XTP T HDMI Retired

HDMI Transmitter
Key Features
  • Transmits video, audio, bidirectional RS-232 and IR, and Ethernet up to 330 feet (100 meters) over a shielded CATx cable
  • Supports computer and video resolutions up to 1920x1200, including 1080p/60 Deep Color and 2K
  • HDMI loop-through with selectable audio control
  • HDCP compliant
  • Remote power capability
  • Extron XTP DTP 24 shielded twisted pair cable is strongly recommended for optimal performance
The Extron XTP T HDMI
Model Version Description Part #
 XTP T HDMI HDMI Transmitter 60-1043-12 Retired

This product has been retired.
Suggested Replacement

The Extron XTP T HDMI is an XTP® transmitter that sends video, audio, bidirectional RS-232 and IR, and Ethernet up to 330 feet (100 m) over a shielded CATx cable. It is HDCP compliant, and supports computer and video resolutions up to 1920x1200, including 1080p/60 Deep Color and  2K. The transmitter also allows Ethernet extension and insertion of bidirectional RS-232 and IR for LAN access and AV device control at remote locations. The XTP T HDMI transmitter works with XTP Systems® for signal distribution and long-distance transmission between remote endpoints.

The HDCP-compliant XTP T HDMI enables the reliable, long distance transmission of HDMI signals, supporting Deep Color up to 12-bit, 3D, and HD lossless audio formats. In addition, DDC channels are actively buffered, allowing EDID and HDCP communication to be maintained between a source and display. Continuous communication ensures device compatibility and optimal signal transmission between devices. As an added benefit, the XTP T HDMI provides an active HDMI output that includes support of embedded audio, allowing connection of a local monitor for operation visibility and troubleshooting.

The transmitter supports multiple embedded digital audio formats with HDMI embedded audio available on the HDMI connector. It includes the capability to embed separate balanced/unbalanced analog stereo audio signals in place of HDMI-embedded audio for extended transmission. To precisely control the audio, the XTP T HDMI provides audio input gain and attenuation. This wide variety of audio transmission and control features helps to simplify system design and reduce the number of cable runs between endpoints.

The XTP T HDMI includes an RS-232 and IR insertion port, allowing bidirectional control of an AV device using the one cable. This feature simplifies integration with a control system for managing source devices. Additionally, centralized 10/100 Ethernet communication can be implemented via Ethernet extension port to reduce the number of independent network drops required within a system.

To further simplify system design, the transmitter can be powered by the matrix switcher over the same cable that transmits the AV and inserted signals. This capability speeds up installation at remote endpoints by eliminating the need to provide AC power to the device. Housed in a 1" (2.5 cm) high, half rack width metal enclosure, the remote powering capabilities and low profile design of the XTP T HDMI transmitter allow for discreet placement in space-challenged environments.

Extron recommends Extron-certified XTP DTP 24 shielded twisted pair cable, shielded RJ-45 plugs, jacks, and couplers engineered for optimum signal transmission with Extron XTP Systems. The XTP DTP 24 cable is certified to 475 MHz, and utilizes a SF/UTP design with four unshielded 24 AWG twisted pair conductors inside an overall braid and foil shield for superior performance and noise immunity.

Extron XTP Systems

Extron XTP Systems provide a completely integrated switching and distribution solution for multiple digital and analog formats. They support local connectivity as well as extended transmission capability for sending high resolution video, audio, RS‑232, and Ethernet up to 330 feet (100 meters) over a shielded CATx cable and even greater distances over fiber optic cabling. Each system is HDCP compliant and delivers ultra‑fast, highly reliable digital switching with Extron's SpeedSwitch® Technology.

At the heart of a system is an XTP CrossPoint matrix switcher. The modular matrix switchers are expandable from 4x4 to 64x64, depending on frame size, and can be populated with a wide variety of XTP I/O matrix boards. Input and output boards provide direct HDMI, DVI, VGA, video, and audio connections to local sources and displays, and signal extension to remote endpoints when using XTP transmitters and receivers. The matrix switcher can also provide power to a remote XTP device over CATx cabling, depending on transmitter model.

The online XTP System Builder gives convenient access for complete system design. The tool also features a printable bill of materials, pricing, and quote submittal. Once the order is confirmed and received, the included XTP System Configuration Software enables easy setup and configuration right out of the box.

To configure, operate, and monitor the system in real time, user-friendly control software offers a complete view of all XTP devices from a computer. With hot‑swappable modular components, a wide selection of XTP transmitters and receivers, and advanced 24/7 system monitoring, XTP Systems are designed to provide continuous, trouble‑free operation in the most critical applications.