Kramer Electronics is pleased to announce  the introduction of the VS-88H, VS-66H3, VS-84H and VS-48H high quality 8×8, 6×6, 8×4 and 4×8 matrix switchers for HDMI signals.  These models all ensure quick and reliable switching of HDMI signals.

All four units support up to 2.25Gbps bandwidth per graphic channel and offer HDMI Support (V.1.4 with 3D, Deep Color, x.v.Color™ and Lip Sync). They are HDCP (High Definition Digital Content Protection) and HDTV (High Definition Television) compatible.
These models include Kramer’s I-EDIDPro™ technology; Kramer’s Intelligent EDID Processing™.
I-EDIDPro technology ensures that EDID information is properly processed, resulting in Plug and Play operation within HDMI systems.  The units re-clock and equalize all signals, and can route any input to any or all outputs simultaneously.

These new HDMI Matrix switchers also incorporate Kramer’s unique I-HDCPro™ technology.  Kramer I-HDCPro Intelligent HDCP Processing™ constantly verifies and maintains HDCP encryption between input and output devices to ensure quick and reliable switching with minimal switching time.

Each matrix switcher can store up to 16 preset switches in memory locations for quick access to common configurations. These preset switches can be recalled from memory and executed when needed.
All of these HDMI matrix switchers can be controlled using the front panel button, the included IR remote or via RS-232 (K-Router™ Windows®-based software is included) or Ethernet.  Windows®-based Ethernet Configuration Manager & Virtual Serial Port Manager software is also included. A lockout button on the front panel prevents unwanted tampering with the buttons once the unit is setup properly.
The VS-88H, VS-66H3, VS-84H and VS-48H matrix switchers all fit into one vertical space of a standard 19” rack mount (1RU) with rack “ears” included. This line of matrix switchers is cost-effective and ideal for conference room presentations, advertising applications, and rental and staging.
The VS-88H sells in the United States for $4,495 list price and the VS-66H3, VS-84H and VS-48H each sell for $3,295. They are currently in stock and available for purchase from Kramer Electronics sales companies around the world. Complete product information can be found at www.kramerus.com.
KRAMER ELECTRONICS USA, INC HEADQUARTERS 96 Route 173 West, Suite 1, Hampton, NJ 08827

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