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This icon needs to be broken into a couple explanations, 4K refers to the native resolution of 4K, as described in the icon above. 60Hz refers to the how many frames are shown per second. There are many frame rates, but most common are 24, 25, 30, 50, and 60. The higher the frame rate, the more data. As an example, HDMI 1.4 could handle Ultra HD/4K with 4:4:4 24Hz, as the bitrate 8.91 gigabits/second (Gbps). The same signal at 60Hz comes in at 17.2 Gbps.

4:4:4 refers to the colour compression scheme, called chroma subsampling. Without getting too detailed 4:4:4 means there is no colour compression, thus providing pristine colour accuracy.  Other options are 4:2:0 and 4:2:2 colour compression. For more information on chroma subsampling, head over to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chroma_subsampling

18 Gbps is based on the HDMI 2.0 standard, which was released in 2013. This means that the cable is capable of handling 18 billion bits per second.

HDBaseT™ is a proprietary format of transporting uncompressed HD and UHD video over ethernet. Founded by Valens, HDBaseT™ enables ease of distributing HD and UHD quality video throughout a residence via existing or new ethernet cables within the home.

HDR stands for High Dynamic Range. HDR is a newer advancement in television which enables displays to show a greater range between the black and white levels on a display (called dynamic range). The greater the dynamic range, the more detail one can see in an image. There are various versions of HDR and each one has its pros and cons. The most common forms are HDR10, HDR10+, DolbyVision

High Bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) is the latest version of copyright protection, which is embedded in HDMI and DisplayPort. HDCP 2.2 was released in 2015 and is backwards compatible. Devices requiring HDCP 2.2 must have 2.2 compliant devices from source all the way to the device.

  • Product outline

    • Supports CATx UTP/FTP/STP cable
    • 4K UHD to 40m, 1080/60 to 70m
    • Supports HDMI 1.4 UHD60 8-bit 4:2:0
    • Supports HDMI 1.4 UHD30 up to 12-bit 4:2:2, & 8-bit 4:4:4/sRGB
    • HDCP 2.2 compatible
    • HDBaseT Certified
    • HDBaseT Lite VS010 architecture
    • IR & RS232 Control

PLX-HDB.2 Ultra-thin HDBaseT™ Extender

The Ultra-thin Kordz PLX-HDB.2 HDBaseT™ extender set is engineered to deliver 4K HDMI IR, RS-232 over a single CAT6 cable. Tested and HDBaseT certified for long length AV connectivity up to 40m 4K60UHD / 70m 1080p and suitable for commercial and residential applications. Kordz PLX Series Ultra-thin HDBaseT™ Extender Set transmits reliable ultra-high-definition video with a single, long distance cable.

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