ZIG-HAVEX - One Bad Ass HDMI 4K Extender!
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The ZIG-HAVEX is an HDBaseT extender set for long distance transmission of HDMI video, embedded audio, 4-port POE Ethernet switch, back channel analog or digital audio plus bi-directional control signals over a single CAT - 5e/6a type cable.
The ZIG-HAVEX can be used as a point-to-point solution or integrated with matrix routing equipment to extend inputs or outputs to remote locations. The transmitter and receiver kit supports simultaneous transmissions of digital or analogue audio back channel, simultaneous transmissions of full duplex 10/100 Ethernet and simultaneous transmission of bi-directional RS-232 and IR signals from a control system providing remote control to source equipment or displays.
In addition, ZIG-HAVEX comes equipped with dual voltage IR receiver/emitter ports for screw or 3.5mm in /out.
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The HAVEX has been shipping since 2012 when it took several awards from major media outlets and trade organizations. 4K ahead of it's time and HDCP 2.2 compliant already the HAVEX was the first HDBaseT with ARC (audio return channel) - see the diagram below for connection examples.
With a 4-Port POE switch at each side (RX/TX) you will always have plenty of extra 10/100 baseT ethernet ports available - and you know you need them!!
- Transmitter at head end (rack) connections:
- DTV STB via HDMI and to LAN port for advanced operations such as Pay-Per-View
- Cable Modem (Ethernet Access Point) via RJ45 to LAN port
- Digital Audio to Zone Audio Matrix Switch (SPDIF Optical or Coax)
- IR Connection - To control SMART TV in bedroom
- IR Connection - To control DTV STB in rack from bedroom
- HDBaseT connection via RJ45 and CAT6a to RX - receiver
- Receiver in bedroom connections:
- HDMI out to SMART 4K TV
- LAN connections to SMART TV and local media streamers (Apple TV and Roku)
- ARC from TV (optical or coax SPDIF) digital cable connection from TV audio to HAVEX audio port
- IR connections for controlling DTV STB at head end/rack