The TX connects to PC or Blu-ray player for the HDMI/DVI/VGA source, the RX connects to display, speaker, microphone, and USB devices. The solution is based on the standard IP technology, the TX converts input signals (video, Audio, USB, …) to IP packets and Multicast/Unicast to Gigabit Ethernet switch. On the other end of RXs, receiving IP packets from Ethernet switch then converts back to HDMI/DVI/VGA, Audio, USB… and send to display, speaker, USB devices. The Encoder/Decoder engine built with Scaler function, multiple RXs are flexible to be configured as Video-Wall displays. Perfect for AV Broadcasting, KVM Matrix Control, Video-Wall applications like informational displays, entertainment, boardrooms, courtrooms, medical, military, and education digital signage.
|DVI –I connector for HDMI/DVI-D/VGA input||1||N/A|
DVI-I connector for HDMI/DVI-D/VGA output
|Power||DC 9~32V, 15W||DC 9~32V, 20W|
1 x SFP Module with LC/SC connector, single core of SM/MM cable
|USB Upstream (to PC)||1 x USB-B||N/A|
|USB to Devices||N/A||2 x USB-A 2.0 + 2 x USB-A 1.1|
|IR remote control (option||1 x IR Blaster||1 x IR Receiver|
|Resolution||1080p or PC 1920 X 1200 @ 60Hz|
|Inter-connect Cable||Single Mode (3 KM), or Multi Mode (550 M) Optical Fiber|
|Storage Temperature||-20~ 85°C|
|Weight||453 g||458 g|
Encodes or Decodes video up to 1080p60 in H.264 from 3G-SDI, HDMI, or CVBS interfaces. Supports Encoder or Decoder mode. Decoder mode supports live webpage video viewing from computer via web browser. Supports advanced network protocols, such as RTSP, HTTP, HTTPS, RTP, and UDP. Suitable for stand alone public internet transport.
The Thor Broadcast H-H264IP-E RTSP network encoder is a real time encoding device for IP broadcasting over LAN or Public Internet. The signal source could be from a STB, PC, TV etc via HDMI and it will transport the live program through the Internet/LAN output this LAN broadcast can be received by any phone, tablet, or PC. This Thor network encoder lets you access your IP STB, PC or TV anywhere to watch your stream of content. The device supports HDMI/YPbPr/S-Video/AV/USB input and encodes in MPEG 4 AVC/H.264 format. This H.264 IP signal will output over UDP, RTP/RTSP, HTTP, and HLS.