Binary, SnapAV’s media distribution brand, has released a new HDMI over IP solution. Binary’s 900 Series Media over IP (MoIP) system delivers 4K UHD content with HDR support from countless sources to countless displays, according to the company.
MoIP includes a B-900 transmitter, receiver, and controller, making it infinitely scalable and able to be used in both commercial and residential settings. MoIP features a focused lineup of three SKUs for simplicity. The Binary solution reduces the network complexity and know-how required from most AV distribution systems, requiring only a Layer 2 PoE switch (such as the Araknis 210 or 310 Series).
OvrC, SnapAV’s remote management platform, helps quicken initial setup by auto-discovering the controller. Plus it provides troubleshooting tools after a dealer leaves the job, like real-time video screenshots.
Traditional matrix switchers have limited inputs, but Binary MoIP allows dealers to fit, scale, and upgrade the solution to their client’s specific needs. And while matrix switchers force dealers to downgrade all source content to the lowest video quality that works, MoIP encodes the best video possible and then downscales it at displays to support a blended system of 4K, 4K HDR, and 1080p displays.
The system supports three methods for controlling sources and displays, utilizing RS-232 over IP, customizable 2-way IR routing, and CEC. Plus, it includes drivers for today’s most popular control systems, including Control4, Crestron, ELAN, URC, RTI, and more.
For more information, visit snapav.com.