HDMI, Audio USB Extension w/Programmable RS-232 I/O Controller
CAMCOR ITEM NO. 132700011 | MFG. PART NO. EX-HDU
The Model EX-HDU is a HDMI, AUDIO and USB Extension consisting of an EX-HDU-WP transmitter wallplate and an EX-HDU-R receiver. These connect using standard CAT5e/6 UTP cabling up to 150 feet (50 ... More
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The Model EX-HDU is a HDMI, AUDIO and USB Extension consisting of an EX-HDU-WP transmitter wallplate and an EX-HDU-R receiver. These connect using standard CAT5e/6 UTP cabling up to 150 feet (50 Meters).The front of the Model EX-HDU-WP wallplate has (1) HDMI input, (1) USB Host connection and (2) USB Hub connections. On the rear of the Model EX-HDU-WP wallplate has (1) Terminal strip with 12 vDC Power and SPDIF audio connections and an RJ45 connection to the Model EX-HDU-R.The Model EX-HDU-R has (1) HDMI output, (1) 3.5mm line-level stereo audio output, (4) USB Hub connections, (1) 3.5mm IR output, (1) Terminal strip with RS-232 and (4) I/O connections, ETHERNET for internal webpage (if installed) and USB port for configuration.The Model EX-HDU-R can control other devices via RS-232. Typically, a TV or video projector connected to the EX-HDU-R HDMI output connector. The EX-HDU-R has the ability to store user-defined commands for controlling devices by RS-232. Optionally, these commands are output based on receiving video or from changes on the I/O terminal strip.In Auto Mode, the unit can send pre-programmed ON commands, when video is received at the HDMI input, and when no video is received, it will send the pre-programmed OFF commands after a predefined delay.Normally the RS-232 terminals on the unit are acting as the master issuing commands to external devices, but the unit can also be controlled serially. See Section 5 of the Manual for details on the available commands.Commands can also be triggered by webpage actions, telnet commands or I/O terminal strip changes. Use the USB port on the front panel to configure the device operation via a free Windows#8482; GUI