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Hall Research FHD264-S AV IP HDMI Extender (Transmitter) with Loop output/RS232/IR

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    Hall Research
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  • Weight
    1.00 lbs
  • Warranty
    3 Years
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    In Stock

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    1 lbs
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    Hall Research

This listing is for FHD264-S Sender only. Use description below as a general reference.

The FHD264 is a family of High Definition MI over Local Area Network Senders (encoders) and Receivers (decoders) utilizing advanced video encoding techniques to distribute up to 64 Full-High Definition video signals to hundreds of displays on a simple 1 GB local area network. FDH 264 family also extend Serial RS-232 communications and Infrared remote signals. Extraction of High Definition MI Audio occurs and available on a convenient 3.5mm stereo jack on both the Sender and the Receiver. The FHD264-S encoder also offers local High Definition MI output.

Each device offers a two-line front panel LCD that can be used to quickly configure or monitor parameters such as Internet Protocol settings, multicast group selection, assignment of device names, and more. The device eliminates the usual installation challenges of finding and configuring devices on the network for the first time. With the front panel LCD, users can see and assign configuration parameters with ease.

The serial ports RS-232 on each unit can occur in Serial over IP (SoIP) mode which gives room for third-party Internet protocol controllers to control peripheral equipment directly through RS-232. For example, if the connection of RS-232 of a decoder to a video projector occurs, the projector can be turned on or off via telnet commands sent to the FHD264 Receiver.

IEEE 802.3af Power over Ethernet (PoE) receives support from all gadgets. There is no need for power supply connection to the FHD264 gadgets when connected to a network switch with Power over Ethernet. Customers that lack PoE on their network have the opportunity of the addition of power supply.

Rackmount hardware can house up to 12 senders in 4U rack space.


  • Create a virtual video matrix with up to 64 Senders and 250 Receivers
  • Works on affordable 1Gig network infrastructure
  • Front panel LCD for configuration of IP parameters, and status indication
  • HDMI loop output connector on FHD264-S Sender
  • HDMI Audio output on each device using 3.5mm stereo connector
  • PoE ready. Power supply not needed when connected to LAN with PoE
  • Fail-safe back up video designation to create automatic redundancy
  • Serial Over IP(SoIP) to control external equipment via the Serial port
  • Receivers include small IR remote controller for switching channels
  • Easy to use WebGUI in each unit, accessible from any browser
  • IR (infra-red) extension from Receiver to Sender
  • User selectable streaming bit rate
  • User-definable name for each device (e.g. Lobby Monitor, Training PC)
  • Supports SD, HD and Full-HD (1080p@60 Hz) resolutions
  • Free Windows PC Manager Tool software (for system- wide control)