Just Add Power Pushes Video Distribution Limits With Ultra-Low Latency J+P’s 3G Ultra HD Over IP Series Achieves 16-ms Video Latency, Adding Further Value to the Scalable Video Distribution SystemBy RS Staff Published: April 24, 2018 ⋅ Updated: April 15, 2019 Just Add Power (J+P), says that its 3G Ultra HD Over IP series of solutions now deliver Ultra HD video signals over IP with an ultra-low 16 ms of latency from source to screen. Leveraging a common IP infrastructure, J+P’s devices allow integrators to choose the model that best meet their clients’ hardware and budget requirements. “We recognize that integrators have a lot of options when it comes to latency and making the best decision to support 4K installations,” said Taft Stricklin, sales team manager at Just Add Power. “We strive to educate our customers about the technology and be totally transparent in our solutions. While it’s impossible for any video distribution system to achieve zero latency, J+P stands by our impressive 16-millisecond latency. It’s so low, it’s undetectable to the human eye. This meets end users’ expectation of high-quality video and expands the value of our 3G Ultra HD Over IP platform.” [Severtson’s (ALR) Projection Screens Now Shipping] Widely deployed in ballparks, arenas, command centers, and many other 4K installations, J+P’s 3G Ultra HD over IP solutions are designed for any size UHD distribution and matrixing application. Entirely made in the U.S., the non-OEM solutions are designed to remove the limitations and expense of traditional matrixes and replace them with a more scalable, flexible, and reliable approach. The J+P design maximizes functionality by using a common IP infrastructure while minimizing costs so that video distribution technology is accessible to customers who don’t want to—and often can’t—pay the exorbitant cost of systems that deliver the same or less quality. Using standard PoE, J+P solutions consume a maximum of 10 watts per device, decreasing power consumption by 30 percent and eliminating the cost of proprietary PoE injectors. They use standard network protocols (telnet, TCP/IP, UDP and multicast) and are built to work with off-the-shelf gigabit switches. Operating from an isolated, firewall-protected VLAN that has no access to other corporate databases, information, and servers, the device don’t require additional security measures.