The Kramer KDS-EN2THDMI to IP Transmitter along with the KDS-EN2R HDMI to IP Receiver (sold separately) creates an IP transmitter (host) and receiver (client) system for HDMI and bidirectional RS-232 signals. The KDS-EN2T encodes the input signals to an IP stream and the KDS-EN2R (sold separately) decodes it back to HDMI and RS-232 signals. The host-client system lets you simultaneously stream HD content to 1 or more HDMI accepters.
This system can be used to distribute full HD digital content from multiple sources to more than 200 remote displays on a LAN without distance limitations from the 1080p source devices, while sustaining picture and sound quality. It is well-suited for digital signage, retail centers, leisure facilities, transportation hubs, educational facilities, and corporate environments.
Flexible and scalable HDMI 1080p video broadcasting with Gigabit Ethernet LAN and no distance limitations
JPEG 2000 compression technology to send a visually lossless HD image and digital audio over IP
Point-to-point, multicasting, and broadcasting architecture, with limited bandwidth load (each channel requires about 55 Mb/s)
Up to 9 transmitters and eighty-one receivers that can be included in a video wall system
HDMI signal transmissions over a CAT5e, CAT6, or CAT7 cable
Group ID setup via DIP-switches or PC application
Bidirectional RS-232 control pass-through to control HDMI display from the host (transmitter) side
Multicasting groups with Gigabit Ethernet switch (requires IEEE 802.1Q, VLAN, and IGMP functions)
System setup via the IP-HDMI PC application and the Web pages
A compact DigiTOOLS enclosure with a built-in mounting plate for versatile installation
The KDS-EN2T is not HDCP compliant and will not stream HDCP encrypted content and the screen will appear black.