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HDMIHigh Definition Multimedia Interface
HDMIHigh-Density Multichip Interconnect
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For connectivity options, you have 2 HDMI ports and 1 USB ports.
The transmitters also have an HDMI port for connection of a local display.
Cameras, other source devices and displays using HDMI can all connect to a local 10G Ethernet network that can support numerous devices, all matrixed together and accessible from any location.Allconnected cameras can be viewed on any display on the network at any time.
The HDMI cables include the HD-AC 01 (HDMI 2.0 A to A Cables), HD-AC 02 (HDMI 2.0 A to C Cables), HD-AC 03 (HDMI 1.4 A to A Cables), and HD-AC 04 (HDMI 1.4 A to D Cables).
In addition to the new waterproof HDMI cables, L-com has also released a new IP67-rated HDMI panel-mount coupler that can be used with the cable assemblies.
MuxLab's HDMI 2.0 Fiber Extender Kit is designed for a variety of applications, including installations in classrooms, corporate facilities, digital signage projects, inter-building systems and medical facilities, among others.It is currently shipping and available through MuxLab's selection of distributors worldwide.
According to the statement, HDMI 2.1 will also support 48 gigabits per second bandwidth for ultra high speed HDMI cables.
The new adapter extender cable will help for LCD projectors, high-definition video monitors and digital displays to an HDMI interface mounted in a Siemon Max series faceplate, said a statement from the company.
More importantly, the monitor is integrated with an HDMI input, and is equipped with the ability to convert the HDMI input signals to SDI broadcasting.
KanexPro's new line of HDMI 2.0 Matrix Switchers (pictured) feature 18 Gbps of bandwidth for each HDMI input and output, as well as a video resolution to support up to 4K/60Hz.
HDMI Licensing, LLC has debuted the HDMI Alternate Mode (Alt Mode) developed by the HDMI Founders for the USB Type-C Specification.