Posts Tagged ‘IR’

KanexPro Introduces Wireless HDMI up to 50ft.

Friday, July 1st, 2011

KanexPro is pleased to announce its Wireless HDMI Extender Kit. The ultimate, high quality solution for extending signals over the air up to 50ft. (15m). The system consists of two powered devices; transmitter and receiver, both included.The wireless extender is based on the WHDI™ technology, which enables top-quality wireless uncompressed HD 1080p video delivery throughout the home, allowing consumers to connect any HD source to any HD display.
Very simple set-up and no software installation required! Just connect the transmitter device to any HDMI source, such as a Blu-ray player, A/V receiver, STB or even a PC, and users can now transmit uninterrupted HDMI signals wirelessly. The extender fully supports HDCP and EDID requirements ensuring the display of content-protected media and interoperability with other HDCP devices. Ideal for use in retro-fit installations in commercial or residential environment where traditional cabling cannot be deployed.
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New ELR (Extra Long Range) Extender from Gefen uses HDBaseT and POL (Power Over Line) Technologies to Send HDMI, Power, Ethernet, IR and RS-232 Over a Single CAT-5 Cable

Monday, April 11th, 2011

Digital connectivity solutions provider Gefen today announced its newest breakthrough for an extra long-range extension of HDMI devices. The GefenPRO ELR Extender for HDMI with POL offers a long-range, multi-signal method of extension up to 330-feet (100m) over just one CAT-5 cable, a significant improvement over previous solutions, which required two cables to reach shorter distances.
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RTI’s vIRsa Mouse IR Emitter Now Shipping

Thursday, August 5th, 2010

SHAKOPEE, Minn. — July 19, 2010 — Remote Technologies Incorporated (RTI) today announced that it is now shipping its vIRsa Mouse IR emitter. Built with the professional integrator in mind, the versatile device features a sleek, symmetrical design while providing a host of features to ensure smooth, reliable installations.

The low-profile vIRsa is unobtrusive and adapts to any installation environment with a flexible film adhesive that conforms to curved surfaces. For fast troubleshooting, a separate holder remains attached, allowing easy removal and replacement of the emitter. A blue LED flasher offers increased visibility but may be hidden during normal operation.

For high reliability, a translucent PCB improves the integrity of electrical connections while a built-in resistor protects against voltage overdrive and precision molding ensures consistent quality. The device’s 15-foot cable reaches the entire equipment rack, and an integrated cable-management strap reduces clutter.

“Our vIRsa Mouse is the ultimate IR emitter. Engineered like no other, it combines flexibility, convenience, efficiency, and unmatched reliability for integrators, all in one device,” said Pete Baker, vice president of sales and marketing for RTI. “From its flexible film adhesive to its built-in resistor, every aspect of the vIRsa is designed to simplify installations in the field.”

The vIRsa Mouse is available now at an MSRP of $15.

URC Adds Two New Products to its IP-based Control Lineup

Monday, April 5th, 2010

The new Network Keypad System, which controls both IP and traditional A/V components, expands URC’s offering of “Native to the Network” products for custom installers.

Orlando, FL – Electronic House Expo Spring 2010 – Booth 602 – March 24, 2010 – URC, The Pioneer in Control Technology, this week introduces its Network Keypad System, consisting of the KP-4000 2-Way Network Keypad and the MRX-1 Network Base Station.

Like URC’s existing MX-5000 Wand Remote and MX-6000 Touch Screen, the KP-4000 communicates with components via a home’s local area network. While the MX-5000 and MX-6000 are portable controllers that perform IP communications via WiFi, the new KP-4000 is URC’s first hard-wired, in-wall IP controller. With the KP-4000’s simple, tasteful design, built around a 3.5-inch, capacitive touch color screen, installers can provide clients with a customer-friendly, intuitive, in-wall touch screen keypad interface that possesses the macro horsepower to automate any system. (more…)

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