Kramer’s New HDBaseT HDMI Extender Compatible with Panasonic Digital Link Projector [PR]
Since not not HDBaseT solutions are interoperable, Kramer has worked to ensure TP−58x range extenders work with Panasonic's new Digital Link video projectors. See it at ISE 2013.
Kramer Electronics is pleased to announce that its new line of HDBaseT range extenders, the TP−58x line, is now compatible with the Panasonic Digital Link line of projectors.
In the coming ISE 2013 show, Kramer Electronics will be showcasing a new line of HDBaseT range extenders. These new range extenders with HDBaseT capability, send the HDMI signal, along with the Ethernet 100BaseT, RS−232 and IR input signals as an integrated HDBaseT signal over a distance of 100 meters.
Panasonic has recently introduced a new range of projectors supporting HDBaseT technology, which connects all entertainment devices through a single LAN cable. “The aim of developing the Digital Link line”, says Hartmut Kulessa, Marketing Manager for PSCEU (Panasonic Systems Communications Company Europe), “is to provide projection solutions where a distance connection is required”.
The new line of projectors supports delivery of uncompressed HD, audio and control commands up to 100m via a single CAT5e/6 LAN cable and is compatible with Kramer’s HDBaseT products.
“The introduction of our new family of HDBaseT range extenders ensures interoperability between various devices using HDBaseT technology, says Ezra Ozer, Kramer Electonics’ VP of Marketing. “It also reflects the Kramer philosophy, which is to ease the work for installers. “We believe that taking part in the HDBaseT certification program is the right move in the right direction, to reach our quest for seamless AV integration” adds Mr. Ozer.
“The adoption of HDBaseT by industry leaders such as Panasonic and Kramer Electronics reassures the importance of this technology in the AV industry” says Eliran Toren, VP Sales at Valens Semiconductor.
The family of TP−58x transmitters sends the HDMI input signal, along with the Ethernet 100BaseT, RS−232 and IR input signals as an integrated HDBaseT signal to a distance of 130m (430ft) using Kramer’s BC−DGKat623 cables. The TP−58x receiver family converts the twisted pair signal back to Ethernet 100BaseT, RS−232, IR and HDMI outputs, and de−embeds the audio (in certain models) to S/PDIF and TOSLINK audio outputs. For demanding applications, Kramer is offering the special TP−58xXR Extra Range models, that reach up to 180 meters.
Julie Jacobson, recipient of the 2014 CEA TechHome Leadership Award, is co-founder of EH Publishing, producer of CE Pro, Electronic House, Commercial Integrator, Security Sales and other leading technology publications. She currently spends most of her time writing for CE Pro in the areas of home automation, security, networked A/V and the business of home systems integration. Julie majored in Economics at the University of Michigan, spent a year abroad at Cambridge University, earned an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin, and has never taken a journalism class in her life. She's a washed-up Ultimate Frisbee player currently residing in Carlsbad, Calif. Email Julie at [email protected]
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