Extron introduces new transmitter

Extron has introduced its new two-input transmitter, the DTP2 T 202 FB, which provides a flexible, floor box mounting solution that is compatible with offerings from OBO Bettermann, MK by Honeywell, Electraplan, and PUK.

The transmitter sends DisplayPort or HDMI, audio, and control up to 100 meters over a shielded CATx cable to a DTP-enabled product.

It can be configured to send video and embedded audio, plus bidirectional RS 232 and IR signals, to an HDBaseT-enabled display, as well as configured to provide power to the connected DTP2 receiver, allowing both devices to share one power supply and simplify installation.

It supports video resolutions up to 4K/60 at 4:4:4 chroma sampling, and complies with HDCP 2.2 Analog stereo audio embedding, assignment of the stereo analogue audio input, EDID Minder technology, and automatic switching between inputs to allow easy operation in unmanaged locations.

Extron vice president of worldwide sales and marketing Casey Hall says the new transmitter adds 4K/60 4:4:4 capability along with DisplayPort connectivity to its popular floor box offering.

“It provides the convenient features you find in our other DTP and DTP2 transmitters, with the added benefit of easy installation within a floor box.”

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