Key Digital just introduced KD-X4x1WUTx, an HDBaseT wall-plate transmitter with two HDMI, one display port and one USB-C input (and USB-A, USB-B and LAN) aimed at the UCC market.
The KD-X4x1WUTX includes audio de-embedding of the selected video source at the Rx unit, power, volume and muting buttons and LAN connectivity at the Tx or Rx unit and the option for LAN, RS232 or CEC control of the connected display. When received directly by KD-X100MRx, the connected display can be powered on or off discreetly as well as incremental volume control and mute toggle. When received by KD-UPS52U or KD-PS42, up to two connected displays can be controlled and the user may manage the intended recipient of the HDMI CEC signals. Both KD-PS42 and KD-UPS52U include Key Digital’s KD-RMPS remote for presentation systems which features CEC manager controls for a complete audio, video and control solution without additional IR or RS232 wiring.
KD-X4x1WUTx is HDCP 2.2 compliant and supports 4K/UHD 24/25/30/60 (4:4:4) resolutions with up to 18Gbps bandwidth. 4K/UHD signals are extended up to 100 meters / 328 feet and 1080p up to 150 meters / 492 feet via single Cat5e/6 cable. In addition to AV signals, KD-X4x1WUTx extends IR, RS-232, and LAN for controlling remotely located equipment. The wall-plate unit fits in a standard US three-gang box and is powered by the Rx unit or Presentation Switcher for convenient installation.
Here are the detailed specs.
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