MuxLab Releases HDMI Matrix Switch with HDBT Technology

The quality you need in HDMI matrix switching

FEBRUARY 24, 2014, MONTREAL, CANADA - MuxLab Inc. is excited to announce at ISE the launch of a new HDMI 4x4 Matrix Switch (500416-PoE) that allows up to four different HDMI sources to be connected and/or distributed to up to four HDMI displays via Cat5e/6 unshielded twisted pair cable.


The new 500416-PoE works in conjunction with MuxLab's HDMI receivers supporting up to 230 ft (70m) at all resolutions up to 1080p via Cat5e cable.

"The Matrix's management functions include pushbutton, IR, USB, RS232 and webserver interface" states Marc Bohbot, MuxLab's Director of R&D. "This makes the matrix versatile and easy for anyone to use".

Ideal for applications such as commercial and residential AV systems, classroom projector systems & boardroom systems, the new Matrix is a great new addition to the already thriving and popular line of MuxLab HDMI products.

The 500416-PoE is also available as a PoE Kit that includes 4 PoE receivers (500416-POE-US-KIT, 500416-POE-UK-KIT, 500416-POE-EU-KIT).

About MuxLab

MuxLab Inc. is a leading designer of value-added connectivity hardware allowing CCTV and audio-video equipment to be connected via cost-effective copper twisted pair. For almost 30 years, the MuxLab brand has been synonymous with quality, performance and reliability. MuxLab is Your #1 Choice for CCTV and Audio-Video Connectivity Solutions.

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For more information;
www.muxlab.com
videoease@muxlab.com
514-905-0588

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