Aurora Multimedia DXP-62K-3 Presentation Scaler Integrated HDBaseT Output & HDBaseT Receiver & 2x35W Amplifier, Relays and Web Control
Aurora Multimedia DXP-62K-3 Presentation Switcher / Scaler with integrated HDBaseT is the latest presentation scaler switcher innovation from Aurora. Designed to be a low cost full featured high end scaler with a variety of input ports to accommodate legacy and today's technology. The VGA ports also can process YPbPr component video and composite video for the ultimate in flexibility. Four HDMI inputs provide plenty of digital inputs for the ultimate clarity with the latest equipment. To further simplify an installation, the DXP-62K-3 has an integrated HDBaseT extender output in addition to the HDMI output which can power the remote receiver unit (DXE-CAT-RX1) and send the RS-232 control to the far end display device. If an amplifier, screen control, web control, and ceiling tile speakers are required, the DXE-AT-RX3C-A with SKR-22T can be selected to create a complete end to end solution. Even the little things can make a big difference like auto sensing switching, stereo analog and microphone audio inputs, and RS-232 control making the DXP-62K-3 the complete presentation solution.
Aurora Multimedia DXP-62K-3 Presentation Switcher / Scaler Integrated HDBaseT Output & HDBaseT Receiver & 2x35W Amplifier, Relays and Web Control Features:
- 4 HDMI® Inputs
- 2 VGA/YPbPr/Composite Inputs
- 4 Analog Audio Stereo Inputs
- 1 Microphone Input
- 1 HDMI® Output
- 1 HDBaseT Output 230ft (70m) CAT 5e/6
- Power over HDBaseT (PoH)
- IR, and RS-232 over HDBaseT
- Scales input up to 1080p
- Auto Switching Feature
- Front Panel Button Control
- Front Panel LCD Display
- OSD (On Screen Display)
- RS-232 and IR Control (LAN/WEB control when ordered as DXP-62K-3K-3)
- USB for Firmware Updating
Note: All Aurora Multimedia items are noncancelable and nonreturnable.
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