HVE-6601T HDMI VIDEO WALL OVER IP POE TRANSMITTER
The LevelOne HVE-660 Series is an innovative HDMI-over-IP Video Wall Distribution Solution. Designed with transmitting units (HVE-6601T) and receiving units (HVE-6601R), it is exceptionally scalable, offering any combination up to 8 x 8 matrix video wall arrangement. The HVE-660 Series riches video wall connectivity options to public premises such as sports bars, cinemas, transport stations, or highly demanded monitoring sites such as emergency response centers, security organization, or traffic monitoring units.
How it works
In the system, video signal is distributed by connecting HDMI-over-IP Video Wall Transmitter (HVE-6601T) to HDMI video source, via HDMI splitter if necessary. At each of displaying monitors, one receiving unit (HVE-6601R) is attached to complete the system. The solution is highly flexible that Point-to-Point or Point-to-Many topologies could be conveniently arranged. And to meet wider range of application requirement, Many-to-Many connection is also easily achievable and manageable through VLAN isolation with a managed network switch, where multiple video sources could be freely distributed to required monitors. The video gridding layout is modifiable with software utility provided. With advanced broadcasting technology the bandwidth is not heavily loaded to the number of displaying units.
PoE Connectivity, Centralization and Grouping
The LevelOne HVE-660 Series offers options to be powered by PoE (with 802.3af standard) or external power supplying unit. With implementation of PoE web smart managed switch in the system, the receiving units could be powered on or off from control station. RS-232 over TCP/IP technology is incorporated with the HVE-660 solution, centralizing adjustments of HDMI display monitors settings. This enables the possibility of switching power, adjusting contrast and brightness of monitors remotely (this function is available depending on the of monitor model). Additionally, video sources could be distributed per preset display group via easily hardware adjustment of DIP switches. Or alternatively, software utility is available for distribution management.