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The ATEN VS1504 Cat 5 Audio/Video Splitter is a cost-effective and efficient way to send high quality audio and video content to multiple displays up to 150 m (500 ft) away from a single input source. Cascadable to three levels, the VS1504 can support thousands of displays when combined in an installation with ATEN repeaters. Incorporating RS-232 connectivity so serial devices such as touchscreens can be included in the installation, the VS1504 is ideal for any installation that requires multimedia content to be delivered to multiple destinations.
Ideal for: • In-store or tradeshow digital signage • Broadcasting information to public locations • Sporting events • Theater and lecture overview rooms • Classroom and company training facilities Features
• One video input to 4 video outputs • Cascadable to three levels - provides up to thousands of video signals when combined in an installation with ATEN repeaters/extenders* • Audio and serial enabled • Uses Cat 5e (or higher) cable to extend displays up to 150 m • High quality video - supports 1920 x 1200 @ 60Hz • Two gain control modes for sharpest picture quality -adjustable by OSD* • Group screens off/on function • Provides two RS-232 channels for selection • Follows VESA FDMI mount standard
*When combined in an installation with ATEN VB552 (VGA Over Cat5 Repeater + Audio) can extend displays up to 450 m. *VE200R can also be combined in an installation with the ATEN's Media Distribution
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