Octava introduces 4x2 HDMI Matrix Switch Over CAT6 Cables.

The HD42CATMX is a non-blocking matrix - view any Source on Any Display in 16 combinations. The HD42CATMX can additionally connect to a Local Display or AV Receiver over HDMI and Optical Digital Audio.

Octava introduces the HD42CATMX, 4x2 HDMI matrix switch over CAT cable,as part of the Pro HD video distribution product line.

Based on the popular HD44CATMX, the HD42CATMX allows sharing of 4 High Definition sources to 2 'remote' Zones over dual CAT6 cables! The HD42CATMX is a non-blocking matrix - view any Source on Any Display in 16 combinations. The HD42CATMX can additionally connect to a Local Display or AV Receiver over HDMI and Optical Digital Audio.

The HD42CATMX was designed to suite systems that require 2-3 displays with all the professional features of a larger matrix switch such as: RS-232 controls, infared remote control routing,service port for EDID management and Power over Cable for the in Room zone receivers.

Features:
-View any 4 Source devices simultaneously on 2 'Remote' Display devices + 1 Local "mirrored" HDMI output.
-HDMI and CAT RJ-45 active simultaneously (allows for 3 displays or 2 Display + 1 AV Receiver)
-Infrared IR Routing over CAT allows IR control of Matrix plus Source devices.
-Broadcast IR port allows you to control an AV Receiver from one or both Remote Zones.
-PoC (Power over Cable) to directly power both In-room Zone Receivers from the matrix over the CAT6 cables allowing for a clean and compact installation.
-1 RU Rack mountable for professional installations.
-EDID Management plus custom EDID via USB service port.

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