HHD264-R

HDMI Distribution & Switching over LAN (Receiver)

  • Dynamically assign the source displayed at each Receiver
  • Send up to 64 different HDMI sources to over 250 displays
  • Extends IR and RS-232 for control
  • Free Windows PC Manager Tool software (for system-wide control)
  • Visually lossless H.264 compression for a crisp 1080p 60Hz video
  • Sender provides HDMI loop out for local monitor
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    Description

    ** HHD264-R is discontinued and the FHD264-R is recommended as a substitution for the HHD264-R. **


    The HHD264 is a family of HDMI over LAN Senders (encoders) and Receivers (decoders) that utilize the latest H.264 encoding with
    user definable bit-rates to distribute multiple Full HD video signals on the local area network (LAN) with unparalleled clarity
    and performance. The devices also extend IR control and bi-directional RS-232 communication.

    An important feature of the system is its ability to switch Receivers on the fly to show the video of any Sender on the network
    using Hall Research’s DVM (Dynamic Virtual Matrix™) technology. Switching is accomplished by using:

    • Dip Switches on each device (for easy set-and-forget)
    • Built-in Webpage (WebGUI) in each unit (accessible from any browser)
    • Telnet Commands (ideal for third-party control of switching)
    • Using a PC running Hall Research’s free Manager Tool software.
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    Virtual Matrix (many-to-many) Block Diagram

    Senders and Receivers are available with and without POE capability.

    Model

    Description

    HHD264-S

    HDMI, IR and RS232 over LAN Sender

    HHD264-R

    HDMI, IR and RS232 over LAN Receiver

    HHD264-S-PD

    HDMI, IR and RS232 over LAN Sender PoE powered

    HHD264-R-PD

    HDMI, IR and RS232 over LAN Receiver PoE powered

     

    All devices have a power input connector. The PoE (-PD) versions can still be used with non-PoE routers by plugging in the
    included power supply.The HHD264 systems support several modes of operation: point-to-point (one sender connected to one receiver
    with no LAN infrastructure), point-to-many (one Sender to many receivers like a video splitter), and many-to-many (matrix
    operation). They support CAT5e/6 cable distances of up to120 meters (400ft).

    For installations having multiple senders and receivers a dedicated Gigabit (1000 BaseT) network (multi-port router) is
    recommended. The system also works on slower 100 BaseT networks but with fewer sources. The H.264 encoding scheme allows user
    definable bit rates to give users control over bandwidth used for each video stream.

    The HHD264 system applications include digital signage, meeting rooms, classrooms, bus & metro stations, airports, home
    theater, and more.

    Package Contentspackage contents

    (1) Model HHD264 (-S, -R, -S-PD, or -R-PD)
    (1) 5V DC Power Supply with universal plug adapter kit and locking DC connector (-PD versions also include a power supply
    that can be used if no POE is available)

    (1) IR Emitter Cable with Senders
    (1) IR Detector Cable with Receivers
    (1) Set of mounting bracket hardware
    (1) User’s Manual

     

    Powerful built-in WebGUI and free Windows System Manager Tool


    WebGUI

    Features

    • Dynamically assign the source displayed at each Receiver
    • Send up to 64 different HDMI sources to over 250 displays
    • Extends IR and RS-232 for control
    • Free Windows PC Manager Tool software (for system-wide control)
    • Visually lossless H.264 compression for a crisp 1080p 60Hz video
    • Sender provides HDMI loop out for local monitor
    • Supports SD, HD and Full-HD (1080p@60 Hz) resolutions
    • User settable streaming bit rate (2 to 18 Mbps depending on resolution)
    • PoE versions available (no power supply needed)
    • Full Telnet command set for 3rd-party control
    • HDCP compliant
    • Video Scaler in Sender to manage bandwidth
    • Supports point-to-point, point-to-many, and many-to-many configurations
    • Friendly and powerful WebGUI in each unit accessible from any browser
    • Each device can have a user definable name (e.g. Lobby Display, Projector)
    • Includes L-brackets and hardware for surface mounting
    • Includes IR cables
    • PoE powered (-PD versions can be powered via PoE, but also include Power Supply if no PoE ports are available)

    Block Diagram

    Specifications

    ProtocolH.264 encoding
    Input ResolutionVGA or 480p to Full HD 1080P@60

    640x480@60, 800x600@60, 1024x768@60, 1280x1024@60
    1440x900@60, 1680x1050@60, 1360x768@60, 1366x768@60,
    1400x1050@60, 1680x1050@60, 1920x1080@60
    Input Ports1x RJ45
    1x IR
    Output Ports1x HDMI
    RS232 PortTX 1x DB9 Female
    RX 1x DB9 Male
    Baud RateBidirectional, pass thru 2400 - 115200 bps
    AudioHDMI Stereo 2-channel
    Supports LPCM 2, 5.1, 7.1 Channel up to 48 kHZ
    IR Frequency38-56 KHZ pass-thru modulated
    Group IDUp to 64 groups
    Switch / RouterGigabit IGMP and DHCP support
    Operating Temp+32 to +113F (0 to +45℃)
    20-90%, non-condensing
    Power ConsumptionMax. 3 W
    Mounting OptionMounting Brackets (included)
    Dimensions4.72”(120.2mm) W x 3.09”(78.6mm) D x 1.14”(29 mm) H
    Net WeightTX: 0.28KG
    RX:0.28KG

    Downloads

    ManualsDated
    HHD264 Quick Installation guide
    JUNE 24, 2020
    HHD264-R Manual
    JUNE 24, 2020
    SoftwareDated
    Dynamic Virtual Matrix (DVM) Manager V1.3
    JUNE 24, 2020
    Additional DownloadsDated
    HHD264 Mechanical Drawings
    JUNE 24, 2020
    HHD264 Mechanical Drawings
    JUNE 24, 2020
    Video over LAN Ethernet Switch Setup
    JUNE 24, 2020

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