Take wireless HDMI one step further; send content from your laptop to one or two flat-panel displays or projectors - even through walls - with ease. No software or drivers necessary. It is plug-and-play, and intuitive.
Channel System Each device has a channel selector which scrolls through ten channels. Transmitters (Tx) connect to each source, and each are set to transmit on different channels. Use up to 10 x Tx in the same WiFi area since they all use different channels. Receivers (Rx) connect to the displays. To determine which source they show adjust the channel.
System Rules As you plan your system be aware it is not possible for three or more Rx to be on the same channel.
Matrix Two sources can be patched to two displays. Set the transmitters to different channels, then adjust the channel on each Rx to switch which source is shown.
Distribution Show content from one laptop on two displays. Connect a Tx to the laptop, and a Rx to each display. Set them all to the same channel, and you're done.
Switching Supports switching up to ten sources on a display. Connect a transmitter (Tx) to each laptop, and a receiver (Rx) to each display. Change the channel on the Rx to determine which source it displays. Present Button Distribution
When only one display is in use, the Present button on each transmitter can be used to remotely change the channel on the receiver. Note: the switch on the rear must be set to activate this.
Blend Systems Because there are ten channels available you can blend together matrix, distribution, and switching systems
Range The range can be up to 30 metres (98ft) in an enclosed environment - or up to 50 metres (164ft) in an open space. Too close or too far away and the image will degrade. It uses the same frequencies as wifi so it will work through dry-walls but performance drops off with distance and physical obstacles
5GHz It creates it's own WiFi network in the 5GHz frequency band and uses non-DFS channels to avoid interference. The signal is made secure with 128 bit AES encryption.
Control As well as using the buttons on the front panel to select channels, an included IR remote control directly selects channels, or a control system can switch them via RS-232.
WiFi Troubleshooting An onscreen display can be used to look at the frequency spectrum to see what other devices might be interfering with your systems.
It is HDMI 1.3 with HDCP 1.2 compliance. Features not supported are ARC (Audio Return Channel), and Ethernet.
Low Latency The TC-HDMIWM has a latency of less than 200 millisecond - 1/5 of a second. It can support up to 1080P (1920 x 1080) video and is smooth and glitch-free.
IR Passthrough Includes IR blaster and receiver cables to allow control of the source device from the remote display. Supports 20-60KHz frequencies.
Sleep If the source is turned off or goes to sleep, the displays associated with that source will also be allowed to sleep.