The Atlona AT-UHD-CLSO-824 is an 8x2, 4K/UHD matrix switcher with multi-format signal-handling, Ethernet-enabled 100M HDBaseT™ input/output extension, and advanced audio capabilities.
- Three Ethernet-enabled HDBaseT™ inputs
- Four HDMI inputs
- One multi-function analog video input
- Two Ethernet-enabled HDBaseT outputs, each with a mirrored HDMI output
Presentation Matrix Switcher
The AT-UHD-CLSO-824 brings advanced multi-format matrix switching to the CLSO series of classroom and small office switchers. The mix of inputs supports remote inputs from lecterns and conference room tables via HDBaseT transmission as well as local input sources in the equipment rack. The matrix serves a wide array of room configurations with two HDBaseT video outputs, each featuring a mirrored HDMI port to provide an additional output for a local display or an Atlona Extender Kit.
100-meter HDBaseT Routing
The AT-UHD-CLSO-824 offers three Ethernet-enabled HDBaseT inputs designed to provide system design flexibility. To increase the number of system inputs, designers can choose the HDVS-200 Series of HDBaseT transmitters that offers HDMI and VGA inputs with Ethernet or the HDVS-150 Series that offers HDMI and VGA inputs without Ethernet. The switcher is also compatible with the UHD-EX Series of HDBaseT extenders for HDMI signals with or without control signals (See compatibility chart, next page). Two HDBaseT outputs on the switcher provide extended distance AV signal extension up to 328 feet (100 m). These outputs are Ethernet-enabled to also provide extension of control signals to displays. All HDBaseT inputs and outputs feature industry standard Power over Ethernet to remotely power extender endpoints.
Sophisticated matrixing capabilities within the switcher include a dedicated audio mix-matrix for signals routed to the switcher’s outputs. This gives integrators the ability to mix audio signals from either of the two selected video sources along with both mic/line inputs signals. Audio is de-embedded from the video signal for processing and mixing with the mic/line sources. The resulting audio mix is sent to the balanced line level analog outputs and re-embedded to the digital video outputs.