Extron Introduces New Fiber Optic Scaling Receiver
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Anaheim, California (June 17, 2011) - Extron Electronics is pleased to introduce the FOXBOX SR HDMI, a high performance fiber optic-to-HDMI scaling receiver for the FOX Series of fiber optic transmitters. It accepts a fiber optic signal with audio, RS-232 control, and HDCP-compliant HDMI, DVI, VGA, or YUV video, scaling the video to the optimal output resolution for the display. Engineered for reliability and exceptional high resolution image performance, the FOXBOX SR HDMI supports resolutions up to 1920x1200, including HDTV 1080p/60. Available in multimode and singlemode models, it also provides many integrator-friendly features such as Key Minder® for continuous authentication of HDCP compliance, audio de-embedding, Auto Input Memory, internal test patterns, and a compact enclosure for discreet placement. The FOXBOX SR HDMI is ideal for fiber optic installations that require scaling of high resolution content with the highest quality.
"AV system designers and integrators now have a simple solution for scaling high-resolution video in fiber optic systems," says Casey Hall, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Extron. "The FOXBOX SR HDMI scaling receiver ensures the highest quality image is perfectly matched to the display, independent of the source resolution."
As part of the larger, comprehensive FOX Series of fiber optic products from Extron, the FOXBOX SR HDMI is compatible with the FOX Series HDMI, DVI Plus, DVI, VGA, and VGA/YUV transmitters. In addition, the FOXBOX SR HDMI can be used in combination with Extron fiber optic distribution amplifiers, switchers, and matrix switchers for support of enterprise-wide distribution of HDCP-compliant HDMI signals. The receiver delivers the optimal resolution to the display, making the FOXBOX SR HDMI well suited for all-digital and hybrid AV systems that include a wide variety of displays and sources with different resolutions.