HDTV Supplys Wolfpack™ 16x32 HDMI Matrix Over LAN with POE
system is a matrix-based AV over IP solution for distribution of multiple HDMI contents to multiple HDMI display devices over a standard 1G network Ethernet switcher. The 16x32 HDMI Matrix Over LAN with POE incorporates instant switching, video wall and multi-viewer functionality that makes it the best solution for commercial AV installations. It is also POE compliant and has IR passback. It is normally controlled by a WEB GUI.
It offers configurable high quality, low-bandwidth H.264 compression video supporting up to 1920x1080@60fps (1080p). Instead of using an expensive traditional HDMI matrix switch, you can easily & flexibly manage all your HDMI sources & display devices using a Web GUI, a mobile app or a third-party control system using its RS232 port. This WolfPack™ 16x32 HDMI Matrix Over LAN with POE allows any input to be routed to any output; or the same input to be routed to all outputs, or any combination.
16x32 HDMI Matrix Over LAN with POE Features:
- Comes with 16-POE HDMI Transmitters and 32-POE HDMI receivers
- HDMI Loopout on the Transmitter
- A POE Ethernet switch is not supplied
- HDMI 1.4b and HDCP 1.4 compliant
- Video resolution up to 1080p/60Hz (4:4:4)
- Standard H.264 Encoding/Decoding
- H.264 IP Cameras supported
- Supports HDMI, audio and RS-232 over IP
- Unicast, Multicast, Matrix, Video Wall and Multi-viewer (up to 5 windows)
- Supports 1G standard IP switcher/router/hub (Not supplied)
- Web-based GUI controller (built-in encoder box)
- Standard POE supported (PD device)
- Compact design for an easy and flexible installations
They are HDCP 1.4 compliant & support resolutions up to 1080p full HD & 1920x1200 (WUXGA). We have installed these WolfPack Network HDMI Matrix Switchers in Restaurants, Sports Bars, Sushi Bars, Casinos, Nail Salons, Spas, Bowling Alleys, Exercise Clubs, Hotels, Schools, Churches, High end homes, Dental & Doctors offices & more IR passback.
Why not buy this 16x32 HDMI Matrix Over LAN w/POE, Video Wall, WEB GUI & Separate Audio today?