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Kramer Introduces Cobra™ Line of Ultra Long Distance Twisted Pair Products

Cobra ProductsKramer Electronics is pleased to announce the introduction of the Cobra line of ultra long distance twisted pair products that take twisted pair technology to a whole new level. Designed for professional audio/video systems integration and public display/signage markets, the Cobra line provides previously unattainable solutions for long-distance resolution and control. The line includes four transmitters, four receivers, two matrix switchers and one distribution amplifier

The Cobra family of products offers one of the industry’s highest video resolution and distance capabilities to date: 1920 x 1200 up to 1300 feet. The products also feature bi-directional RS-232 for two-way communication and control.

Four new Cobra transmitters support video signals from composite to RGBHV. Each adds audio and/or control features that will enable customers to choose the transmitter appropriate to the signals they wish to send. The four new receivers in the Cobra line also support video from composite to RGBHV, stereo audio and control choices, beginning with the top-of-the-line unit featuring maximum resolution at a remarkable distance. The Cobra receivers feature Kramer’s Tru-Sync™ processing, which allows the receiver to sample the sync at the source and recreate it perfectly at the destination, rather than sending the sync signal down a long cable, as in a traditional twisted pair transmission. The technology results in more stable images with less noise and distortion over long distances.

Two new Cobra full matrix twisted pair switchers and a twisted pair distribution amplifier complete the line-up. The Cobra MX-88 (8×8 matrix switcher) and MX-1616 (16×16 matrix switcher) and the Cobra DA-9 1×9 DA require input from a Cobra transmitter, and the units support the video, stereo audio and RS-232 signals from any of the Cobra transmitters and receivers. The switchers offer both front panel and RS-232 serial control.

The Cobra family of products is available through Kramer sales companies worldwide. For additional information, please visit us on the web site at www.kramermatrix.com .

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