Kramer releases twisted pair transmitter/receiver

The TP-100 transmitter has a looping XGA input, ID bit control and two CAT5 outputs allowing it to send the original signal to two different locations simultaneously
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Kramer Electronics' TP-100 and TP-200 VGA/XGA twisted pair transmitter and receiver

Kramer Electronics has introduced the TP-100 and TP-200 VGA/XGA twisted pair transmitter and receiver.

The TP-100 transmitter has a looping XGA input, ID bit control and two CAT5 outputs allowing it to send the original signal to two different locations simultaneously. It offers cable equalization and signal amplification for both outputs and can send the original computer video signal to distances exceeding 300 ft. (100 m) using simple CAT5 unshielded wire (UTP).

The TP-200 receives the CAT5 signal, decodes it simultaneously to three XGA HD15 outputs (DA operation) and relays the input to the next receiver (transceiver operation). It provides two independent, front panel EQ controls – one for the decoded XGA signal and one for the relay output signal.

Both machines are desktop, half 19-in. rack size, so that the two machines can be mounted side by side in a 19-in. 1U adapter. The input looping capability of the TP-100 and the transceiver operation capability of the TP-200, allow for the creation of a multimode XGA/CAT5 distribution system where necessary.

The TP-100/TP-200 will be in stock and available from Kramer Electronics sales companies around the world in October.

For more information, visit www.kramerelectronics.com.

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