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TechLogix Launches IPFO-KIT for Extending Video, Audio, Control & Network Signals over Fiber

TechLogix Launches IPFO-KIT for Extending Video, Audio, Control & Network Signals over Fiber

TechLogix is streamlining video, audio, control and network signal distribution over fiber with their new TL-IPFO-KIT. Based on their TLXpress AV over IP technology, the IPFO-KIT simultaneously extends HDMI or DisplayPort video, multichannel audio, bi-directional IR, bi-directional RS232 and 1G ethernet over a single duplex fiber. A swappable SFP+ port allows multimode fiber extension up to 300m (1,000 ft.) and single mode fiber extension up to 20km (12 miles). 

IPFO-KIT Design Labels

The system leverages Aptovision technology to embed signals and deliver them real-time (zero frame rate latency) even across the longest distances. 

Key features include: 

  • HDMI & DisplayPort inputs on the transmitter
  • HDMI output with DisplayPort video conversion on the receiver
  • HDMI 2.0 / HDCP 2.2 compliancy
  • 4K60 4:4:4 HDR support
  • 7.1 DTS Master HD and Dolby TrueHD support
  • Embedded Bi-directional IR and RS232 extension
  • Embedded 1G Ethernet extension
  • Selectable analog audio embedding and de-embedding on both the transmitter and receiver

Unlike other fiber extenders which only tackle audio, video and control, the IPFO-KIT also transmits network signals from end-to-end providing remote areas with internet connectivity. In most applications, the embedded network port is used for remote access points or streaming devices. 

The single TL-IPFO-KIT part number includes a transmitter, receiver, mounting hardware and power supplies. 

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