Kramer takes HDBaseT 2.0 further
Kramer’s HDBaseT 2.0 range extenders have been designed to offer long-range A/V signal extension and management over Ethernet. The TP-590TXR/TP-590RXR transmitter/receiver pair form a 4K UHD extended range HDBaseT 2.0 system for transmitting and receiving HDMI, USB 2.0, audio, bidirectional RS-232 and IR signals. The TP−590TXR converts the HDMI, USB 2.0, audio, RS-232 and IR input signals into an HDBaseT twisted pair signal that it sends to the TP-590RXR for decoding.
In terms of vital statistics, the transmitter and receiver both support resolutions up to 4K@60 UHD (4:2:0) and a maximum data rate of 10.2Gbps (3.4Gbps per graphic channel). The system has a range of up to 130m in normal mode (2K), up to 100m in normal mode (4K) and up to 180m in ultra mode (1080p at 60Hz at 24bpp) when using the manufacturer’s BC-HDKat6a cables.