Receiver | HDBiTT Matrix HDMI IP Extender over Network Switches with Infrared | Up to 99 Sources 99xN | Unlimited Displays
Note that this is the Receiver ONLY and must be used with Transmitters as below. You can use 16 Transmitters and Unlimited Receivers depending on your network size:
- HDMI source devices (computer graphics card, Playstation, HD or CCTV Monitoring equipment, Broadcasting station via HDMI, DSTV Explora etc) – Up to 99 Devices (Needs 99 Transmitters)
- Displays or projectors with HDMI port (Unlimited Displays supported depending on your network size)
- 100Mbit/s minimum Ethernet LAN switch with IGMP and IGMP snooping functions.
- UTP/STP cat5e/6 cable (STP Recommended)
IP Address Settings
Defaults are 192.168.1.239 for TX (Transmitters) and 192.168.1.231 for RX (Receivers). For initial setup your needs to determine which IP addresses you want to assign as dedicated IP addresses to the units. This range should be excluded from DHCP Scope on your router if a Internet Router is connected to the same switch, if no router connected to the same switch as units then DHCP assigned duplicate addresses will not be an issue.
To do the intial setup download the app below for Windows – http://www.hdbitt.com/download-matrix/HDbitT_E-Matrix_Control.rar or at https://www.hdcabling.co.za/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/software/HDbitT_E-Matrix_Control.rar
Your PC / Laptop IP where the setup is being done from should connect to the same network switch and need to be on the 192.168.1.x subnet to ensure you can communicate to 192.168.1.x devices e.g assign 192.168.1.50 or any .x last digit between 10 and 230 to PC as example with a subnet mask of 255.255.255.0.
Android and other operating system apps at http://www.hdbitt.com/download-matrix/. Extract the .rar file
For TX choose IP Ranges that is excluded from DHCP Router addresses if router on Network – Example of 2 TX units below
- TX 1 : 192.168.1.240
- TX 2 : 192.168.1.241
For RX Choose IP Ranges that is excluded from DHCP Router addresses if router on Network – Example of 4 RX units below
- RX 1 : 192.168.1.245
- RX 2 : 192.168.1.246
- RX 3 : 192.168.1.247
- RX 4 : 192.168.1.248
After Launching the HDbitT_E-Matrix_Control.exe app click “Start Scan”. Easiest is to configure 1 x TX and 1 x RX on unique IP addresses before adding other TX and RX to the network, example below
Click TX_Setup and Assign IP Addresses manually from example range above – for TX Units per Unit – UNTICK DHCP
Click RX_Setup and Assign IP Addresses manually – for RX Units per Unit – UNTICK DHCP
- Power supply – DC5V/1A
- Support input resolution – 480i@60Hz, 480p@60Hz, 576i@50Hz, 576p@50Hz, 720p@50/60Hz, 1080i@50/60Hz, 1080p@50/60Hz
- Support output resolution – 480p@60Hz, 576p@50Hz, 720p@50/60Hz, 1080p@50/60Hz
- HDBiTT Lossless Compression
- Network cable – UTP/STP Cat5e/Cat6
- LAN switch – Support network management function and IGMP/IGMP snooping. Support local area network bandwidth minimum 100Mbit/s
- IR Remote Control – Support 20-60KHz carrier frequency IR signal
- Power consumption – Sender: 3W Receiver: 3W
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
- Do not mix up transmitter TX and receiver RX before installation.
- Do not mix up IR blaster extension cable and IR receiver extension cable before installation.
- Do not plug and unplug IR blaster extension cable and IR receiver extension cable with power on.
- Use Supplied DC5V power supply only. Please make sure specification matched if using adapters not supplied by us.
- DC 5V 1amp
- IR eye (near Display Devices)
- User Manual
Group Choosing | Choosing which source must output to which display
1.Button usage instructions
- Short press: Press to set IGMP Display group e.g if Transmitter on Selection 1 and a Receiver on selection 1 then the HDTV / Projector on receiver will display Source 1. Product switches automatically to the corresponding display group after pressed.
- Long press:Press and keep 3 seconds to reset the product, only for software.It will not restore system specification to factory setting.
2.Front display Selection
- When Receiver and Transmitter display is the same value, it builds corresponding IGMP Display groups. Receiver will output the same signal with the matched Transmitter. One RX can support 99 TX source signals at the most.
The Switches below are commonly used with these Matrix Extenders
Wireless Transmission of HDMI over LONG Ranges
This product has been tested with the Wireless Long Range Beams and HDMI over Powerline Devices below for long ranges via Home or Office Powerlines or Wireless Outdoor Installations. Range on Outdoor Installation will depend on line of site and has been tested up to 1km.