eliminate cable clutter without compromising performance or quality. The supported transmissions include up to 4K at 60 frames-per-second, high definition audio, control and PoE (Power over Ethernet) up to 100 watts over a single Cat 7/6a cable at lengths of up to 328 feet.

The new Marshall CV612HT-4K 4K PTZ Camera and Marshall VAC-HT12-KIT HDMI over HDBaseT Extender Kit enable simple installations utilizing HDBaseT over Ethernet cable.

The Marshall CV612HT-4K PTZ Camera is based on a nine-megapixel sensor and housed in a PTZ chassis, designed for smooth, simultaneous four-axis control of pan-tilt-zoom-focus. It supports up to 4K(UHD) 3840x2160p, as well as standard HD 1080p/1080i/720p video. Adjustment settings include white balance, dynamic range, exposure, iris control, gamma, red/blue-gain and black level.

VAC-HT12-KIT HDMI over HDBaseT Extender Kit

VAC-HT12-KIT HDMI over HDBaseT Extender Kit

Marshall’s VAC-HT12-KIT HDMI over HDBaseT Extender Kit will convert any HDMI device into a single cable solution. Consisting of two main components, the VAC-HT12-R receiver and VAC-HT12-T transmitter, the VAC-HT12-KIT will supply any HDMI device with 48 volt PoE and RS485/232 control, and will transmit uncompressed audio/video from over 100m away.

The CV612HT-4K and VAC-HT12-KIT are available now through Marshall dealers worldwide.

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