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DIP-20 4K60 4:2:0 HDMI & VGA Auto Switcher and PoE Provider over HDBaseT

  • Max. Data Rate — 10.2Gbps (3.4Gbps per graphic channel)
  • Resolution Support up to 4K@60 (4:2:0)
  • Automatic Live Input Detection
  • Local Step–In Switching
  • Provides PoE Power
  • Size — MegaTOOLS® — Mount 2 units side–by–side in a 1U rack space with the optional RK–T2B rack adapter.
  • Audio — U/E



DIP−20 is an extended reach 4K@60Hz (4:2:0), HDBaseT transmitter and Step−in commander for VGA video, HDMI, and unbalanced stereo audio embedding and de−embedding. DIP−20 accepts HDMI and VGA video input, an Ethernet signal, serial data, and an unbalanced stereo audio input (that is embedded into the output signal). It transmits the signal to an HDBaseT (twisted pair) cable to a compatible receiver (for example, the TP−588D or TP−580RXR).
DIP−20 is a PoE (Power over Ethernet) provider and can power compatible PoE acceptors (for example, TP−588D).

  •  Max. Data Rate — 10.2Gbps (3.4Gbps per graphic channel).
  •  Max. Resolution — 4K@60Hz (4:2:0) and WUXGA.
  •  HDTV Compatible.
  •  HDCP Compliant — Works with sources that support HDCP repeater mode.
  •  HDMI Support — Deep Color, x.v.Color™ and 3D.
  •  HDBaseT Certified.
  •  Automatic Live Input Detection — Based on video clock presence.
  •  Automatic Input Selection — Based on manual selection or last connected input.
  •  Automatic Analog Audio Detection & Embedding.
  •  I–EDIDPro™ Kramer Intelligent EDID Processing™ — Intelligent EDID handling & processing algorithm ensures Plug and Play operation for HDMI systems.
  •  System Range — Up to 130m (430ft) at normal mode (2K), up to 100m at normal mode (4K); up to 180m (590ft) ultra mode (1080p @60Hz @24bpp) when using BC–UNIKAT cables.
  •  Data Equalization and Reclocking.
  •  Local Balanced Audio De–Embedding.
  •  Support for Digital Audio Formats.
  •  Lockable EDID.
  •  Local Step–In Switching — Button & contact closure.
  •  Power Supply — Supports PoE to power a remote receiver (such as TP–588D). Requires independent power supply.


  •  Display systems requiring simple, automatic input selection
  •  Multimedia and presentation source selection
  •  Video distribution in hotel rooms and schools