10.05.2008 08:00 AM
Teq AV/IT’s TPH372 transfers 1080p signals via HDMI up to 130ft over single UTP cable

Teq AV/IT has released its new TPH372, which can transfer HD signals from HDMI sources up to 130ft at 1080p, 170ft at 1080i or 200ft at 720p over a single UTP cable. With equalization and gain settings, the TPH372 provides a fast and easy way to transfer HD images from any HDMI or DVI source to a compatible display in a matter of minutes through a single, cost-effective UTP cable.

Most HDMI or DVI over UTP (Cat 5 or Cat 6) extenders require running two cables, one for the video signal and another for the HDCP/DDC information. “After researching and developing HD Cat 1 technology and testing with multiple sources and displays,” said Mitesh Patel, CEO of Teq AV/IT, “we have resolved the problem of dual cable and HDCP/DDC with the introduction of TPH372.”

For more information, visit www.teqavit.com.



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