Projector Connector HD/IP™ Installation Transmitter Receiver

Projector Connector HD/IP™ Installation
Transmitter
Visual Broadcast System
The Projector Connector™ HD/IP™
allows you to simultaneously send out
an HDMI® 1.3 Signal to one or more
HDMI video projectors or LCD Panels
and return an IR Control Signal** to
the source using CAT5/6/7 cable over
a standard Ethernet infrastructure.
Can be used to distribute HD digital
content from multiple sources to up
to 200 remote displays on a LAN by
cascading Managed Ethernet switches
up to 3 levels, allowing the farthest
display to be located up to 1,000’ away
from the 1080p source devices while
sustaining picture & sound quality.
Each device is installed using 1 piece
of twisted pair cable. AV signals are
transmitted digitally over the CAT5/6/7
cable without any signal loss. Internal
JPEG video compression adapts to
available network bandwidth if needed.
The integrated Scaler function allows
different input and output resolutions
up to 2048x2048 (different displays can
be at different resolutions).
Projector Connector™ HD/IP™ Transmitter
(VBS-HDMI-308A)
1 UTP/STP 100Mbps Ethernet Port
Embedded HTTP Server
Protocol: IP, UDP, TCP, ICMP, and IGMP
1 HDMI™ In (19 pin Type A female)
1 3.5mm IR Receiver Port (limited support)
Size: 5” W x 4.5” D x 1” H; 1.1 pounds
100-240V, 50/60 Hz, 5v DC Adapter - 1 Amp
HDCP Compliant
Plug-and-Play installation
Supports DVI with HDMI-to-DVI adapter
Video Bandwidth: 2.25Gbps (HDM1.3)
Maximum LAN Bandwidth: 50 ~ 60 Mbps
Input TMDS Signal: 1.2 volts (peak-to-peak)
Input DDC Signal: 5 volts (peak-to-peak)
Resolutions - practically any input from 16 x 16
to 2048 x 2048 pixels including the following:
640x480 @ 85fps
1024x768 @ 75fps
1600x1200 @ 30fps
720x576 @ 50fps
1920x1080 @ 24fps
Receiver
Projector Connector™ HD/IP™ Receiver
(VBS-HDMI-108A)
1 UTP/STP 100Mbps Ethernet Port
1 HDMI™ Out (19 pin Type A female)
1 3.5mm IR Transmitter Port (limited support)
Size: 5” W x 4.5” D x 1” H; 1.1 pounds
100-240V, 50/60 Hz, 5v DC Adapter - 1 Amp
HDCP Compliant
Plug-and-Play installation
Supports DVI with HDMI-to-DVI adapter
Scaler automatically adjusts for each display
Point-To-Point Example
Contact us:
Just Add Power
PO Box 1064
Indian Rocks Beach, FL 33785-1064
800-615-0206
Fax: 727-517-4054
www.justaddpower.com
sales@justaddpower.com
CAT5/6/7 up to 333’
Transmitter (One per standard LAN,
multiple transmitter support requires a
Managed Ethernet Switch with VLAN/
IGMP protocol)
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All specifications subject to change without notice.
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other countries.
HDMI
Computer
or Blu-Ray
Player
Installation
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800x600 @ 85fps
1280x1024 @ 30fps
720x480 @ 60fps
1280x720 @ 30fps
1920x1080 @ 60fps
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Receiver (Up to 200 per LAN)
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HDMI In: Connect to an HDMI
source device with an HDMI M-M
cable. Use an HDMI>DVI adapter
if the source is DVI.
HDMI Out: Connect to an HDMI
display device with an HDMI M-M
cable. Use an HDMI>DVI adapter
if the display is DVI.
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RJ45: Connect directly to a Receiver
or to 100BT Ethernet LAN Switch
using UTP CAT5/6/7 cable (EIA/
TIA 568B).
RJ45: Connect to the Transmitter
or to 100BT Ethernet LAN Switch
using UTP CAT5/6/7 cable (EIA/
TIA 568B).
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Extend IR: Connect the optional IR
Receiver and place the IR Receiver
where it can be aimed at with the
remote control. A built in IR eye is
in front of case. **
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DC5V: Connect to the supplied AC
Adapter and plug in to a compatible
electrical outlet.
Extend IR: Connect the optional
IR Blaster (not included) and place
the IR sending eye in front of device
to be controlled remotely. **
DC5V: Connect to the supplied AC
Adapter and plug in to a compatible
electrical outlet.
** Return IR Control is limited to the
first attached Receiver and is not suitable
for use in a Many-To-Many installation.
Projector Connector HD over IP™ Example Layouts
Example 1 - Typical LAN with 1 switch - 1 Layer,
1 Transmitter and 1 Receiver
Example 2 - Typical LAN with 1 switch - 1 Layer, 1 Transmitter and 7 Receivers
Transmitter
Transmitter
Receiver
Receiver
Receiver
Receiver
Receiver
Receiver
Receiver
Receiver
Example 3 - Typical LAN with 2 switches using CAT5/6/7 for
switch connection - 2 Layers, 1 Transmitter and 3 Receivers
Transmitter
Receiver
Receiver
Receiver
Transmitter
Receiver
Receiver
Receiver
Example 4 - Typical LAN with 2 switches using Fiber
Optic for switch connection - 2 Layers, 1 Transmitter and 3
Receivers
Example 5 - Home Theater “any size” Matrix (any number of displays attached to any source).
You must use a Managed Ethernet Switch with support for VLAN and IGMP protocol. A third
party home automation solution is needed for distributed remote control functionality.
Cisco Catalyst 2960
Managed Switch with
VLAN/IGMP
Control via PC
HTTP interface
(wired or wireless)
or RS232 Console
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