05/21/2022 6:29 p.m.
https://cablematic.com/en/products/hdmi-matrix-selector-with-4-way-audio-4-output-for-cat5e-and-19-rack-HL043/
HDMI Matrix Selector with 4-way audio 4 output for Cat.5e and 19" rack
REF: HL043
Specifications
  • Inputs: it has four input HDMI female ports that allow to be selected forr sent to the outputs. Each of these ports also has an independent external infrared receiver connector for each port. 4 external infrared receivers and 4 remote controls with 4 buttons each are supplied. This allows up to 4 local or remote operators to independently select the desired HDMI video output.
  • Outputs: it has four output HDMI female ports. Eachone of these ports can independently select the image from any of the four input ports. In addition, each output port has 2 x RJ45 (TMDS and DDC). These ports are designed for connection to remote modules through UTP category 5e or category 6 cable.
  • On the front panel there are four selection buttons, one for each output port. These pushbuttons allowHave the selection of the HDMI input port for each HDMI output port.
  • It is supplied with remote control that allows independent control of each output port. For each port it has 4 buttons for selecting the input port and the OFF button.
  • The central unit has an infrared receiver but an external receiver with cable is also supplied to adapt to installations in cabinetsor where the central unit is not visible to the remote control.
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Specifications
  • Inputs: it has four input HDMI female ports that allow to be selected forr sent to the outputs. Each of these ports also has an independent external infrared receiver connector for each port. 4 external infrared receivers and 4 remote controls with 4 buttons each are supplied. This allows up to 4 local or remote operators to independently select the desired HDMI video output.
  • Outputs: it has four output HDMI female ports. Eachone of these ports can independently select the image from any of the four input ports. In addition, each output port has 2 x RJ45 (TMDS and DDC). These ports are designed for connection to remote modules through UTP category 5e or category 6 cable.
  • On the front panel there are four selection buttons, one for each output port. These pushbuttons allowHave the selection of the HDMI input port for each HDMI output port.
  • It is supplied with remote control that allows independent control of each output port. For each port it has 4 buttons for selecting the input port and the OFF button.
  • The central unit has an infrared receiver but an external receiver with cable is also supplied to adapt to installations in cabinetsor where the central unit is not visible to the remote control.

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Matrix HDMI selector (matrix) with four input ports and four output ports. From four input HDMI signals this device allows one of these signals to be sent to each of the HDMI output ports independently, meaning that each HDMI output can have a different signal selected from the HDMI input ports. . It is a model that has 4 female HDMI connectorsinput, 4 HDMI output female connectors and 4 push buttons for selecting the active input port (one push button for each output port). It also has 2 RJ45 connectors (TMDS and DDC) for each of the outputs, which allow the transmission of the HDMI signal through UTP cable category 5e or higher. The UTP cable allows the transmission and distribution of the HDMI signal at higher distances and also its instAlation is simpler and cheaper. 4 compact remote modules are supplied that receive the conditioned HDMI signal through the two UTP cables. These modules act from converters from RJ45 female to female HDMI connector, in addition to transmitting the control signals.

Main Module Specifications
  • Inputs: it has four input HDMI female ports that allow to be selected forr sent to the outputs. Each of these ports also has an independent external infrared receiver connector for each port. 4 external infrared receivers and 4 remote controls with 4 buttons each are supplied. This allows up to 4 local or remote operators to independently select the desired HDMI video output.
  • Outputs: it has four output HDMI female ports. Eachone of these ports can independently select the image from any of the four input ports. In addition, each output port has 2 x RJ45 (TMDS and DDC). These ports are designed for connection to remote modules through UTP category 5e or category 6 cable.
  • On the front panel there are four selection buttons, one for each output port. These pushbuttons allowHave the selection of the HDMI input port for each HDMI output port.
  • It is supplied with remote control that allows independent control of each output port. For each port it has 4 buttons for selecting the input port and the OFF button.
  • The central unit has an infrared receiver but an external receiver with cable is also supplied to adapt to installations in cabinetsor where the central unit is not visible to the remote control.
  • It has RS232 serial port (DB9 female) that allows the control of the selector through this interface (for example from an external computer). It works in ANSI 4800 8-N-1-non terminal mode.
  • Model in table format and rack 19 "of 1U of height (441 x 202 x 44 mm). It includes removable metal tabs for fixing to the rack.
  • ResoSupported version: 1920 x 1200 and 1080p.
  • Compatible with HDMI 1.3b, HDCP 1.0 and HDCP 1.1.
  • Supported VGA video formats: 640x480, 800x600, 1024x768 and 1920x1200.
  • Supported DTV/HDTV video formats: 480i, 576i, 480p, 576p, 720p, 1080i and 1080p.
  • Working frequency: Up to 225 MHz.
  • It has active port indicator LEDs and ON/OFF switch on the front panel.
  • Requires fuente 5 VDC power supply (included).
  • Connectors bathed in gold.
  • Maximum UTP cable distance between the central unit and a remote module of 40 m at a resolution of 1080p and using Category 6 UTP cable.
Remote Module Specifications
  • Inputs: It has 2 x RJ45 (TDMS and DDC) that are connected to the central unit via Cat.5e or Cat.6 UTP cable. It also has connectionn RS232 (DB9 female) to control the selection of the input port from the remote module through the serial port (PLC).
  • Outputs: Each remote module has a female HDMI output that connects to the video player or screen.
  • UTP to HDMI receiver size: 154 x 69 x 24 mm.
  • Requires the use of UTP category 5e or category 6 cable that meets the TIA-568B crimp standard.
  • Requieren 5 VDC power supply (included).
  • It has push button on the front panel for selection of active input port from the remote unit.
  • It has active port indicator LEDs on the front panel.
  • It has ON/OFF switch on the rear panel.
  • Infrared receiver on the front compatible with the remote controls of the remote modules.
  • Gross Weight: 5.9 kg
  • Product size (width x depth x height): 44.0 x 20.0 x 5.3 cm
  • Number of packages: 1
  • Master-pack: 1

Technical terms

  • VGA
  • Hz
  • HDMI
  • Categories network cables
  • Rack unit (U)
  • VDC
  • RACK 19
  • Types of network cables (UTP, FTP, STP)
  • Communication Series
  • 1080p
  • HDCP
  • RS232
  • HDTV
  • RJ45
VGA
The term VGA (Video Graphics Array or Video Graphics Adapter) is a graphics display system for PCs developed by IBM. VGA has become one of the standards for the PC image. In text mode, VGA provides a resolution of 720 by 400 pixels. In graphics mode, the resolution is either 640 by 480 (with 16 colors) or 320 by 200 (with 256 colors). The color palette is 262,144.Unlike earlier graphic standards for PCs - MDA, CGA, EGA and VGA - uses analog signals rather than digital signals. Since its introduction in 1987, several other standards have been developed that offer greater resolution and more colors (SVGA, XGA ...), but VGA remains the denominator used. All personal computers manufactured today still have support VGA, and possibly some other more advanced connection.

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