Hall Research UV232B-R VGA & Bi-Directional RS-232 Receiver
Hall Research UV232B VGA & Bi-Directional RS-232 Sender and Receiver Kit
is used to send high resolution video and full-duplex RS-232 over a single twisted-pair cable to a remote location up to 500 feet away.
This is the RECEIVER part of the kit. The input video can be from a RGBHV (PC video to WUXGA) or YPbPr (HD analog component to 1080p).
DDC compliant EDID emulation assures proper PC boot-up with video output. The Bi-directional RS-232 can be used to control LCD's or Projectors that have RS-232 control, or connect to a compatible touch-screen LCD.
Applications include kiosk solutions, conference halls, digital signage, interactive operator systems, factory or laboratory data acquisition and control, and more.
When the Sender is powered from a VESA compliant VGA source (+5v on Pin 9) a power supply (included) is only required at the Receiver. If the source is not VESA compliant in that regard, or if the video is YPbPr (using a 3 RCA to HD15 input cable), then a power supply (included) is needed at both Sender and Receiver.
The kit includes a local unit (Receiver) with power supply. It is recommended that for best image quality low-skew UTP cables be utilized (such as Hall Research's Zero-Skew cables), otherwise at long distances (>200ft) and high-resolutions, RGB skew may be present and a separate skew corrector would be necessary (HRT Model SKU-RGB).
Hall Research UV232B-R VGA & Bi-Directional RS-232 Receiver Features:
- Sends PC or HD video and bi-directional RS-232 over single Catx
- Compensation for UTP cable to 500 ft
- No power supply required at local sender - when powered from VESA compliant VGA Source
- DDC compliant EDID emulation on the Sender
- Supports all baud rates to 115 Kbps
- Perfect for touch-screen, Kiosk, or Projector Control applications
- RS-232 and high quality VGA input cables provided (w Sender)
- Compact metal enclosure with mounting provisions
- Compact, Rugged, Reliable, and Economical
Why not buy this Hall Research UV232B-R VGA & Bi-Directional RS-232 Receiver today?