SIMPLIFIED CONNECTIVITY WITH DISPLAY DEVICES

Christie, Epson, NEC, Hitachi, Sony, Canon and Panasonic displays offer direct connection within IDK's HDBaseT products for streamlined integration


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 20, 2017

SIMPLIFIED CONNECTIVITY WITH DISPLAY DEVICES
One cable linking for distances up to 328 feet

Brookfield CT, February 20, 2017--- Christie, Epson, NEC, Hitachi, Sony, Canon and Panasonic displays offer direct connection within IDK's HDBaseT products for streamlined integration.
Industry-leading display manufacturers have partnered with HDBaseT to offer direct display connection and quick setup within HDC and MSD Systems. IDK has worked closely with these manufacturers to deliver full functionality within professional displays. Select display devices can have their twisted pair inputs configured, being recognized as receivers with MSD switching systems. This allows video, audio, RS-232, and Ethernet signals to be transmitted directly to the display from numerous models of the MSD switcher line, as well as directly from one of the many HDC transmitters.
Christie® D Series projectors feature a compatibility setting within the setup menu that allows the display to be seen and function the same as a receiver within an MSD system.
Select models of PowerLite® Pro Z, EB Series, and CB Series projectors from Epson® offer an HDBaseT quick setup menu feature to enable projector operation and recognition as an endpoint with MSD systems.
Hitachi® 5000+ and 8000+ Series projectors are fully compatible with IDK HDBaseT products, offering a simple menu setting to enable direct connection of the MSD Switcher over one CATx cable.
Panasonic® flat panel displays and projectors that feature Digital Link™ technology can also be set to accept signals directly from an MSD matrix switcher or transmitter for easy integration within the system.
IDK Systems with compatible Christie, Epson, Hitachi, NEC, Sony or Panasonic display devices are ideal for professional installations, providing simplified designs, easy integration, and transparent operation in a wide variety of environments.
HDBaseT products in the IDK product line include switchers, stand alone transmitters and receivers and new models within the HDC product line offering HDBaseT distribution amplifiers to send the same signal to multiple displays.

About IDK:
IDK Corporation, headquartered in Yamato Japan with sales, fulfillment and service operations in USA, Europe and Asia. As a customer-focused, Pro-AV equipment manufacturer, all IDK products are proudly designed, developed, manufactured, and rigorously tested at our own facilities. As the global Pro-AV market is tiring of low quality rebranded products from "difficult-to-qualify" sources, IDK is being identified as the go-to for genuine, unique and robust solutions - both for baseband as well as AV over IP. With a comprehensive portfolio of products that are built to perform and last, IDK is being recognized and embraced as the better alternative worldwide.


If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Robert Pennington at 203-204-2445 or email at sales@idkav.com.
Website www.idkav.com

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