Marshall Electronics WP-1C Wireless HDMI Transmitter Receiver System (Dual LP-E6)

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Marshall Electronics WP-1C Wireless HDMI Transmitter Receiver System (Dual LP-E6)
Key Features
  • Transmits up to 1080p60 HDMI Video
  • Up to 100' Line-of-Sight Range
  • Power from AC, Battery or 12V DC
  • Camera-Mount or Belt Clip Transmitter
The WP-1C Wireless HDMI Transmitter Receiver System with dual Canon LP-E6 type battery plates from Marshall Electronics features a range of up to 100' line-of-sight with less than 1 millisecond of latency, and will broadcast resolutions up to 1080p60. The system supports HDMI 1.3 and is HDCP compliant, meaning it can pass copy-protected sources such as commercial Blu-ray discs. The WP-1 features a camera-mountable transmitter which includes a shoe mount as well as a belt clip, if you prefer to wear it. The belt clip is especially useful for DSLRs and small camcorders that lack a cold shoe or where the transmitter might get in the way. There are also a 1/4"-20 socket so you can mount the transmitter or receiver with a separately available articulated arm or swivel shoe.
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Marshall Electronics WP-1C Wireless HDMI Transmitter Receiver System (Dual LP-E6)

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Marshall Electronics WP-1C Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Supports Marshall Universal Battery Plates
  • 3WHDI 1.0 Protocol Wireless Technology
  • 4Multi-Camera Friendly

The WP-1C Wireless HDMI Transmitter Receiver System with dual Canon LP-E6 type battery plates from Marshall Electronics features a range of up to 100' line-of-sight with less than 1 millisecond of latency, and will broadcast resolutions up to 1080p60. The system supports HDMI 1.3 and is HDCP compliant, meaning it can pass copy-protected sources such as commercial Blu-ray discs. The WP-1 features a camera-mountable transmitter which includes a shoe mount as well as a belt clip, if you prefer to wear it. The belt clip is especially useful for DSLRs and small camcorders that lack a cold shoe or where the transmitter might get in the way. There are also a 1/4"-20 socket so you can mount the transmitter or receiver with a separately available articulated arm or swivel shoe.

Both the transmitter and receiver can either be battery-powered or powered using AC. A single AC adapter comes with the system that can be used on either the transmitter or the receiver. There is also a PowerTap cable, available separately, if you want to power either component, or both, from an external 12VDC source, such as a professional video battery system.

Supports Marshall Universal Battery Plates

By using the same battery plates as many Marshall Electronics field monitors, you are open to a range of powering options, and the existing plate can be replaced as the batteries you use change. There is also a PowerTap cable (WP-2 Tap), available separately, for power from an external 12VDC source

WHDI 1.0 Protocol Wireless Technology

By using WHDI (Wireless Home Digital Interface) and a 5.3 GHz carrier, the WP-1 is able to transmit uncompressed Full HD video up to 100' with less than a millisecond of latency

Multi-Camera Friendly

Several WP-1/WP-2 systems can be used in the same space, making the WP-1 suitable for live switching and A/V applications that require several sources of video. Each transmitter (Tx) is paired to the receiver (Rx) it came with--a single feed cannon be sent to multiple receivers
UPC: 801813170627

Marshall Electronics WP-1C Specs

Performance
Frequency5.3 GHz
ProtocolWHDI 1.0
RangeUp to 100' (30 m) line-of-sight
Latency> 1 ms
Maximum Resolution1080p60
Transmitter
Input1 x HDMI (HDMI 1.3 and HDCP compliant)
Receiver
Output1 x HDMI
General
Power RequirementsReceiver and Transmitter: 12 VDC
DimensionsNot specified by manufacturer
WeightNot specified by manufacturer
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.25 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7.2 x 5.2 x 4.1"
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