VN-Matrix 225 Series Retired

DVI & RGB Video Over IP Encoders & Decoders
Key Features
  • Supports up to WUXGA resolution 1920x1200
  • HD video over IP up to 1080p
  • Low delay streaming - 35 ms encode and 35 ms decode
  • High immunity to network errors
  • Compatible and interoperable with VN-Matrix 200 models
  • Supports refresh rates from 24 to 85 Hz
The Extron VN-Matrix 225 Series
Model Version Description Part #
 VNC 225 DVI Codec for DVI-I, Audio/Keyboard/Mouse 60-1118-02 Retired
 VNE 225 DVI Encoder for DVI-I & Digital Audio 60-1119-02 Retired
 VND 225 DVI Decoder for DVI-I & Digital Audio 60-1120-02 Retired

This product has been retired.

The VN-Matrix® 225 Series provides real-time transmission of high resolution audio visual content across standard IP networks for live viewing, collaboration, storage, and playback. The VN-Matrix 225 Series encodes video or graphics sources at resolutions up to HD or WUXGA, streams the video and audio over an IP network, then decodes the content back to the original source resolution. VN-Matrix applies Extron's PURE3® Codec, a unique wavelet-based compression technology. The VN-Matrix 225 Series offers real-time performance and low latency, making it ideal for remote collaborative and interactive or control applications. It can be deployed in live event streaming and high level collaboration in mission-critical applications with the most demanding image quality requirements.

The VN-Matrix 225 Series can be used on uncorrected networks and provides visually lossless picture quality for large projected images and high resolution graphics.

As a generic solution for streaming video, graphics, audio and control signals over IP, the VN-Matrix 225 simplifies complex systems. Because it supports existing cabling and network infrastructure, the VN-Matrix 225 is economical and easy to deploy. With the scalable VN-Matrix system, you can start small and add additional encoders and decoders later to turn your IP network into a virtual routing matrix switcher that is practically limitless in size.


  • Real-Time Video & Graphics Over IP
  • Virtual Switching Over IP
  • Image and Data Recording
  • Point-to-Point and Long Distance Distribution
  • Mission Critical Imagery
  • Real-Time Visual Collaboration