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Avocent MPX1500 Receiver/Transmitter

Avocent MPX1500 Receiver/Transmitter
Avocent MPX1500 Receiver/Transmitter
Daily rate: 
$125
Weekly rate: 
$375

Extend high-definition (HD) video and audio in a wired or wireless configuration from a source to one or more destinations.

The Avocent Emerge MPX1500 multipoint extender provides wireless or wired connectivity for distribution of high-definition content from a source to one or more destinations. Emerge MPX transmitters and receivers work in unison to form a managed audio video extension network able to deliver a synchronized stream of high-definition computer graphics or video and associated audio from a source to as many as eight display devices. Display device control information, content protection and interactive device control signals, including IR and serial are passed from source to sink through the extension network, providing a fully integrated solution.

Ideal for professional high-definition media applications, the MPX1500 transmitter and receiver feature a universal media port based upon a locking digital video interface (DVI-I) connector. This media port allows for extension of digital and analog media formats, including: DVI-D, HDMI, DVI-A, RGBHV or YPbPr signals. Embedded digital audio and unbalanced analog audio are both supported. The MPX system serves as a video splitter and an extender by wirelessly delivering audio and video to multiple displays up to 1000 feet away.

All MPX extenders feature an on-board web server for ease of central management. For system control and configuration, the Emerge MPX extender solution is accessible through an on-board web server that allows browser-based configuration, status monitoring, and administration. The extenders allow for centralized control of attached audio-visual equipment through RS-232 serial and infrared interfaces. The Emerge MPX product is field upgradable to support future functionality.

Features and Benefits

Wired or Wireless Extension - Provides installation flexibility for wireless or wired high-definition applications.
Universal DVI-I Video Port - The MPX1500 T/R features a single DVI-I media port that supports RGB, component, DVI-A, DVI-D, and HDMI video.
Enhanced Audio - Supported audio standards include stereo analog audio supported via white and red RCA connectors.
Point to Multipoint Distribution - High-definition computer graphics or video and associated audio can be distributed to as many as eight display devices.
Serial Control - MPX1500 extenders support broadcast and bi-directional serial data transfers for management of attached display devices.
IR Control - MPX 1500 extenders support broadcast and bi-directional IR data transfers for session control from the point of display or for display control from the location of the source device. Mini-jack cables allow IR blasters and receivers to be optimally placed.
Web Control Interface - Allows local or remote control and configuration of the system without special software tools.
Serial Interface - Allows integration with third party control systems.
AES 128 Bit Encryption - Audio-visual information is encrypted with built-in Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) for secure transmission.
Small Form Factor - Smaller profile allows convenient installation and saves space where it's needed the most.
Quick Facts
MPX1500 HD Multipoint Extender - Wireless HDMI, DVI-D, DVI-A, RGB, Component
The MPX1500 T/R features a single DVI-I media port that supports RGB, component, DVI-A, DVI-D, and HDMI video
Wired or wireless extension provides installation flexibility for many professional A/V applications
Provides content security through HDCP digital rights management
For use in a wide range of critical viewing applications that require one-to-many distribution, such as: informational displays, corporate signage, boardrooms, courtrooms, medical, military, and education
The MPX1500 T/R features a single DVI-I media port that supports RGB, component, DVI-A, DVI-D, and HDMI video
Wired or wireless extension provides installation flexibility for many professional A/V applications
Provides content security through HDCP digital rights management
For use in a wide range of critical viewing applications that require one-to-many distribution, such as: informational displays, corporate signage, boardrooms, courtrooms, medical, military, and education

Specifications

Mechanical / Power / Environmental
Size 4.55" (116 mm) D, 6.92" (176 mm) W, 1.00" (25.4 mm) H
Weight 1.4 lbs (0.64 Kg)
Power (AC input/frequency) 100 - 240 VAC / 50 - 60Hz
Inrush Current 14.2 Amps (AC/DC adapter)
Operating Temperature 32°F (0°C) to 118.4°F (48°C)
Storage Temperature -4°F (-20°C) to 140°F (60°C)
Humidity 20% to 80% (Non-condensing)
Altitude Altitude 10,000 ft across the operating temperature range, 35,000 ft across storage temperature range
Shock 140G - 3 axis
Connections (Front)
2.5mm Mini-Jack IR input
3.5mm Mini-Jack Jack: IR blaster output, 38KHz +/- 2KHz; the IR blaster port supports enough drive current to handle 4 IR LEDs
RP-SMA Connector (2) Antenna connectors
USB USB 1.1 (not used at this time)
Connections (Rear)
DC Power DC barrel connector: 12VDC @ 1.5Amps
Serial (RJ-45) RJ45 serial port for control of attached display devices. Requires optional DB9-UNI female serial cable. Baud rates up to 38.4K
L1 LAN (RJ-45) IEEE 802.3 10/100 Ethernet, used for web access
Note: MPX receivers offer combined web/video functionality on a single port
L2 LAN (RJ-45) IEEE 802.3 10/100 Ethernet, used for streaming video
Note: MPX receivers offer combined web/video functionality on a single port
DVI-I AV media port that supports a wide range of digital and analog video modes
RCA Jacks (2) Left and right jacks for unbalanced analog audio
S/PDIF Digital audio output. Operation of this port may require a firmware upgrade
Video Details
Video Gain Unity ±1DB
Digital Video Standards HDCP compliant, HDMI 1.3 compliant, DVI-D DDC2B
Maximum Wired Video Bit Rate 40 Mbps
Maximum Wireless Video Bit Rate 20 Mbps
Video Resolutions (RGB) Computer (RGB) at 30 fps
640 x 480 @ 60Hz
800 x 600 @ 60Hz
1280 x 720 @ 60Hz
1280 x 768 @ 60Hz
1360 x 768 @ 60Hz

SD video (RGB) at 30 fps

480p @ 60Hz
576p @ 50Hz

HD video (RGB) at 30 fps

720p @ 50/60Hz

Video Resolutions (component video) SD video (component) at 30 fps
480i @ 60Hz
480p @ 60Hz
576i @ 50Hz
576p @ 50Hz

HD video (component) at 30 fps

720p @ 50/60Hz
1080i @ 50/60Hz

Video Resolutions
(HDMI and DVI-D) Computer resolution at 30 fps
640 x 480 @ 60Hz
800 x 600 @ 60Hz
1280 x 720 @ 60Hz
1280 x 768 @ 60Hz
1360 x 768 @ 60Hz

SD video at 30 fps

480i @ 60Hz
480p @ 60Hz
576i @ 50Hz
576p @ 50Hz

HD video at 30 fps

720p @ 50/60Hz
1080i @ 50/60Hz

Audio Details
Line Audio Outputs Line audio inputs less than or equal to 10K Ohm with
0-36dB of headroom
Frequency Response Analog audio frequency response: 20 Hz-20 Khz with a 3dB per octave roll-off beginning at 14 kHz
Radio Bands
UNII 1: (4 channels) 5.15 to 5.25 GHz: These are available as 2 bonded channels
UNII 3: (4 channels) 5.725 to 5.825 GHz: These are available as 2 bonded channels
ISM (11 channels) 2.412 to 2.462GHz (requires firmware upgrade)
Extension Distances
Wired Distance Wired distance limitations conform to Ethernet standards for a single subnet (no routing)
Wireless Distance Up to 300 ft (90 m) line of sight and 150 ft (45 m) through interior (gypsum) walls