Receive and an HDMI signal over 100m via Ethernet with the Roland HTRX01 HDBaseT Receiver. This HDCP compliant device supports WUXGA, can transmit an HDMI signal up to 1080/60p, and is capable of RS-232C transmission. Please note, to transmit the data for the HTRX01 to receive, users will need a device such as the HDBaseT.
Key Features: Roland HTRX01 HDBaseT Receiver
- Roland XS series output receiver
The HT-RX01 can be used as a receiver for the HDBaseT output from XS series multi-format matrix switchers. Using the RS-232C signal transmission function of the XS series lets you transmit RS-232C signals input to the XS series device along with video and audio signals. This can achieve audio/video transmission in school auditoriums, company conference halls, and other large spaces.
- Long-distance HDMI transmission
Connecting an Ethernet cable to the HT-TX01 or HT-RX01 enables transmission of HDMI signals over a distances of up to 100 meters. This makes it possible to connect video cameras, Blu-ray decks, switchers, and other source equipment to LCD monitors, projectors, and other display devices. In addition to HDMI signals, RS-232C signals can also be transmitted, making it possible to send control signals along with video and audio reducing system wiring.
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