Kramer Introduces the WP-577VH Wall Plate Switcher Transmitter

HDMI, VGA and Audio All In One 2-Gang Wall Plate

Kramer Electronics is pleased to introduce the WP-577VH, a wall plate CATx switcher transmitter (2-gang Decora), for HDMI, VGA and stereo audio with support for RS-232 data and control. The unit automatically switches to the last connected input and transmits the signals to a compatible DGKat twisted pair receiver (such as the TP-578H). Stereo audio can be either embedded into the signal (HDMI or VGA) or transmitted over blank video.


The WP-577VH is decorative and easy to install. It includes optional remote power over CATx cable (Power Connect Plus). K-Link™ compatibility gives wide flexibility to RSāˆ'232 to either, control remote devices, be controlled by Kramer Protocol 3000 or to send data to remote, external RSāˆ'232 devices. The DGKat technology allows for easy installation - up to 70m (230ft) at 1080p60 over CATx cables. These automatic switching features make the WP-577VH an ideal solution for a Bring-Your-Own-Device environment such as board-rooms, hotel rooms and hospitality venues.

WP-577VH Features
Max. Data Rate - 4.95Gbps (1.65Gbps per graphic channel)
HDTV Compatible
HDCP Compliant
HDMI Support - x.v. Color™ and 3D
EDID PassThru - Passes EDID/HDCP signals from source to display
Automatic Switching - To the last connected or priority video input
Power Connect Plus™ System - A single connection to the transmitter or the receiver powers both units. Compatible devices: TPāˆ'578H K-Link Compatibility
Automatic Analog Audio Detection and Embedding
Automatic Live Input Detection - based on 5V presence
Data Equalization and Reclocking
Protocol 3000 Support
Dimensions - 3.46" W x 4.65" D x 4.12" H

For more information on all Kramer products, please visit www.kramerus.com.

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