Take a look at the ATEN team introducing the VM3404H 4 x 4 HDMI HDBaseT-Lite Matrix Switch at InfoComm 2017.
With the rapid development of HDBaseT technology, ATEN has released the new VM3404H HDMI HDBaseT-Lite Matrix Switch. The switch extends uncompressed 4K / Full HD digital video, audio, IR and power via HDBaseT technology through a single Cat 6a cable up to 40/70 metres.
When the VM3404H is combined with VE805R receivers, it supports both ATEN Seamless Switch™ technology and Video Wall functionality. ATEN’s exclusive Seamless Switch™ technology employs an FPGA graphics processor to ensure continuous video streaming, real-time control and stable signal transmission across all sources. The Video Wall functionality allows you to create 8 video wall profiles for custom screen layouts through an easy-to-use web interface. The Power over HDBaseT (POH) feature provides an ingenious way to power the VE802R receivers through the Cat 5e cable without the need of using an additional power supply.
Videowall and matrix Switch Setup Options
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