The VEEMUX® Audio/Video Matrix Switch routes audio and video inputs from many video sources to multiple displays (projectors, monitors, etc.) and speakers via inexpensive CAT5/5e/6 cable. It is capable of connecting to as many as 32 video sources via transmitters and 64 video displays via receivers with a maximum extension of 1,000 feet between the transmitters and receivers. In addition to the remote inputs/outputs, the switch features one direct-connect VGA and stereo audio input/output for every 16 remote RJ45 connectors.
The audio/video signal from a single input can be routed to one or more destinations. Each image will be as crisp and clear as if directly connected to the original source. Buffered video outputs and digital transmission of audio signals ensures integrity is maintained throughout the system.
- Configure and control the switch through Ethernet, serial port, front panel buttons, or Infrared remote control.
- Matrix Control Software with Graphical User Interface is included.
- Supports resolutions up to 2048x1536 using NTI's 1,000' (305 m) extenders and 1920x1440 using NTI's 600' (183 m) extenders.
- Inputs and outputs can be named.
- Video quality adjustment is done automatically at every connection change, or can be forced via the front panel or web interface.
- Equipped with Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) for front panel operation.
- A digital VU-meter shows the audio levels of the selected input.
- Each output provides one video signal and one stereo audio signal.
- Each input can be independently connected to any or all outputs with no image degradation.
- No loss of audio or video quality between the transmitters and receivers.
- VGA, S-Video and HDTV transmitters and receivers can be supported on the same VEEMUX unit.
- VGA inputs only work with VGA outputs, S-Video inputs only work with S-Video outputs, and HDTV component video inputs only work with HDTV component video outputs.
- The 1,000' (305 m) transmitters will work with 600' (183 m) receivers, and vice versa.
- The maximum extension is 600 feet (183 meters) between the transmitter and receiver.
- For resolutions at different lengths, refer to the 600' (183 m) extender resolution chart.
- The VGA video from units with audio and/or RS232 can be routed to each other and to video-only units.