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Model Number: AT-HD4-V110SR

The Atlona AT-HD4-V110SR is an HDMI over single CAT 5/6/7 extender kit designed on HDBaseT technology which allows full 3D support with up to 330ft @ 1080p. It supports Bi-Directional RS-232, Bi-Directional IR, Bi-Directional Ethernet, DTS-HD Master Audio and Dolby TrueHD pass-through. The Atlona AT-HD4-V110SR is a perfect solution for extending any HDMI source such as a Blu-Ray, PS3, Apple TV, Video Codec, Matrix Switcher, or any other from a remote location to your display.


  

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The Atlona AT-HD4-V110SR is an HDMI over single Cat 5/6/7 extender kit designed on HDBaseT technology which allows full 3D support with up to 330ft at 1080p. It supports Bi-Directional RS-232, Bi-Directional IR, Bi-Directional Ethernet, DTS-HD Master Audio and Dolby TrueHD pass-through. The Atlona AT-HD4-V110SR is a perfect solution for extending any HDMI source such as a Blu-Ray, PS3, Apple TV, Video Codec, Matrix Switcher, or any other from a remote location to your display.

Key Features:

  • Extends HDMI transmission up to 330ft (100m) with resolution up to 1080p
  • HDBaseT technology allows full 3D support, Bi-Directional RS-232, Ethernet and IR, plus Digital Audio and Video (1080p) over a single Cat5/6/7
  • Uncompressed 7.1ch digital audio preserved over HDMI to CAT cable transmission
  • DTS-HD Master Audio and Dolby TrueHD high bit rate audio pass-through
  • Ethernet pass-through, perfect for displays with on board applications such as Pandora and Netflix. This feature extends the Ethernet signal from a remote location to another room thus eliminating the need for an additional dedicated cable run.
  • Fully HDCP and EDID compliant
  • Supports all Vesa formats. Utilized with specialized projectors or commercial LCD panels
  • Supports refresh rates: 24Hz, 30Hz, 50Hz, 60Hz
  • Supports Bi-Directional IR: Perfect for use with control manufactures such as Control4 and RTI solutions
  • Supports Bi-Directional RS-232 pass-through: Control solutions such as AMX, Crestron and Control4 benefit from this feature as Video/Audio and RS-232 are extended over a single Cat 5/6/7 cable up to 330ft

Technical Specifications:

  • Transmitter Input: HDMI, Ethernet, IR, RS-232
  • Transmitter Output: Link to Receiver, IR, Ethernet
  • Receiver Input: Link to Transmitter, Ethernet, IR
  • Receiver Output: HDMI, Ethernet, IR, RS-232
  • HDCP/EDID Compliant: Yes
  • Resolution Support: Up to 1080p
  • Supports all Vesa formats
  • Deep Color Support: 48bit up to 330ft
  • Extends HDMI transmission up to 330ft with resolution up to 1080p
  • Full 3D support: Yes all 7 formats
  • Supports Bi-Directional IR
  • Audio pass-through: Up to Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio
  • Dimensions: 5.98 x 4.13 x 1.22 (L x W x H) 151.8 x 104.9 x 30.9mm
  • Weight: 2.1lbs (transmitter and receiver) 0.95kg
  • Power Supply: 2 x 5V 4A DC  (universal 110/220v) Locking type

Package Includes:

  • 1 x AT-HD4-V110SR transmitter/receiver kit
  • 2 x 5v/4a DC (universal 110/220v) Locking type
  • 1 x set of rack mount brackets
  • 1 x emitter sensor
  • 1 x receiver sensor
  • 1 x instruction manual

Warranty:

  • 3 year parts and labor

DISCONTINUED ITEM

This product has been discontinued and replaced with AT-HDTX-RSNET, AT-HDRX-RSNET

Do NON UTP Switchers Get a New Lease on Life?

By Dan Tye, Technical Sales and Support Manager, Atlona

This question is one that Atlona has been asking for the last two years. As the world of residential and commercial installation has migrated towards native UTP HDMI switchers, it seemed as though the "local HDMI" switcher was on its way out. Surely, with the ranges required to reach destination displays in most environments today, these switches would be relegated to the Smithsonian with 8 track tapes and 8mm cameras. They have to be, right? These questions weighed heavily on Atlona's mind as they contemplated whether or not to replace their previous generation HDMI switchers, the AT-HD-V44 and AT-HD-V88. Based on the amount of UTP matrix switchers flooding the market, and the future of HDMI output only matrix switchers seemed to be in serious doubt. While these native HDMI switchers were at a lower price point than their UTP counterparts; their limited range, as far as an HDMI cable, made them less desireable for larger residential or commercial integration.

What Atlona found when sourcing feedback from their dealers and distributors is that integrators had started using them with HDMI extenders to offer similar functionality as a UTP switch. As late as last year, this proved extremely problematic. We all know the inherent, well, fickleness of HDMI. Many installers consider HDMI to be a four letter word, even with the analog sunset looming. Some of the installers found out the hard way that these early HDMI switchers didn't include any EDID management. This proved to be a critical issue in the field, as the different EDID files from multiple displays used in these residential installs would often conflict when switched through the matrix. This would lead to having thedesired range with no picture and incorrect sound formats being passed. The secondary issue was the difference in robustness of the HDMI vs. UTP matrix switchers. There seemed to be, in the spirit of reducing cost, a significant difference between the details and features between these two types of switchers. Power issues coupled with EDID problems caused more than one installer to lose all the revenue built in a job due to time spent troubleshooting. This frustration led to many installers to dismiss the use of HDMI switchers and just "bite the bullet" and try to upsell their clients on full UTP solutions. This led to an uncomfortable situation for a lot of installers. They now had to sell a solution well in excess of what their customers needed and increased the overall system cost they felt comfortable supporting.

So what is an installer to do? Until recently, installers were forced to sell so called "binary" systems. These matrix switchers looked for some time to be the best solution for the installer's woes. Featuring both HDMI & UTP outputs, with EDID support they appeared to be poised to save the day. After all, they're less expensive than comparable full UTP solutions and deal with that pesky EDID issue. The flaw in this type of product is that you're still paying more than for a native HDMI switcher, with sender and receiver baluns included. These products also include additional capacity that you don't need because of these "binary" ports. The good news is, there is a solution!
Recently Atlona has released two new native HDMI switchers. The AT-H2H- 44M and AT-H2H-88M are one of the first full featured family of HDMI switchers released on the market. What do I mean by full featured you might ask? I am referring to true EDID management! That's right. One of the most critical issues in matrix HDMI installs has been addressed in this product family. In fact, Atlona included the same EDID management system that is featured on their HDBaseT AT-PRO2HD88M matrix switcher. Additionally, these units have had power issues addressed by moving to a 24V power system with earth grounds. This is extremely important as several of Atlona's competitors use 12V power with floating grounds. This can lead to unreliable power situations, which if you're called to troubleshoot, can quickly eat away at your built-in labor dollars.

You might be saying, "That's great, but I'm still limited to HDMI cables out of the switch for consistent reliability."
Not so in the case of these Atlona units. Knowing that installers sometimes need additional range and flexibility within their switching environment, Atlona has extensively tested these new switchers with their full family of extender products. This testing has revealed compatibility with previous generation chipsets as well as HDBaseT and HDBaseT Lite technology. In testing, Atlona not only tested the output of local sources through the extenders, they tested extending sources that were themselves routed to the matrix through extenders. What this means is that you can have a Blu-Ray player 330ft away from the Matrix switch, which then sends it's signal another 330ft to the local display, for a total of 660ft. With this new level of flexibility, installers have even more tools in their arsenal to adapt to innumerable installation environments.
With the ability to only supply extender pairs on the ports that have to have them, installers are now able to offer a reliable solution to their customers that will be as attractive financially, as they are easy to install.

As an example, the Atlona ATH2H-88M at its MSRP price of $2,999.99 + 8 extender sets totals at $4,839.91. This is $1,159 less than the next closest binary competitor which doesn't include receivers! These competitors might think it's a SNAP to sell their solutions however Atlona knows that installers will see the extreme value associated with this new family of Matrix Switches. Don't let an HDMI matrix switch be a KEY failure in your system design or installation. Atlona will keep you out of the STORM and give you the tools you need to get the job done right the first time. Coupled with Atlona's 3 year warranty and Atlona Advantage program, this is a great way for installers to offer their customers a full featured solution without having to break the bank. When you need solutions that work, trust Atlona, your complete integration partner.

Testing Equipment Used

AT-H2H-88M AT-HD4-V110SR extender Windows 7 PC (HDMI out)
AT-HD4-SI40SR extender Sony Blu-Ray AT-DIS7-PROHD
AT-HD4-V40SRS extender Apple TV (2nd Gen) Sony Bravia 46" LEDTV
 Manual

  Why I have no video output when connecting V110SR with Scientific Atlanta Cable box?
  Untitled Document

If the symptom is No video output and on the display you observethe following message: “HDCP error…switch to component”, please refer to our Field Notification document on our partner login support page under reference FN_03222013_HDBaseT for more details. In sort, you have two options. You can contact the cable service provider for a newer model of Scientific Atlanta cable box that supports clock stretching (HDMI 1.3 and higher) or you can contact Atlona technical support for alternative work around.


  Why are my extenders not working from the HDMI output of my Pioneer AV receiver?
  Your Pioneer AVR may need to have its firmware updated to function with an HDBaseT device. Over the air or automatic updates may not update your Pioneer unit properly. Please contact your AVR manufacturer to receive the proper firmware update.

  Why is the link light on my extender flashing and giving an intermittent image?
  Please check the correct termination of the CAT cable or it might be out of specification (too long, stranded type). Having a solid link light means you have a proper connection between the transmitter and receiver.

  I am trying to use IR control through the extender by making a direct connection out of my control systems’ processor. Why is it not working?
  You will need to use our cable designed to make a direct connection (AT-BO-HD4V110-1MIR) or you will need to make sure the IR receiver from Atlona needs to be taped together with Control system’s emitter for the IR signal to pass.

  Why I can’t control my Display using RS-232?
  You must make sure that you use straight through RS-232 cable going into the receiver.

AT-HD4-V110SR Firmware

Download Firmware version 30.20.5
File Size 1355 KB
Date 03.06.14

Update 30.20.5 Includes

  • Fixed a hot plug event issue where some displays being turned on/coming out of sleep mode would not trigger a hot plug event with the source