Input Plate Kit Extends VGA/HDMI Reach

Key Digital’s KD-SX440WP wall plate HDBaseT/HDMI extender kit is a wall-plate input presentation switcher and extender kit, tailored for professional video installations. It provides a simplistic all-in-one presentation switcher, scaler, and extender set. The transmit unit is a user-friendly and aesthetically pleasing wall plate with HDMI and VGA plus audio inputs ideal for mounting on a wall or in table pockets. End-users will have no trouble as KD-SX440WP offers auto-switching and analog video scaling. 

 

KD-SX440WP is HDCP 2.2 compliant and consists of KD-SX440WPTx and KD-SX440Rx. 4K/UHD 24/25/30 (4:4:4) and 4K/UHD 60 (4:2:0) signals are extended up to 230 ft. using a single CAT5e/6 cable. 1080p/60, 1920x1200 signals are extended up to 328 ft. In addition to AV signals, KD-SX440WP extends IR and RS-232 for controlling remotely located equipment. The wall-plate unit (Tx) fits in a standard US dual-gang box and is powered by the Rx unit for convenient installation. Should you require further enlightenment, complete specs, user/installation manual, datasheet, and more are readily available.

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Mount Vernon, NY

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