Open–standard low latency AVoIP 4K@60Hz streaming decoder with audio

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  • Open–standard low latency AVoIP 4K@60Hz streaming decoder with audio
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KDS−100DEC decoder is an advanced receiver for streamed 4K@60Hz video signals via Ethernet over copper or fiber cables. It also decodes the RS−232 or CEC signals transmitted over IP network from the encoder. The KDS−100DEC decoder USB devices are remotely connected to a host USB on the KDS−100EN encoder.

  • Robust Solution for Large–Scale Installations — Provides an optimized solution for large Education and Enterprise campuses, as well as Defense and Homeland Security Facilities, with support for numerous simultaneous video flows and built–in advanced management capabilities.
  • Highly Scalable — The KDS–100 line supports up to 1000 video sources, suited for large–scale installations.
  • Built–in Resilient Security Features — Preserves the integrity, availability and confidentiality of the IT network via a highly secured and resilient AVoIP solution.
    KDS–100 devices comply with IT security requirements, including 802.1x and HTTPS/TLS.
  • Simple Planning and Rollout — KDS–100 is highly bandwidth–efficient, thus enabling cost–efficient hybrid use of the existing 1GE IT network. There is no need to deal with complex IP packets prioritization or switching settings. Offering easy management, high reliability, and adjustable bandwidth control, KDS–100 is extremely cost–effective to maintain over the long term.
  • Alternative Sources/Destinations — An HDMI loop–through port on the encoder side and an HDMI input port on the decoder, as well as embedding and de–embedding analog audio to the IP stream.


  • Real–time essential installations such as command and control rooms.
  • Large–scale AV content sharing installations using existing wires and infrastructure in corporate offices and government applications.
  • AV distribution systems with one or more sources and many displays in schools, universities, and public venues.
  • For AV installations where low latency KM/KVM capabilities are required.

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