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Kramer VM-28H-NV

2x1:8 HDMI 1.4 distribution amplifier
2 × switchable HDMI inputs, 8 × reclocked and equalized HDMI outputs, Deep Colour support, Max bandwidth 6.75Gbps

£467 (£560.40 inc. VAT)
Availability: In stock

Kramer VM-28H-NV (VM-28H)

The Kramer VM-28H-NV is a distribution amplifier for HDMI signals. It reclocks and equalizes one of 2 selectable input signals and distributes it to 8 identical outputs.

  • Max. Data Rate — 6.75Gbps (2.25Gbps per graphic channel).
  • HDTV Compatible.
  • HDCP Compliant.
  • HDMI Support — Deep Colour, x.v.Colour, Lip Sync, CEC.
  • 3D Pass-Through.
  • I-EDIDPro Kramer Intelligent EDID Processing — Intelligent EDID handling & processing algorithm ensures Plug and Play operation for HDMI systems.
  • Kramer re-Klocking & Equalization Technology — Rebuilds the digital signal and reduces jitter for longer cable runs.
  • Control — RS-232 & IR.
  • Active Output LED Indicators.
  • Universal Power Supply — 100-240V AC.
  • Standard 19" Rack Mount Size — 1U. Rack "ears" included.
  • 7 year warranty (Click Here for details)


Kramer VM-28H-NV Specifications

Connectivity

Inputs 2 on HDMI connectors
Outputs 8 on HDMI connectors

Video Specifications

Bandwidth 6.75Gbps (2.25Gbps per graphic channel)
HDMI Compliance Supports HDMI and HDCP

User Interface

Controls EDID, IN 1, IN 2, IR remote controller and LOCK buttons
Indicator Leds Output status LEDs

Mechanical

Power 100-240V AC, 50/60Hz 28VA
In The Box VM-28H, Power cord, IR remote control transmitter
Options External remote IR receiver cable
Product Dimension 19×9.34 × 1U (43.6×23.72cm 4.36cm) W×D×H
Product Weight 1.8kg (4.1lbs) approx.
Shipping Dimension 52.50×33.00×10.70cm (20.67×12.99×4.21") W×D×H
Shipping Weight 3.0kg (6.6lbs) approx.

Environmental

Operating Temp. 0° to +40°C (32° to 104°F)
Storage Temp. -40° to +70°C (-40° to 158°F)
Humidity 10% to 90%, RHL non-condensing

Kramer VM-28H-NV Usage Diagram



Kramer VM-28H-NV Usage Diagram