The Atlona AT-UHD-EX-100CE-TX is an HDBaseT transmitter for HDMI transmission up to 328 feet (100 meters) over category cable with Ethernet pass through, plus RS-232 and IR control. Designed to work with HDBaseT inputs on switchers and projectors, this extender transmits video signals up to 4K/UHD @ 60Hz with embedded multi-channel audio. Additionally, the transmitter extends Ethernet, RS-232, and 12 volt-based IR control commands. The AT-UHD-EX-100CE-TX is HDCP 2.2 compliant and supports EDID communication. The transmitter features a quarter rack width metal enclosure for easy rack mounting with rear panel I/O ports for uncluttered wire management. This PSE (Power Sourcing Equipment) device is externally powered, includes a desktop power supply and provides Power over Ethernet for compatible receiving devices. The AT-UHD-EX-100CE-TX is certified by the HDBaseT Alliance.
This HDBaseT Class A transmitter is designed to support the growing number of displays and video projectors in the commercial market with HDBaseT inputs. The AT-UHD-EX-100CE-TX provides extended distance, transmission of uncompressed, 4K/UHD HDMI signals from switchers and matrixes. Other applications include remote input signal transmission for the AT-UHD-CLSO-824 matrix switcher. Built-in Ethernet and bi-directional control signal extension eliminates the need for additional cabling from switcher to the display or remote input device. Installer-friendly features include: a rack-mountable form factor that allows four transmitters to share a single, 1U rack tray; power chaining to allow multiple sets to be powered from one power supply; and a front mounted USB port for easy firmware updates.
The AT-UHD-EX-100CE-TX is ideal for use in commercial point to point applications that require extended distance HDMI signal transmission to HDBaseT-equipped displays. The transmitter can be used with any 4K/UHD switcher, matrix switcher, or distribution amplifier. Multiple points of of control allow the transmitter to work with a variety of third-party control systems to cost-effectively extend control signals within a system.