Middleton, WI- Intelix, U.S. manufacturer of audio/video equipment and software, recently announced the release of the DIGI-DVIT2R-F system, which transmits DVI video from a single source to two remote destinations over twisted pair cabling.
“DVI signals are typically very difficult to distribute—DVI cables are limited in length and DVI distribution amplifiers often choke on EDID and DDC signals,” explains Steve Cohan, Intelix C.E.O. “The Intelix DIGI-DVIT2R-F solves both problems with a convenient, integrated solution.”
The Intelix DIGI-DVIT2R-F system transmits high-definition, 1920×1080 resolution DVI-D signals up to 220 feet using a single shielded Cat 6 cable. The system includes one dual output send balun, one receive balun, and two power supplies. The send balun effectively splits a single DVI input to two twisted pair outputs. In addition, the send balun also features a local monitor output for local viewing or daisy chaining. At the remote end, the receive balun converts the signal from twisted pair back to DVI format.
The DIGI-DVIT2R-F features built-in automatic EDID (extended display identification data) and DDC (display data channel) detection to ensure the source and destination devices properly sync without the added expense of third party detection hardware.
Retail price for the DIGI-DVIT2R-F balun set is $580.95.
Retail price for additional DIGI-DVI series receivers is $314.95.
via [press release] more info www.intelix.com