AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS, BOOTH 1-N95 – At ISE 2017, MuxLab will introduce several new products designed to enhance the installation and integration process for AV and IP-related systems.
MuxLab’s new HDMI 2.0 Extender with Audio Extraction (500439) extends any source to a local display, doubling the normal extended distance when placed centrally in between source and display. Resolutions are supported up to 4K/60 (4:4:4). The unit extracts and down-mixes Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio and delivers it as two-channel analog audio via RCA left and right jacks.
The new HDMI 2.0/3G-SDI Signal Generator (500830) provides SD/HD/3G-SDI and HDMI 2.0 test patterns in a full range of resolutions up to 4K/60 (4:4:4). Integrators can assess and validate the capabilities and proper operation of their sources and displays as well as the entire transmission infrastructure. Included with the Generator are numerous test patterns, resolutions, refresh rates, color spaces and other related parameters. When used with the Signal Analyzer (500831), a useful set of cable connectivity quality tests and device compatibility tests can be performed to trouble-shoot and problem-solve.
“The MuxLab HDMI 2.0/3G-SDI Signal Generator is an exceptional tool for any AV engineer, developer, integrator or installer to have at hand, now available at a very attractive price,” added MuxLab President Daniel Assaraf.
Designed as a companion tool to the Generator, the HDMI 2.0/3G-SDI Signal Analyzer (500831) allows integrators to analyze SD/HD/3G-SDI and HDMI 2.0 test patterns in a full range of resolutions up to 4K/60 (4:4:4). Sources can be quickly and easily validated to ensure they are working properly. AV signal characteristics are provided along with seven audio sample rates. When used with the Generator, a complete set of cable connectivity quality tests and device compatibility tests can be accessed to eliminate potential problems from the entire system.
MuxLab’s new HDMI over IP H.264/H.265 PoE Extender Kit (500762) transmits a source to a display over an IP network. Point-to-point, point-to-multipoint and multipoint-to-multipoint