1 FEB, 2021
AURORA MULTIMEDIA’S Low Power & Cost SDVoE 4K AV over IP, Transceiver Box and Wall Plates
AURORA MULTIMEDIA’S Low Power & Cost SDVoE 4K AV over IP,
Transceiver Box and Wall Plates
MORGANVILLE, NJ February 2021 — Aurora Multimedia is announcing the only encrypted 4K60 4:4:4 10Gbps AV over IP transceiver box and wall plates, utilizing their Patent Pending IPBaseT® technology based on the SDVoE platform. The IPX-TC3A Series compliments the growing line of AV over IP products. Aurora is changing the topology of AV resolving all existing issues with reliability, serviceability, scalability, capability, and inventory.
The IPX-TC3A and IPX-TC3A Pro is the only 10Gbps SDVoE transceiver to have redundant fiber version and selectable copper fiber in a single unit. The new A version can use as little as 6 watts and has no fan. The new enclosure design is small and lightweight making it easy to mount just about anywhere. The box version now has a front OLED screen for IP Address, Unit ID, Status, and more. This makes servicing even easier.
Aurora provides an entire solution with its SDVoE wall plate. Available in white or black, the IPX-TC3A-WP3 allows a complete in room experience that box only solutions cannot achieve.
Aurora’s latest combines a variety of IP technologies and features under one uniﬁed protocol using a simpliﬁed topology. Seamless switching, USB 2.0 (480Mbps), Dante®/AES67 8-channel (another Aurora first), 1Gbps Ethernet, and control are some of the core capabilities of IPBaseT®. Advanced features include, windowing, videowall, seamless switching, all with perfect image quality.
Powerful hardware needs powerful software to compliment. The IPBaseT® Manager allows full set up and control of all functions. Key features are the EDID editor allowing for full manipulation of an EDID to create common denominators and Rapid Deployment Tool (RDT) which can fully configure a large system in minutes.
Utilizing the bandwidth of a standard 10Gbps copper or ﬁber, the IPBaseT® IPX Series supports large scalable audio/video matrixing, and it does so while replacing multiple technologies and products with a "single-box" distributed platform.