SnapAV Launches Binary CAT5e/6 HDBaseT Extenders
SnapAV has debuted its first HDBaseT products under the Binary brand name for single Cat 5e/Cat 6 multiroom video distribution with power over cable extenders.
February 25, 2013
SnapAV is now shipping the first models in its new line of Binary HDBaseT products.
These new Binary extenders transmit full uncompressed HD, video, audio, and control signals with bi-directional IR and RS-232, through a single Cat5e/6 LAN cable. The B-500-EXT-230-RS has a transmission of up to 230 feet, while the more robust B-500-EXT-330-RS can handle distances up to 330 feet and adds Ethernet pass-through.
The new extenders also offer 4K with Full 3D support with Power over Cable, eliminating the need for an external power supply at the receive end, and include built-in ESD and Surge Protection for added reliability. There are no settings required by the installer (EDID, EQ) for true plug-and-play experience.
“Dealers want a product that they can easily install and it just works. And that’s what you get with HDBaseT. It’s a no-brainer for retro-fit jobs where an installer has to work with the existing cable in the wall,” says G.Paul Hess, business unit manager for Binary Media Distribution. “And now it’s supported with the customer service and ease of ordering our dealers have come to depend on with Snap.”
The new models are backed by SnapAV’s Double Money Back Guarantee and retail for $599.95 (230) and $699.95 (330).
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