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Version 1.4 certainly did not solve the plethora of problems integrators encounter when installing HDMI systems. In fact, some installers are so frustrated with non-function HDMI systems that they want to quit the business. DPL Labs is trying to help out by introducing tougher cabling testing procedures to filter out the problems.
This Advantage Series will help ease the pain of installing HDMI systems by providing tips for installing HDMI in commercial jobs, breaking down the pros and cons of HDMI baluns, explaining how to eliminate HDMI “handshake” problems and more.
Download this free Advantage Series to learn more about the process in which an integrator must design a video surveillance system, and how to make key decisions regarding camera selection and positioning.
HDMI is a complex and ever-evolving technology that is at the heart of today’s digital entertainment. CE Pro’s latest Advantage Series whitepaper examines what it takes to develop a reliable and state-of the-art HDMI cable.
Using home automation and building management systems (BMS) are vital to properly control new ultra-efficient Variable Refrigerant Volume (VRV) and Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) air conditioning systems hitting the U.S. market.