By AV Network Staff On October 14, 2013
Extron Electronics’ new XTP T UWP 302 is a two-input XTP wallplate transmitter
that can connect local source devices at a wall or other locations, including a
lectern or floor box.
Else: This XTP transmitter mounts into a standard three-gang junction box, and
sends HDMI or RGBHV video, audio, and control up to 330 feet (100 meters) over
a single CATx cable. It is HDCP-compliant and supports computer-video to
1920x1200, including HDTV 1080p/60 Deep Color and 2K. The XTP T UWP 302
features automatic switching between inputs with selectable prioritization, and
can be powered over the same CATx cable. The XTP T UWP 302 is designed for use
in XTP Systems for signal distribution and long-distance transmission between
The XTP T
UWP 302 can transmit HDMI with its embedded audio, or alternatively, embed
audio from a separate analog stereo input prior to transmission. The XTP
transmitter features EDID Minder, which is designed to ensure continuous EDID
communication between devices. For transmission of HDMI signals with protected
content, Key Minder authenticates and maintains HDCP encryption to provide
quick and reliable transmission across the XTP System infrastructure.
Matters: "This wallplate transmitter for XTP Systems enables easy AV
access for guest presenters or when bringing in temporary sources," said
Casey Hall, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Extron. "The XTP T
UWP 302 transmitter offers the flexibility to accept digital or analog signals,
in a discreet wall or furniture installation."