HDanywhere to showcase custom matrix with 4K at ISE 201527 January 2015
The new Modular 8×8 customisable matrix with 4K/UHD support will be showcased at ISE 2015. HDanywhere’s matrix can distribute 4K/UHD video, 1080p and 3D resolutions as well as 10/100 Ethernet to distances of up to 100m when using HDBaseT-Pro (Class A) receivers.
Modular 8×8 matrixes feature a patented tray-based loading system that lets installers add input and output modules on site as required. The chassis does not have to be purchased as a fully populated 8×8: each matrix may be ordered with the exact number of inputs and outputs required, such as 1×8, 3×7, 4×6 and so on.
HDMI, HDBaseT-Lite (Class A) and HDBaseT-Pro (Class B) transmission technologies can be mixed and matched as required within the same system, meaning each Modular matrix is bespoke built to deliver the exact functionality needed for the job.
Modular 8×8 boasts a suite of advanced features, including support for 4K UHD, super fast switching speed, CEC control of the matrix and displays, two-way IR, remote online matrix monitoring, and system setup and administration via browser on a smartphone, tablet or PC. The HDBaseT-Pro and -Lite display receivers are all PoH, so no PSUs are needed at the display location.