Vanco International Introduces ‘Value-Priced’ EVEX4K50 and HDBT4K50 HDBaseT 4K HDR Extenders
Modeled after its Evolution EVEXHDB2 extender, Vanco International has added the EVEX4K50 and HDBT4K50 HDBaseT 4K HDR Extenders as “value-priced” options for integrators.
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Vanco International announced two new HDBaseT 4K HDR extenders, the Evolution EVEX4K50 and Vanco HDBT4K40, calling them “value priced.”
The two new HDBaseT 4K HDR Extenders are modeled after the company’s Evolution EVEXHDB2 extender.
Vanco says the EVEX4K50 and HDBT4K50 offer great value for distributors and dealers looking to extend full 4K and HDR in both residential and commercial installations.
“Following the tremendous success of the EVEXHDB2, our distributors and dealers requested that we expand our line of HDR extenders,” says Mark Corbin, VP of distribution markets, Vanco International.
“The HDBT4K50 and EVEX4K50 provide installers with all of the important features and connection options they need for a variety of applications, and at lower price points. We now have an extender solution for every installation type and budget.”
Vanco Explains the HDBT4K50 & EVEX4K50
Featuring a slim and compact design, the HDBT4K50 and EVEX4K50 are solutions for a variety of installations, and they offer the latest HDBaseT technology. Both extenders are optimized for whole-home residential or commercial distribution applications.
Compared to standard HDMI cables, the HDBT4K50 and EVEX4K50 products are capable of distributing high-definition signals across much greater distances.
The transmission range of both products extends 4Kx2K@60Hz, 4:4:4 with HDR up to 164ft/50m over a single Cat5e/6 cable and1080p@60Hz up to 230ft/70m – providing virtually lossless compression that retains high-end audio and video quality right to the source.
Vanco points out the two new HDBaseT 4K HDR Extenders are modeled after its Evolution EVEXHDB2 extender, and it says the EVEX4K50 and HDBT4K50 offer great value for distributors and dealers looking to extend full 4K and HDR in both residential and commercial installations.
The HDBT4K50 and EVEX4K50 are HDCP 2.2 compliant and backwards compatible to previous versions. Each extender ships with a single DC 12V, 2A power supply used for use with either the Transmitter or Receiver.
Additionally, the products utilize Power over Cable technology, (PoC), which allows the EVEX4K50 and HDBT4K50 to transmit power over Cat5e or Cat6, which eliminates the need for a second power supply.
To ensure a smooth plug and play installation, Auto EDID and EQ Management is also included.
Both extenders also offer CEC support and bi-directional IR control for instantaneous response time. For installations that demand a hardwired connection, the EVEX4K50 adds RS232 control and ships with two RS232 cables.
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