Digital Signage HDMI-over-IP
Digital Signage HDMI-over-IP
- Distributes HDMI via a network
- H.265 compression
- One-to-One directly over a LAN or directly
- One-to-Many over LAN
- IR Pass-through
The TC-HDMIIP/V2 converts HDMI signal into TCP/IP packets for transmission over a standard LAN network. With no visible loss of video quality it is perfect for corporate and digital signage applications.
The previous version of this product was bigger and used H.264 compression, but this new version uses much less bandwidth thanks to the H.265 compression and better quality HiSilicon chipset.
Transmitters and receivers sold separately so you can scale your system.
- HDMI Loop Through
You may need to connect a display to the computer too, so an HDMI output on the transmitter is included.
- Advanced EDID Copy
A reset button restores EDID to default, or for advanced applications holding either of the reset buttons down will copy the display EDID to the transmitter.
- One to Many
Need to display one source on many screens? This product multi-casts, so you can have one transmitter for the source, and over 100 x receivers can sit on the network – one for each display. Only one transmitter per network.
- Point to Point without LAN
Connect one transmitter directly to a receiver and completely bypass a network. This will work with a standard CAT6 cable up to 150 m (492 ft) on a high quality cable.
- Maximum Length
When using a LAN the signal will be repeated by each node on the network, resulting in unlimited length.
Fully HDCP 1.4 compliant, it supports resolutions up to 1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz.
Digital audio which is encoded on the HDMI signal is transmitted.
- IR Pass-Through
Control the source device from the display with the IR pass-through. An IR blaster and receiver cable is included, and it supports standard 20-60 kHz IR signals.
- Plug and Play
EDID (extended display identification data) is automatically passed through. Just connect everything together and it will work immediately.
- H.265 Compression
Video is compressed using the H.265 protocol. Images are full colour with smooth motion.
- LAN Protocols
Despite using the standard IP protocols you don’t need to be a network engineer. All end points must be on the same subnet… that’s all you need to know. For best results use a stand-alone network for this system.
This product requires a power supply for each transmitter and receiver. It does not use PoE.
- Unmanaged Switch
Many video-over-IP solutions require a managed switch so that IGMP snooping can be enabled, but in this case no advanced switch setup is required. A low cost unmanaged switch can be used.
- Multiple Sources
If you need more than one source to be distributed over one physical LAN you can use Virtual LANs to separate the topologies. The systems are kept separate and cannot be used as a matrix. A DHCP switch assigns IP addresses to each end point and is used to create the vLANs.
- Auto Standby
If the input is shut off the display will be allowed to go to sleep.