HDMI Distribution amplifiers, splitters and extenders for home, professional and broadcast AV installations.
Home and professional / broadcast DVI and dual link DVI distribution amplifiers and splitters for standard and high definition digital video.
DisplayPort the latest standard in high end computer applications supporting resolutions up to 2560*1600 for large format displays and projectors.
Serial Digital Interface is a standard for the transfer of SD or HD signals over coax cable. Used predominently in the broadcast industry.
Distribution amplifiers, splitters and extenders for analogue computer graphics (VGA, SVGA, XGA, SXGA etc.) and component (YUV) video signals.
Convert analogue and digital video to Internet Protocol for transmission over gigabit networks
Ideal for applications where standard composite video/audio signals need to be distributed over small to medium areas.
For installations requiring distribution of s-video signals over short to medium distances.
Converts HDMI digital video or computer graphics to twisted pair network cables for cost effective long distance runs.
Converts DVI digital video or computer graphics to twisted pair network cables for cost effective long distance runs.
Units to enable the wireless transmission of high definition HDMI signals over short distances.
Analogue computer graphics (RGBHV) signals can be converted to twisted pair (Cat5) cabling for cost effective distribution.
Converts digital video (DisplayPort) and computer graphics to twisted pair network cables for cost effective long distance runs.
To distribute digital computer graphics and video over lengths measured in kilometres using fibre optic cables.
Component video (YUV/YPbPr) signals can be converted to twisted pair (Cat5) cabling for cost effective distribution.
For installations where long distances need to be covered by composite signals.
Component, S-Video and Composite distribution over fibre optic cables
Devices to distribute RS-232 via standard or Cat5 cabling.
Distribution and boosting of IEEE1394 FireWire signals