Octava HD4xSTPMX CardFrame HDMI Matrix over Single CATx with PoE

The HD4xSTPMX CardFrame HDMI Matrix simplifies HD video connectivity using 1 CAT6 cable. The HD4xSTPMX is a multi-format matrix switch that extends 1080p, 4x2k ultra HD, 3D video and Advanced bitstream multichannel audio formats 200ft on 1 single CAT 6 cable.

Octava Inc., provider of Audio Video Distribution solutions for home,educational, house of worship today announces the release of the HD4xSTPMX HD video matrix.

The Octava HD4xSTPMX CardFrame HDMI Matrix designed per our System Integrator and client request. The new Octava CardFrame Matrix distributes any 4 HDMI Sources to up to 8 Zones. Connect each Zone Receiver via a single CAT6 cable. The Matrix can be configured with 1 to 8 outputs for enhanced system flexibility . The plug-in output cards enable your System Installer to add zones as required with minimum initial investment. Power over Ethernet (PoE) provides power to your Zone Receivers for clean and convenient installations.

• 4 HDMI inputs.
• Up to 8 outputs (Installer configurable).
• Non-blocking Matrix - view Any Source on Any Display.
• 3D, 1080P, and 4K resolutions supported.
• Distributes all signals over single CAT6 cables up to 200ft (60m).

- HD Video + Audio

- Power over Ethernet provides power to Zone Receivers.

- IR from remote Zones to control the Matrix, 4x Sources (Routed) plus your AVR.
- IR and RS-232 command forwarding via Matrix to each Zone.
• EDID Management plus custom EDID via USB and LAN port.
• Front Panel Control - allows users to Store and Quickly recall favorite Input/Output configurations.
• Ideal for Residential, Commercial and Sports Bar installations.

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