The Just Add Power 339A features two key installer requested upgrades: All Power Cords and Plugs are now rear mounted for smarter rack installations and only LEDs on the front panel. A clever racking feature of the 339A allows the power cord to be moved to either the front or back just by simply relocating the name plate and it also permits the rack ears to be attached to the front or back.
The Projector Connector™ HDMI over IP Rackmount Transmitter allows you to simultaneously send out 3 different HDMI 1.3 Signals (up to 1080p) to one or more HDMI video projectors or LCD Panels and return an IR Control Signal to the source using CAT5/6/7 cable over a standard Ethernet infrastructure. Can be used to distribute HD digital content from multiple sources to up to 200 displays on a LAN by cascading Ethernet switches up to 3 levels, allowing the farthest display to be located up to 1,000' away from the 1080p source device while sustaining excellent picture & sound quality. Each device is installed using 1 piece of UTP or STP cable. AV signals are transmitted digitally over the CAT5/6/7 cable without any signal loss.
The integrated Scaler function allows different input and output resolutions up to 2048x2048 (different output displays can be at different resolutions). The Return IR Control function is best suited for a Point-To-Point application, and is of limited value in a Point-To-Many environment. For installations in a Many-To-Many environment it is necessary to use a third party home automation solution to provide distributed remote control functionality.
NOTE: Support for multiple transmitters requires a Managed network switch with VLAN/IGMP support. Standard LAN switches can only support 1 transmitter.
Not an HDMI Balun, but an HDMI over IP system. This means you can create your own A/V Ethernet network and all of the receivers will find the transmitter automatically. It may even be used over smaller existing house networks and low cost LAN switches and routers.
Any HDMI source can simultaneously be displayed on any number of display devices (if multiple displays are permitted by the HDMI source) using VLAN isolation on a Managed Ethernet switch. Using the HTTP GUI a PC (wired or wireless) can control what signal is being watched at each location. Sophisticated Home Theater installations can use a programmable console to control the system using RS232 commands. The Managed switch must support IGMP and permit duplicate IP addresses across the VLAN domains. You must use a third party home automation solution to provide distributed remote control functionality.