Engineered to meet today’s demands of large scale, multi-display, 1080p/4K signal transmission, and designed to be easy to set up and operate, the VE8900/VE8950 Video over IP Extender is an ideal product for a wide range of environments, such as trade shows, airports, university campuses, conference centers, and shopping centres. The range of products include the VE8900T, VE8900R, VE8950T and VE8950R.
The setup involves simple configuration that requires no extensive IT experience or extra learning.The devices effortlessly switch among input sources via top panel pushbuttons.
You can even go further by daisy chaining your units. Connect multiple displays through a single port to utilize every port of the network switch and maximize their value. Cabling and system deployment is easy with no huge network switches and fewer cables needed. These extenders are perfect for large-scale deployment covering hundreds of metres.
Furthermore, they also provide Video Wall support, allowing being able to support an 8 x 8 video wall (64 displays). They can support horizontal or vertical (90° rotation) display orientation and can easily switch layout profiles, preview and drag-and-dropping video sources via the intuitive web GUI.
These left angle Category 6 patch cords are assembled with T568B four pair stranded cable, and are ideal for confined spaces. They consist of a foil shield with drain wire to protect signals from external noise, and a strain relief boot to reduce stress on the cable.
CAT6 is completely backward-compatible with current CAT5e equipment.
Introducing the Extron USB-C HD 101 USB-C to HDMI interface. This new interface provides USB-C video connectivity to HDMI device inputs, while supporting the power and charging needs for USB-C source devices. The USB-C HD 101 converts USB-C video to HDMI.
With Extron's NetPA® Ultra amplifiers, you benefit from our award winning XPA Ultra amplifiers in combination with immensely powerful Dante network audio distribution. Dante connectivity makes it supremely easy to distribute audio from a centralized location to decentralized remote amplifiers throughout a building or campus using standard network hardware.