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Now that HDMI is entrenched in the custom electronics community, integrators are being asked to solve a multitude of unique requests from their clients for home theater and multiroom video. So the need for technicians to be able to troubleshoot problems and anticipate them when heading out for a service call is more vital (and often more difficult) than ever. .
This Advantage Series White Paper will help ease the pain of installing HDMI systems by reviewing some common HDMI field problems and their troubleshooting solutions, an analysis of long-distance HDMI solutions particularly related to Cat 5 distribution, an overview of the HDMI performance signature, and answers to the question of why HDMI cables perform differently.
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.