HDMI Powerline Solutions
Wireless HDMI Powerline Solutions are ideal for homes and small businesses where cabling is troublesome and the need for uncompressed Full HD is paramount. The transmitter features a HDMI through pass which is ideal in a domestic environment, pub or club and where 3 other TVs require a signal. For domestic applications, this is ideal where the transmitter is usually located in the lounge and the receiver in a bedroom.
Whilst a Full HD transmission is the ideal choice for many applications, for commercial applications it is important to take into account latency. The main screen is connected to a HDMI bridge-splitter internally within the transmitter (features HDMI In and a HDMI out connections) so it receives near instantaneous picture and sound from compression decoders based within the source player (your source player may well be a Satellite Receiver or DTV,/DVD Player). But because the signal is then internally encoded for Powerline transmission to the receivers it can cause a latency (delay) of up to 1 second.
Powerline technology is now the most proven and most popular means of distributing HDMI signals throughout the home. It is easy to set up and with built in remote relay circuitry controlling the source player from any of the receiving locations is straight-forward. DigiSender Powerline Technology will not disappoint.
In applications where latency is an important issue you should consider the DigiSender Home Hub range or the DigiSender Fibre Optic series. Latency is often a critical issue in Multiple Stage Screen Productions, Theater Productions, Outdoor Live Events, Signage Displays and similar locations where all screens must display their source instantaneously and in a time critical environment.
Where distribution is required across separate buildings other more hazardous safety issues become paramount when cable is used. Because many outbuildings are fed from different power distribution outlets a hazardous potential difference can occur at each ends of the copper cable. In these installations it is essential to use long range wireless or Fibre Optic. These two options avoid potential hazardous situations arising where long cables between buildings create a high potential difference due to RFI or differences in power phase supplies to the buildings. Fibre Optic solutions offer zero latency and a copper-free installation with extremely high RF immunity and ongoing system integrity.