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TechLogix Networx is expanding their 18G over twisted pair product portfolio with the launch of the TL-TP100-HDC2, a compact extender set which transmits HDMI, bi-directional control, and Ethernet up to 100 meters over standard twisted pair cabling. The TL-TP100-HDC2 supports 18G 4K@60 4:4:4 HDMI, HDR, HDCP 2.2, and multichannel audio.
“The TL-TP100-HDC2 is another exciting launch for us,” stated Cameron Smith, TechLogix CEO. “18G HDMI is now a standard in most custom installations and signal extension options are very limited. The TL-TP100-HDC2 is a much needed solution. ”
The TL-TP100-HDC2 leverages VLC processing to extend full 18G 4K@60 4:4:4 HDMI up to 100m (330 ft.). This unique technology senses signals over 10G and automatically compresses the color space for transport over lower bandwidth cables, such as Cat 5 and Cat 6. After transmission, the color space is then decompressed back to the original, full bandwidth.
Additional features include built-in audio return channel (ARC), analog and digital audio embedding, analog and digital audio de-embedding, and flexible power at either the transmitter or receiver.
Additional information on the TL-TP100-HDC2 is available online at www.tlnetworx.com.
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